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Bass Pro Shops® 1400 lb. Trailer Winch

   

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1400 lbs.
  • 1400 lb capacity  
  • 4-to-1 gear ratio
  • 2-way ratchet and a Power-Grip handle  
  • Rust-resistant finish   
Get your boat on and off the trailer without hassle with this Bass Pro Shops 1400 lb. Trailer Winch. Offering a 1400 lb capacity and 4- to-1 gear ratio, this Trailer Winch features a 2-way ratchet and a Power-Grip handle for convenience and ease of use. Solid gear construction and rust-resistant finish means this winch will be with your trailer for years. Includes 20' winch strap and hook.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Way too cheap My old winch lasted 8 years of frequent use but the handle was starting to get loose. The teeth were showing some wear so I decided to retire it before it fails at the launch on a windy day. Got this wench and looked it over for fit and it looked like a decent replacement. Install was a breeze. Cranking action felt good and the handle length was the same as my old winch so no worries about dragging knuckles on the hull. Connected the strap to the boat and went to tightening. I cranked and watched the strap rotate and compress and was certain it would get stiff any minute. Nope. The strap anchor bolt is a cheesy 1/4" bolt and it went from assumed straight to a gnarly curve shape. I figured I could drill out the hole and go with a 3/8" bolt later but wanted to go fishing. When I went to drag the boat the last inch to rest on the chin post, the bolt kept bending as expected but the friggin' handle started to bend as well. I'm done with this winch and will go with another brand. Might be good for pulling a jet ski but that's about it. June 14, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by easy install Winch was easy to install and align with the elongated bolt slots. The winch handle provides good leverage. The ratchet gear cam required a little grinding on the outer edge for it to clear one of the mounting bolt heads in order for it to pivot freely--dremel tool made it an easy task. The strap holder bolt has already bent-and that was just with tightening down the strap. Fortunately, I have a drive on trailer--not sure if the bolt could handle completely winching a boat up onto a trailer. I'm sure I will have to replace the bolt with a larger one (which may require some drilling). March 15, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Do not buy this winch The latch on the 1400 # failed. The winch would come loose after hitting one bump on the road. Do not buy this or the 1200# or smaller winches. They have an inferior retainer spring attached to the release lever.It will not hold the latch down. Go to the store and see what I am talking about. Bass Pro gave me a full refund in the way of a gift card. I will not buy this winch again. The 1600# and higher have a better looking lever spring, but they were out of stock in the store today. I may try one of these. November 8, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not great Bought this product a couple years back and it went bad already. The teeth off the main gear snapped off in severl places. Would advise spending the extra $ for 2000 pound model with double gears. I have an 18' bass boat. July 27, 2011
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I don't want to be sewing straps to replace them.
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Strap anchors with a through bolt and should be a breeze to replace if the anchor bolt isn't bent
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The strap is held in place by a bolt that passes through the loop in the winch end of strap.
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The strap is attached through a bolt and is easy to replace. Here is a video found online that should help you in replacing the strap, although this is not the same winch the set up is the same: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei4jvLzZJgw. Thanks
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5.5 x 3.5 inches
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Yup. It has elongated holes for a fit to pretty much any professional trailer. If your rig is a yard project, it might fit that too since winch attachment is pretty standard.
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Holes not universal on my trailer. Had to drill one hole. Looks like it would easily mount on any trailer.
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worked on my trailer, no problem. Holes lined up perfectly.
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Depends but if it doesn't match up to what you have, then you should only have to drill a couple holes to bolt it on. I actually moved the position on mine so I had to drill 4 holes and it only took about 10 minutes.
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No. You will more than likely have to fabricate a bracket. I did it with not much work...the cable needs to come out in as straight a line as possible.
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Will this winch will handle my 27 foot 6,400lb boat
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Not at all. You'll bend the strap anchor bolt for sure and the handle might bend too. This winch really seems to have been rated too high for the materials used in construction.
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You may be asking a bit much of it to pull a 6400lb boat. I think it would probably do it, but I would question durability.
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You're probably asking too much of the smaller one! But the difference in cost is not, in my opinion that much.
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If your boat weighs more than the load pulling weight of this winch (1400 lbs. ) i would use a larger two speed type winch, or even, more honestly, use an electric winch, with power in and out. If you cannot find one here at BPS, try west marine.
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I dont think so. My boat is right around 1800 and 19 long. Its about right for it.
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probably will but I would go to the next one up
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Yes and it isn't a bad strap or hook assembly.
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Yes, the Strap, Hook, and Hardware for attaching are included.
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High quality strap included and pre-spooled on wench.
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Yes, it's one of the reasons I ordered it.
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yes, the strap and hook are included with the winch.
3 years, 11 months ago
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Yes, WITH 20' STRAP AND HOOK
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Doubtful at best.
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Works fine on my 17ft pro craft with 115.
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It should do the trick. If boat is over a ton though, durability might be a question.
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In my opinion, yes.
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My boat is also a 115 and 19 long, and it works really well for it.
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will work with no problem
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absolutely not. I have it on a 16ft lund with a 40HP and i cringe every time i pull my boat up. I will be replacing.
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your item # 38-510-466-00 is described as a two way ratchet. Does this mean you can move the handle back and forth like you would a scocket wrench? Does it mean you can ratchet the strap in or out but the handle must travel 360 degrees for either way of travel
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I think it means "it clicks both ways". When wenching boat onto trailer, wench clicks and locks to keep boat from sliding down. It will also click when pulling strap out to hook onto boat. This keeps handle from free spinning and "backlashing" the strap. It is a more controlled motion pulling the strap out. Can move lever to middle and pull strap with no resistance also. No great advantage or disadvantage either way.
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Quite simply it means that you can ratchet the winch in either direction, cranking in or cranking out, and there is also a neutral so you can free spool the winch if you like.
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means you can release the tension to off load your boat
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Basically will rachet in both directions. That is, when unwinding the winch strap or when winding the winch strap in. Rachet lever can also be placed in a postion that allows the winch to free wheel.
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