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Bulldog Winch Quick-Connect Set for Powersports w/Dust Cover - 6 AWG

Bulldog Winch Quick-Connect Set for Powersports w/Dust Cover - 6 AWG

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Bulldog Winch Accessories and Parts - BDW20047

  • Electric Winch
  • Electrical Components
  • Quick Connects
  • Bulldog Winch
  • 6 Gauge Wire

  • Quick-connect set - 50 amp, 6 AWG
  • Polycarbonate housing offers durability
  • High-grade copper terminals are silver plated for resistance to corrosion
  • Includes dust cover, 2 connectors, and 4 terminals
  • UL-listed
  • Replacement terminals sold separately
  • Typical application: powersports winches

20047 Bulldog Winch Quick-Connect Set for Powersports w/Dust Cover - 6 AWG

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Video of Bulldog Winch Quick-Connect Set for Powersports w/Dust Cover - 6 AWG

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Bulldog Winch Quick-Connect Set Review

Speaker 1: Today we'll be having a look and showing you how to install the Bulldog Wench Quick Connect set for power sports with dust covers for six gauge wires. Part number: BDW20047. To quick disconnect and this will allow us to easily plug into our truck and unplug quickly and easily. These are the cables that provide the power output from our truck to our trailer.We'll remove the dust covers. This is for six gauge wire and insert them together. That's it.

We're ready to get on the road. Now, this quick disconnect will be a great replacement for worn out, damaged, missing connectors for your wench, your snow plow attachment on the front of your truck, or a salt spreader on the back of your snow plow, such as we'll be doing here. You can even use it for a battery charge lying kit in a travel trailer or a fifth wheel.This kit does come with two matching ends and the four terminals. So, you have all you need in order to make a proper connection. This kit has a polycarbonate housing so it's durable and is rated to handle up to 50 amps.You'll see that it's labeled.

We have a nice positive side and a negative side so you can easily identify which cable goes where. We have a cover that has a lanyard built in so when it's not in use you can protect it from the elements and keep your terminals free of corrosion and free of dirt and debris.To begin our install, we'll need to remove some of the insulation from our wires. So, we use a utility knife just to cut away our insulation a little bit. Once you sufficiently cut around it we'll be able to pull the end of it off. We will do the same for the other wire.Now, we'll take our connector, our terminal end, and place it on one of our wires.

Doesn't matter which one. Put it all the way on there. Then, we'll crimp it into place. We're using a hydraulic crimper, which is readily available at most hardware stores. Pull that and make sure it's nice and secure.

We'll do the same for our other wire.Now, we'll take our quick disconnect housing, we'll pull off the cover. On the end we have a lanyard, we'll slide that over one of our wires. It doesn't matter which one. You'll notice there's a positive sign and a negative sign. We'll attach the positive to our positive cable, which in our case is the orange one here. So, it'll be this one. To do that we'll just slide the cable inside of the connector and push.When you hear it click you know it's secure. The negative, we'll attach the negative, which is our black one. Okay, once it clicks in we'll pull back on both to make sure both of our cables are locked into place, which they are. We have our cover, which we can slide over so when it's not in use it'll be protected from the elements.That completes our look at, and showing you how to install the Bulldog Wench Quick Connect set for power sports with dust cover for six gauge wire, part number: BDW20047.

Customer Reviews

Bulldog Winch Quick-Connect Set for Powersports w/Dust Cover - 6 AWG - BDW20047

Average Customer Rating:  4.4 out of 5 stars   (14 Customer Reviews)

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Connections on 12v boat lift winch had degraded and needed to be replaced. These made for an easy and quick repair.

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Little smaller than i expected but works great. The cable on the dust cap could be just a bit longer. Also need to add a washer behind when mounting the end with the dust cap on a flat surface. The dust cap is just a little too thick and won't go on if mounted flush. Other than that great product i use to as a quick connect for the removeable winch on my car trailer.

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Just opened the shipping box. Everything looks just as advertised and in good condition. Looking forward to installing the kit. Thank you

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I mounted my bulldog wench on a 2x8 and placed it on the back of the bed of Polaris Ranger. Do to health reasons I can no longer pick up deer & hogs so the bulldog wrench work great to get game in the back of Ranger .

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Awesome addition to my bulldog winch! Quick connect is well made and durable

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Excellent quality

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You need more dimensions of this type product, of course I ordered a small size when I needed a large size and mm's don't help most of us.

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Sturdy and reliable.

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To small for my needs, maybe one day I'll find some use for it.

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They work great

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