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TRAC Outdoor Anchor Winch - Big Water

   

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This TRAC Big Water Anchor Winch is designed for anchors up to 45 lbs. and is suitable for larger boats or where excessive winds require heavier anchors. Panel switch mounts easily on the winch case. Anti-reverse with an internal clutch to prevent free spooling. Retrieve rate: 70' per minute. The TRAC Big Water Winch operates with Power UP and free fall down. Pressing the switch UP, allows the anchor winch to raise the anchor. When the switch is pressed DOWN, the anchor free falls into the water allowing the winch to continue to let out rope until the anchor begins to hold. Pressing the switch UP will lock the winch spool again. Includes 100' of 3/16'' nylon anchor line. Overall dimensions: 10.1'' x 8.3'' x 6.5''; davit dimensions: 6'' x 3.5'' x 5''. Manufacturer's 2 year warranty.

  • For anchors up to 45 lbs.
  • Mount panel switch on the winch case
  • Anti-reverse with an internal clutch
  • Manufacturer's 2 year warranty


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TRAC Outdoor Anchor Winch - Big Water 2.9 5 12 12
great product I have one of these on the front of my boat for 6 years and it works great. I had the stainless steel manual anchormates that had the davit that held the anchor up right it is spring loaded. I also had to raise the motor so it would be level to the davit also had to center the line on the spool and mount it accordingly. I just wonder about all the problems listed if everything was done to the installation sheet and followed exactly. I know several people with the minn kotas that have to replace the plastic gears in them all the time. This winch has all steel gears. I am going to purchase 2 more. June 4, 2011
Terrible mistake I bought two of these for my pontoon boat refurbishment project and unfortunately didn't install or use them before the return period had expired. Impossible to install without drilling out the cover screws. i(mpact driver didn't work for me either.) Both winches went up and down fine unless an anchor was attached, then only went down acceptably. Cheap e-ring on mainshaft comes loose and locks up the winch, I have tried a lot of ways to improve this but none have worked. I'll sell em both cheap. May 10, 2009
Big Water- Big Letdown First time in use (2ea) one anchor would not freefall and the other gets stuck in freefall mode and won't engage the gearing to raise it..... Fixed the last problem with a little lubrication, but the non-freefall anchor is annoying. If in wind or current and with this anchor taking 1-2 minutes to reach the bottom, it's a miracle if you can get the darn thing set before you drift or get blown past the structure you want to fish..... the freefall feature is why I bought these. So, to rate the debut and maiden voyage of these little junkers, I must say that you will be better served, with less hassle, using a concrete block and a long length of soft rope to anchor the boat!!! I'm not a very happy consumer of this product right now, as this winch will not deliver it's advertised features as stated by the manufacturer. August 1, 2009
Tough installation The instructions refer to a template for marking the mounting holes for the winch. It was not included. My only option was to remove the cover in order to mark the holes (the cover had to be removed to install the mounting bolts any way). The 10/32 phillips headed screws securing the cover would not bulge. I resorted to an impact screwdriver with no success. I finally used a cut-off grinder to grind and thereby heat the screws enough to melt through the plastic cover. After spreading the cover enough to clear the screws and removing it I was able to grab the screw heads with vice grips and remove them. They appeared to have some kind of thread lock on them although the residue that came out looked more like rust. If the panel switch is moved to an alternate location, the winch cover is left with a 2-1/4" high and 1-1/4" wide opening for which there is no cover supplied. Once installed it performs as advertised except it sometimes required several "UP" bumps on the control to lock the line after free falling to the bottom. August 10, 2008
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This TRAC Big Water Anchor Winch is designed for anchors up to 45 lbs. and is suitable for larger boats or where excessive winds require heavier anchors.
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I fish Roosevelt Lake in AZ, and the lake has a rather unpredictable weather pattern all its own. Very windy, and it can get some pretty good whitecaps and swells rolling. Normally, I have to head in because I can't trust trying to retrieve the anchor.(s) by hand. The 1988 pontoon boat is completely enclosed with roughly a 2' high panel and railing. The front opening is taken up by the trolling motor. Not like today's where the panel sits recessed on the floor, leaving enough spacer to mount one of these systems. That being said, where could I mount this product or any anchor retriever?
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The Overall dimensions: 10.1'' x 8.3'' x 6.5''; davit dimensions: 6'' x 3.5'' x 5''. Therefore, if the size fits it would work with your boat. Thanks
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I'd like to mount it upside down under the bow of my pontoon. The bow rides quite high but in heavy water will result in direct wave splash.
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The anchor winch can be installed on the fore (front) or the aft (rear) of the boat. It is important that the anchor roller line up with the centerline of the rope spool for proper operation. Instructions: http://site.trac-outdoor.net/TRAC_Big_Water_Anchor_Winch.pdf. Thanks
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What kind of maintenance should be done on this anchor winch, pre-winter and in Spring?
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i do nothing to mine. when i installed i brushed a light coat of marine grease on the gears and put a little on the screws that holds the cover on
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the spoool that holds the rope has snapped in half- how can i order a part?
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Please contact Trac Outdoors for parts by calling 1-615-309-8123.
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Please contact Trac Outdoors by calling 1-615-309-8123.
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Yes, it is ok for Saltwater.

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