trailer winch too low for master helper
I bought the master helper and found out that the winch on my trailer is lower than many that I have seen. This causes the winch cable to rub agains the bow of the boat. Other trailers appear to have a higher winch which allows the cable to clear the bow.
I'm thinking of replacing the steel cable (I hate steel cables anyway) and replace it with a nylon strap. I suppose the strap would do less damage than the cable against the bow. I suppose the other approach might be to extend the trailer winch upward in some manner in order to raise it to a good height.
Anyone have any experience with this problem?