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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-02-2013, 12:28 PM Thread Starter
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What Winch Do You Run On Your Quad?

Tell us what winch you run!

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Is a 3000 lb winch big enough to pull a sxs out of a mud hole,I had a 2000lb warn winch on a 4-wheeler and it would struggle sometimes.

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Is a 3000 lb winch big enough to pull a sxs out of a mud hole,I had a 2000lb warn winch on a 4-wheeler and it would struggle sometimes.
Mine is a 3,000 lb and it pulled me out of a pond bed.

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I run a 3500lb Warn with synthetic line that's been tough enough.

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Whats the best winch,Badlands,superwinch or Warn.

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Whats the best winch,Badlands,superwinch or Warn.
Any winch tough enough to get you unstuck.
....and reliable enough to do it again and again.

I've always been a Warn guys myself. Tried and true brand. But I know the others are pretty reputable as well.

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good answer
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good answer
LOL I guess your right.

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Wrn 3000lb hasent let me down yet.
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Wrn 3000lb hasent let me down yet.
So you guys say a 3000 lb is plenty big enough,thinking about getting one,dont know what brand,are the wireless remotes any good.

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