Dutton Lainson Electronic Winches

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Dutton Lainson Electronic Winches -
These high-torque, 12-volt DC winches boast a power-in/power-out controlled freewheeling clutch with dual braking system. Both have an electric switch and clutch control knob (TW4000 has power-in and freewheel-out operation with a mechanical brake and single clutch control knob operation). TW series comes equipped with a 25-foot lanyard for remote operation, 20-feet of 2" polyester strap with a steel hook, and 12-volt vehicle wire harness. The TW4000 is for boats up to 4,000 pounds, the TW9000 is for boats up to 9,000 pounds. Two-year warranty.
Available: TW4000, TW9000.
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Dutton Lainson Electronic Winches Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Dutton-Lainson TW9000 electric winch

I purchased this boat trailer winch as a replacement for a different brand of electric winch which I received as a gift. The first winch was not able to pull my boat all the way up the trailer, even though I have an all-roller trailer and my boat weighs considerably less than what the winch is rated to pull. I returned the first winch for a refund and replaced it with a more powerful Dutton-Lainson winch from Cabela's. The new winch lands my boat easily and is much quieter. It also uses a strap instead of a steel cable, which I find to be much easier on the hands and less likely to jam up in the winch housing.
Lindylad at Cabelas on 11/20/2008

Tired of Winching

It's about time that I'm not only growing older, but maybe a little smarter. Pulling a 3,000 lb boat onto the trailer has gotten a little to difficult. Finally decided to go with a power winch - best thing I've done this year. The D-L TW9000 winch pulls the boat on with no problems. Only thing is they talk about storing the power cable in your trunk. I have a pickup. No trunk. Did spend some cash on extra parts to hook it all up, but it was worth any extra time effort.
marrrvelous at Cabelas on 07/16/2013

Negative Reviews:

smoking wires on the 9000

Hello-I'm from Mn and purchased the 9000 model to winch my 16 1/2 foot Lund. After about 1 year the motor got hot and you can smell wires burning. I brougt the winch back to Cabelas and purchased another one. I am pleased with Cabelas customer service as they gave me the new one for the price that I paid in May of 2007.
Pete from MN
zegreek57 at Cabelas on 08/09/2008

Neutral Reviews:

Wiring Nightmare

I have not installed the winch yet because I am still rounding up the parts to install. I understand they can not cover all installations, but the wire is too short for my truck and you will need a bumper mount power outlet large enough to accomodate the 8 awg wire current. Took suggestion from other reviewer and ordered it at auto parts outlet. The plug-in end of the wire is specific to the winch so you have to cut up the harness to make the jumper from bumper to the winch. then you might as well go get 30' of 8 awg black and red and a 50 - 60 amp manual reset overload. (trolling motor breaker works ok). Anyway, after 6 days of hunting/gathering I am ready to install. I have no dout it will pull my boat onto the trailer. If not....Cabelas here I come. In conclusion, 30' wire harness and rear bumper plug assembly with a 6' coiled pigtail for bumper to winch connection would not be asking too much from the manufacturer........ would it?
loknload at Cabelas on 07/06/2010