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 lb. Pulling capacity: 3,500 lb. Unit weight: 24 lb. Dimensions: 9.5'' x 9.5'' x 8''.
Rated 5 out of 5 by connly 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by mikey2 good winch
After read other reviews I was hesitant on a purchase. I had to replace my old one. This one works great!!!! 4000lb boat with rollers on a trailer. Pulled it up with no problem. Easy for me to wire it up because my old was electric. Simple as splicing wires. Rest of the installation was a snap too. Used it only once so far but its better than my old one and faster. Luv the wireless remote.
November 13, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Buddyx Junk
Not enought room between the gears for the clutch to release, no lube on gears, the metal in crank handle is too soft, Had to buy $50. of cable to run from battery to the back of the truck plus male & female plugs. not well made!!!! I glad I was able to do all the extra work or it would of cost a lot more!
September 9, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by tundraman2000 Works if Set up Right
I experienced the same negative results as many others(low pulling, slipping, etc.) First, the winch mounted perfectly in the holes from my hand winch. Second, the clutch knob on the side didn't seem to work, however, I tightened it with a pipe wrench and the winch works flawlessly. I mounted a lawn tractor battery in a battery box on my trailer and ran a ground and a charging wire through my seven wire connector to the battery. The battery runs the winch perfectly whether connected to my vehicle or not, and the battery charges when it is connected to my truck. Also, I only recommend the which with the strap as the cables are and can be a pain. My boat is a 17' lund with a 90 and an 18 horse motor.
August 10, 2010
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