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Dutton-Lainson TW4000 12 Volt Trailer Winch 1500 lb


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  • Designed for boats up to 4000 lbs
  • Power-in and Freewheel-out operation
  • Positive mechanical brake
  • Clutch control knob engages gears or releases load in a controlled freewheel mode
  • Includes 2" x 20' polyester strap (installed), wiring harness (25 ft positive battery wire and 8 ft ground wire), and 25 ft lanyard for remote operation
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Product Description

Pulling a boat onto your trailer is easy with the flip of a switch. Disengage the clutch knob to pull the strap out and hook it on, re-engage the clutch, and let the winch motor do the rest. Enclosed outer case covers all moving parts. For boats up to 4000 lbs gross weight. Note: For horizontal pulling applications only - not for vertical lifting.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 11.2 x 9.2 inches ; 20.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 21 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000AZ6UH
  • Item model number: TW4000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Carl Martin on August 12, 2010
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Although Amazon's description says this unit is "designed for boats up to 4000 lbs", mine just manages to handle my boat which weighs about 1200 lbs. Wiring was a nightmare (I had an electrician do it for me) and, surprisingly, was designed for a use with a car rather than with a truck, so so truck owners will need to buy a plug.

The heavy nylon strap is a plus, but lack of a remote and emergency handle for manual operation are definite minuses. If I could do it again I'd save my pennies and buy a more powerful unit with remote control.
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I seem to have a little problem with the winch. I tighten the side handle and then proceed to pull in the boat. (a 16 foot Crastliner with a 40 hp motor) It pulls fine for awhile, then it seems like the handle that I tightened releases and I have to re-tighten it and then it works fine. Am I doing something wrong??? Why does it release before the boat is completely pulled in????
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By Deep Diver on July 11, 2014
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This evaluation is somewhat lengthily because of previous evaluations. I purchased the Dutton-Lainson TW4000 12 Volt Trailer Winch 1500 lb several months ago after reading the previously submitted evaluations, forwarding them to Dutton-Lainson for their comment, and then communicating with the company by e-mail and telephone. I have a 1,550 pound Ranger Z188 bass boat on a Ranger Trail trailer with bunks. The winch pulled the boat loaded with my gear, a trolling motor, and fuel. I also pulled the boat on the trailer while the bunks were dry. However, when I first received the winch and mounted it on my trailer, I could not get the winch to pull the trailer after the strap tightened. This, however, was my fault. I only engaged the winch for about 20 seconds before quitting, I did it again for a short period and nothing happened. I quit because I was afraid that I would burn up the motor. I contacted Dutton-Lainson and spoke with a technician and was told that I should not worry about burning up the motor because it has a safety feature to prevent this. He also told me that the straps are put on the winch by hand and that I should allow enough time for the strap to tighten internally. I then gave it a try. I let the motor run for about 30 seconds and the winch pulled the strap very tight. The next time I used my boat, the winch pulled the boat onto the trailer. During my conversation with Dutton-Lainson I was told that they were in the process of putting a more-powerful motor on the TW4000. My only regret is that I did not wait for the more powerful motor. I like to get the” best bang for my buck.”
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I didn't know what to expect when I bought this winch. I have bought winches in the past that weren't as good as their makers claimed.
This one is about as advertised. It pulls my 97 Sea Pro 180CC on to a roller trailer without too much sweat. My total weight is about 2100 lbs, hull, motor and gas, that should give you some idea of what it is capable of. If you have a bunk trailer or frequent ramps that have a particularly steep angle you might need more winch. But with a good roller trailer and normal ramp angles it works just fine. Wired mine up with a trolling motor plug on the end to the bumper. 40 amp breaker with wiring comes with winch. Changed out their end to a what I had previously on my truck. A trolling motor plug in. This particular model does not come with a winch handle. You have to use a socket and ratchet for manual retrieval. 11/16s if I remember right.
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By Jim Dailey on August 13, 2014
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Just what I needed
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