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TRAC Outdoor Lite-Cruiser Electrical Trailer Winch

   

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T10128-C

Load/Capacity:
9900 lbs.
  • $249.99

  • SKU: 1547169

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  • Include 2 Yr Premium Accident Protection Plan

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T10129-S - Strap

Load/Capacity:
9900 lbs.
  • $259.99

  • SKU: 1648174

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  • Remote control operation
  • Built-in light for low- or no-light conditions
  • Smooth running, heat-treated gears
  • Bolts into the same holes as your hand crank winch  
Gone are the days of loading your boat by hand! With TRAC winches, just press the remote control button and watch your boat glide onto the trailer with 6 fpm line speed. The built-in light makes operation in low or no light more user-friendly while the smooth-running, heat-treated gear systems help reduce wear and tear. Bolts into the same holes as your hand crank winch. Requires 12V power. Includes 9'9'' power cord with battery clips plus a 30' 7/32'' steel cable. The Lite-Cruiser includes a wireless remote. Boat length: up to 24'. Rolling boat weight: 9,900 lbs. Pulling capacity: 3,500 lbs. Weight: 24 lbs. Dimensions: 9.5'' x 9.5''  x 8''.

The model T10129-S-Strap includes a 20' strap and hook.
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Trac Outdoor Lite-Cruiser Electrical Trailer Winch The product was purchased to assist in loading a 21' bass boat. The unit looks like it will handle the boat I have not loaded the boat since purchases. For the price the wiring and connector for the tow vehicle should be included. The winch was an easy install it took about 15 minutes to install on the trailer. The tow vehicle wiring took longer about an hour. April 23, 2013
Winch is good value This is the second I have purchased from Bass Pro Shops. I have been very satisfied with the performance of the winches, I have one on a trailer and one on my boat lift. The only negative I can think of is the noise which is common with spur gear winches so is to be expected. The most recent winch has a light which is a nice feature and the wireless remote rocks. Overall, this is an excellent value. May 31, 2012
nice ITS WINTER,8 INCHES OF SNOW OUTSIDE,,,,,,,I DID RECIEVE THIS ITEM AND TEMPERILY HOOKED IT UP FOR A SMALL TEST,,,,HAND CONTROLLER DID NOT WORK,,,CONTACTED TRAC AND THEY VERY QUICKLY SENT ME A NEW HAND CONTROLLER,,THIS ONE WORKED SO I AM PLEASED,,....COME SPRING I WILL FULLY TEST THIS ITEM,. THANKS,JOE January 25, 2011
I love this Trailer Winch I bought the lite -cruiser with the strap It works great I have a small boat I drive it up on the trailer take a boat hook and grab the strap and hook the boat up..step up on the dock and hit the button and I'm gone.....other fishmen just look in wonder...They say boy that is the way to go...I use a battery pack for the power sorces December 30, 2010
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Is it possible to adapt the power wire from the winch to plug into the receptacle for a 12v trolling motor. Thinking the boat could be driven onto the trailer as far as possible, then with a dock hook reach down and grab a loop on the connector from the winch and plug it into the receptacle and use remote control. Boat is Tracker TXW175.
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I think the answer to your question would be YES, you could wire it to your trolling motor plug but I would not recommend it because when you need to use your winch you will need all the amps and volts from your 12V battery to get the boat on the trailer and to make sure you do not burn up the winch from lack of power. Your trolling motor battery after fishing will not be strong enough and safe to do what you ask.
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This is possible, but it is not the intended way to wire.
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Does it come with a strap?

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Yes....there is a cable model as well as a strap model for the Lite-Cruiser version of this winch.
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Yes I ordered mine with a strap and a strap was on the spool . When i received my winch.
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There is a snap hook on the end of the strap that I purchased. I had to make a new safely hook though.
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Yes you can order one with a strap.
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Yes, you can order the one with a strap.
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Yes, item number 38-532-611-00 is equipped with a 20’ strap.
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It works fine on my trailer and it has carpeted bunks.
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it should if your boat does not weigh over 3,200 LBS.
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That is what I have on my trailer and the winch works fine
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yes i had bunks and it worked great no problems at all
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Yes all 3 units of trailer winches by Trac Outdoors work with either rolling or flat bunks as long as they are under the length/weight limits for the particular unit.
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If the electric part of this were to fail (motor goes, wiring problem, battery dies), is there a way to crank it in by hand...as a backup?
3 years, 8 months ago
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Yes, read instructions!
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There is an emergency hand crank included with the winch.
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the winch comes with an emergency crank handle but it is not very durable or long enough and I doubt it would winch in a heavy boat I hope this helps.
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Yes, but the crank handle length is short so it may be had to use. I am in the process of building a better handle.
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Yes there is, but the crank that comes with it looks/feels a little sketchy. I would hate to have to rely on it to get my boat out of the water.
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There are three mounting bolts included with the unit. There is some ability to adjust the mounting bolts to accommodate different trailer winch platform holes. You might possibly have to drill some new mounting holes however.
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the winch bolts in a T formation two at the back and one on the front. . and the winch mounts form the bottom to the winch stand. You need a Flat surface to mount this winch correctly.
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Two bolts on the bottom at the back and one on the front. They are in slots so there is flexibility in placement.
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4 opions to bolt down
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It has a pair of bolts which drop through the holes in the front, and a single, slotted hole which allows you to adjust for the back. Obviously, it depends on which way you are facing, but it will bolt up to your existing bolt pattern
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Uses standard bolt pattern – same as a hand crank winch.
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