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28-10-2011, 17:52   #1
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winch for 4x4 ..shooting

lads looken for a winch for my jeep

anyone got one s/h for sale
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28-10-2011, 18:04   #2
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Try these links might be of help
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30-10-2011, 14:40   #3
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You'd probably have a better chance asking in the 4x4 & Tractors & Diggers & Plant forum.
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30-10-2011, 16:40   #4
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hi guy on donedeal selling winches but if your planning on using it a lot your better of looking at a warn winch are the people to concact
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30-10-2011, 18:05   #5
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Flea bay ..Bought my last two off there.For about half the price of what was being charged here,for the same winch with different maker stickers on them.
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30-10-2011, 18:37   #6
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Recovery and Winch are doing the best deals here at the moment, €380 for a 12000lb winch I think (they were at Dartfield and doing even better deals on the day)

All the cheap winches come from China and are fine for general use. You can buy Warn or Superwinch if you're making serious use but they will be 3-4 times the price. Some of the challenge truck owners will have two modified twin motor Warn 8274s fitted at around £5000 a piece

If you want a bit of back up from a supplier and a wide range, Goodwinch are well respected

You'll need to add cost of a winch bumper and possibly Plasma rope to replace the wire rope.
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30-10-2011, 22:43   #7
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Winch for your own recovery? - electric

Winch for recovering someone/something else? - pto driven

More info needed.

Electric winches are available cheap & cheerful for occaisional use, top notch stuff is deep money.

PTO/Hydraulic winches need yer engine running, but they are serious workhorses, mechanical fitment & tend to be expensive.

So what you want?
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31-10-2011, 07:35   #8
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winch is for when i get stuck mostly id say it mite be used 20 times in the year..

that is a good deal with r..and winch..

did anyone see a winchmax 13000lbs in person?? on fle bay
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