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Product DescriptionRetrieve your boat in minutes at the push of a button with these super-duty, full-featured electric trailer winches. Trac Winches offer free-wheeling launch with positive lock when not winding. A built-in light makes night operation easier. Include 30' of 7/32" cable with hook, circuit breaker, installation wire, emergency manual hand crank, remote control with 10' of cable, and key fob wireless remote. Capable of pulling 6' of line per minute under load.
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Q:How would you mount this winch on a shorelander boat trailor?Asked on 9/11/2010 by jake from MANITOWOC WI
A:I would mount in the place of your old winchAnswered on 10/20/2010 by Chris from Tech
Q:I have a Hurricane 211 deck boat on a flat bung trailer. Approx. 5000lbs. Can this winch handle it single line?Asked on 5/8/2010 by Boo from New Iberia, LA
A:Based off of the information provided it should work for your boat. Please feel free to give us a call and we will be more than happy to discuss this to confirm that.Answered on 5/10/2010 by Charlie from Gander Tech
Q:I need an electric winch to slowly lift and slowly lower a 350 lb sailboat keel. Requirements: wireless remote control, power up and down (i.e. it has to slowly let the line out), not cost more than a few hundred dollars. It doesn't have to be super strong cause the boat uses a pair of triple pullies. It is a Holder 20 sailboat. I am not strong enough to crank it up anymore: too many birthdays.Asked on 11/1/2009 by Steve from Greensboro, NC
A:This winch would suffivce as it has a 3,500 lb vertical lift capacity. and it has wireless remote.Answered on 11/4/2009 by Bob from Overton's Tech
Q:When connecting the positive and negative cable to the battery, do you need to install the circut breaker (that comes with the winch) or a fuse between the positive cable end and the battery?Asked on 9/14/2009 by JJ from Largo, MD
A:It does not specify that, but it is always a good idea to put a relay or circuit break on something of that nature.Answered on 9/17/2009 by Bryant C from Tech Department
A:yes or it will eventually burn up the motor especially if you have a very good battery.Answered on 10/1/2009 by Kenn from NJ