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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.
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
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
Easy and Durable
Purchased this winch to replace my old one. Went on in 5 minutes easily. The Power-Grip Handle is nice for cranking the boat down tight to the trailer. So far it has performed as I expected. No complaints. Used frequently in the past month.
June 22, 2011
Awesome for my boat
Purchased this wench for my 16 foot aluminum Duracraft wide body jon boat. The boat leaps up the trailer now. Wench was easy to install and is heavy duty. Perhaps a bit overkill for my boat, but it will git er done!
May 6, 2011
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.
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.
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
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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