Bass Pro Shops® 2000-lb. Dual-Drive Trailer Winch
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- 2000-lb capacity
- One piece solid steel gears and gear paw
- Dual drive eliminates frame torque
- Galvanized finish
- Power Grip handle
This Dual-Drive Trailer Winch by Bass Pro Shops has a 2000-lb. capacity, one-piece solid steel gears and gear pawl. The dual drive feature eliminates frame torque and allows for an even load distribution. The Winch’s galvanized finish ensures toughness. 25' winch strap and stainless steel hook. Power-Grip handle for easy cranking. Universal mounting holes.
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 11
Rated 3 out of 5 by FrankA Not a fan of the strap
The original winch that came on my ProTeam 190TX's trailer used laminated gears. They are garbage. The original was a single gear 1100 pound winch. This one is dual gear 2000 pound capacity. Unfortunately the hook wouldn't go through the eye far enough to allow the safety clip to engage. That and there isn't a second, shorter safety strap like the original had. So I had my wife cut the new hook off the new strap and sew the old hook (and safety strap) on the new strap. I guess I could've swapped the straps but the new one is in better condition.
July 11, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by MontanaJim Quality item
The winch is a well made sturdy boat winch. I love the handle. I have only loaded my boat once, but did experience a litlle torque. However, the torque was much reduced.
April 16, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by 98Basscat poor product quality
I was very dissapointed in the overall poor quality and life of this BPS product. I first tryed the BPS 1,200 # and 1,600 # BPS trailer winches with even worse results. I finally gave up and ordered a Fulton brand trailer winch from Bass Cat which I am very pleased with. It is stronger, built better, and even has a plactic cover over the gears for safety while in use.
July 27, 2008
Rated 2 out of 5 by whalers 3 years of life
I bought this winch a few years ago and it failed me today on the boat ramp. The handle wouldn't turn the winch when I was trying to send out some of the strap to hook up to my boat. Upon further inspection I noticed one of the gear teeth had smashed against another tooth not allowing the gear to turn past that tooth. I had to man handle it and then the winch handle broke off. The hand piece le is hardly attached to the 8 inch handle. This didn't take much strength to break. Unfortunately it's hard to find a good saltwater resistant winch.
November 24, 2007
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