Trac Outdoor Day Runner Saltwater Electric Trailer Winch
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- Wired and wireless remote control
- Utility light
- Auto-resetting circuit breaker and internal over-current protection
- 30' of 7/32" galvanized steel cable and hook
- In-slot carriage bolt mounting system
- Plug-in remote control with 10' cable
- Auxiliary manual hand crank
- Battery cable
- 2-year manufacturer's limited warranty
Suggested for boats up to 20' in length with a rolling weight of up to 7,000 lbs., the Trac Day Runner Saltwater Series Electric Trailer Winch comes with a wireless remote control, a utility light, and 30' of 7/32" galvanized steel cable with hook. Equipped with an in-slot carriage bolt system, a plug-in remote control with 10' cable, and an auxiliary manual hand crank, the Trac Day Runner Saltwater Trailer Winch includes corrosion protection, added UV inhibitors, and stainless steel hardware. An auto resetting circuit breaker and internal over-current protection is also included. A utility light and battery cable to reach the rear of the vehicle are among other features. To install the Day Runner Saltwater Trailer Winch, simply mount in place of the existing winch, plug-in cables and attach to the battery. Maximum pulling weight: 2,500 lbs. Manufacturer's 2-year limited warranty.
Manufacturer model #: T10125.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by Rm2653 poor quality
Purchased the Day Runner Salt water series since it was much less expensive than my old PowerWinch. Remote control was cool but first time out, the gears kept popping in and out when under load and boat would drop back a couple feet each time. Also was missing the cable tensioner. Returned it for the Lite Cruiser, which was more winch than I need but only slightly more expensive. Figured the Chinese might have overrated the Dayrunner's capacity. Pulled cable out to check if it was attached to drum. It wasn't. Attached it properly and turned winch on to respool cable. After about 10 feet with only my gloved hand as resistance, winch began to labor and then stopped completely. Note: all new wiring to truck battery with HD connectors. Old Powerwinch is now back on trailer after cleaning and re-lubricating. Trac winches should be pulled from the shelves of any dealer who doesn't want their reputation ruined.
July 15, 2013
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