Bulldog Winch Rear Wiring Kit - Quick Connect to Terminal End - 2 Gauge - 24' Long

Bulldog Winch Rear Wiring Kit - Quick Connect to Terminal End - 2 Gauge - 24' Long

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Bulldog Winch Accessories and Parts - BDW20207

  • Electric Winch
  • Mounting and Installation
  • Bulldog Winch
  • Wiring
  • 24 Feet Long
  • 2 Gauge Wire


  • Wiring kit provides power connection at rear of vehicle for winch or booster cables
  • Quick connect to terminal end
  • Double power/ground wire with loop ends on battery side
  • Includes dust cover for vehicle side
  • 24' Long
  • 1 Gauge wires


20207 Bulldog Winch Wiring Kit - Quick Connect to Terminal End - 2 Gauge - 24' Long - Rear






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Video Transcript for Bulldog Winch Wiring Kit Installation

Today we're installing our Bulldog Wiring Kit. Twenty-four foot, two gauge, rear wiring harness. Part number BDW20207. To start out our installation, we have our wiring harass set out. I got to straighten it out so I don't have any kinks or anything in it. Just want to figure out where I want to mount the end of our wire here.

I got my dust cover on it. We are going to end up mounting ours right here. We want to make sure if your going to mount it close like we are to any other surfaces. You got to have enough sticking out that your cap can go on as well. With this in place where I want to mount it, we've got our holes here for mounting it.

I'm going to go ahead and mark the holes on our sheet metal here, and go ahead and drill them. To mark my holes I'm just going to start drilling a little bit so it saves a little notch for me. So I've got my holes drilled now, I'll just put my bolts in place. Make sure everything's the way I want it. It's got my nut on here. Something to consider is these bolts do not come with the kit.

It comes with zip ties so you can zip tie it to whatever you need to. So if you do want to use bolts, you are going to have to go to the store and figure out what size you need. We have this dust cover, I do want to be able to connect it to the truck, so all they have to do is pop it off, and they can drop it. So I am going to use one of these metal lunes. Our bolt is long enough that I can stick it over that.

I'll put our loop in place, I'll stick it over our bolt, and just put another lock washer and nut on it. That will keep us from losing our dust cover here. With that in place, it's a perfect place for a dust cover to chill. So now I've routed my wire. I've come on the inside here, and followed my frame all the way forward. I tucked it up over our spare tire rack right here. I came out in the wheel well. You can see here it's run along the frame. I've run it up and over our bracket on this guy. I'm going to run it along our body frame mounts. I'll throw some zip ties in. Then I've got to come all the way up to our front tire wheel well. Where I'll have to run a pole wire though the engine compartment, to pull up our wires at this point. Alright, so I've run a pole wire. I just kind of tucked it from the engine compartment, down along the wheel wells. There's a plastic piece in the wheel well here. Come out right about the tire. What I'll do with this, is I'll tuck my wire through here. I'll tape it in place. Then I'll just pull it back up, and it should come right by the battery where I tucked it down. I want to get it away from the engine as much as possible. What I'll do before I disconnect my pole wire here. I'm going to go back underneath our battery panel back here if you can see that. There's enough space that I can stick my hands on the side closet to the fender. I'll just pull it up behind our battery just to keep it a little bit further away from our engine as much possible. Now that I've got this pulled up, I can cut my tape off. I'm going to go back over here by our tire, and take this behind our plastic wheel well. It will help keep the water and debris off of it. So this hole down here, I'm going to use a zip tie to hold our wires to it. It's at the bottom of our battery tray, right where the clamp is at. Now that I've got that pulled through, I'll figure out a place to mount our negative wire. It doesn't necessarily have to connect to the battery, it can connect to anywhere on the body. Whatever is the easiest for you. Then our power just goes straight to our battery terminal. I'm going to cut my negative battery terminal off here. May have to chunk at it. Get a little bit of it at a time. To get all the way through it. It is pretty thick. I'm going to do the same thing for the positive battery cable. I just want to make sure that I have enough to put our terminal on the end of it still, so it will connect to our post. Now I'll carefully use a razor, and trim back some of our insulation. You don't have to get a whole lot off. About a half inch is pretty good. Then our terminal end will slide over the end of that and grip that in place. Using your crimping tool, ours just happens to be hydraulic. They do make some that look like bolt cutters. If you them, that works just as well. Slide it over the end of our terminal here. When your doing this, you just got to make sure that you don't lose the wire out of your terminal while your crimping it down. That would be unfortunate. With that in place, I'm going to loosen up our terminal end here, and tighten it in place. I'm just going to snug that down until we get our other terminal in place, and then we can tighten it down. I've got my terminal in the clamp, and then, slide it over the wire. Ready to crimp it. For our negative end, I'm just going to use a factory bolt down here. This is a ten millimeter bolt. I'll use a wrench to get it on here. Just loosen it up. I put a star washer on there so that it would grip into our terminal, and into the fender. Gives us a better contact, a better ground, and then I just tightened it back in place. Will go to our back end and test our terminal and make sure we have power and ground. Our red one is on the bottom. Our black one's on top, so that's going to be our ground and power. I'll stick my ground side on the top one, because that's our black one. Now when I touch the tip, into our positive terminal here, The little red light should come on. That red light tells me that the ground is connected to a good solid ground point up front, and our positive is connected to our positive terminal on the battery. That's it for installation of the Bulldog Wiring Kit. Part number BDW20207. etrailer.com. Expert service. Fast shipping. Lowest prices. 800-298-8924.


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Bulldog Winch Rear Wiring Kit - Quick Connect to Terminal End - 2 Gauge - 24' Long - BDW20207

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)


- BDW20207
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Product arrived on time as promised and I am very pleased with the quality of the materials used. I look forward to installing it this weekend. Thanks etrailer. 579603



- BDW20207
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Product should work great. 515010



- BDW20207
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Hi quality product, better than I expected. Also reasonably priced. It will be a quality accessory added to the vehicle and be interchangeable to the next vehicle I purchase. Thanks etrailer for making my shopping easier. AND Talk about quick service and delivery all 5 Star for me. I purchased both front and rear hook ups for my winch or other things that will need power and they are both just what the doctor ordered. 450524



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After a temporary "fubar" with my order, it finally arrived. I couldn't be happier with the quality & design of this kit. VERY well built. And the installation video was perfect for a DIY'r like me. Thank U etrailer. U guys really came through!!! 406079


Comments

AWESOME !!! Saved my butt 2x’s all ready. 2 days stuck in mud, digging, cudn’t reach winch w front mount. Pulled winch cradle off ft bumper. Moved to rear mounted Bulldog plug & receiver. Drug my big Dodge Ram up & out. Wud NEVER have worked wo that double Bulldog winch plug setup. THANK U!!!

Michael O - 07/15/2018

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Great product, worked perfectly. I installed a winch on my car hauler trailer with a tip up bed. The 24' wiring kit was the perfect length. I have a 4 door/ long bed truck and with the trailer bed tipped up the extra length was perfect to connect to the winch. The plug for the winch side was easily soldered onto my winch leads. Very happy with the product all around. 310148


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