The winch features a powerful series wound, high-speed 4.6 hp electric motor, durable 3-stage planetary gear train, automatic mechanical cone brake, remote control with 12' lead, and 100' of durable 5/16 diameter galvanized wire rope with hawse fairlead. The Multi-Mount fits 2 hitch receivers so your winch can be used on any vehicle with a suitable hitch and a 12V power source.
Compact body with separate control pack. Works effectively in very tight spaces.This product requires a compatible bumper or mounting plate to be properly mounted to your vehicle. Portable winch carrier installs on any 2 hitch receiver. Series wound high-speed 4.6 hp electric motor provides fast line speeds and strong pulls. Line speed: 38' per minute under no load at 56 amps, and 3.9' per minute at 9000 lb.
Durable 3-stage planetary gear train with 156:1 gear ratio for smooth, reliable operation. Exclusive brake design provides superior control while winching. Comes with 100' of durable 5/16 diameter galvanized wire rope and roller fairlead. Remote control with 12' lead. Comes with detailed installation and user instructions.1 Choose a FLAT AND LEVEL location that is large enough to run out the entire length of wire rope. 2 Turn the clutch lever on the winch to the "Free Spool" position. Spool out the wire rope to the last 5 wraps on the drum. Once the wire rope is spooled out, turn the clutch lever on the winch to the "Engaged" position.
3 Attach the hook end of the rope to a suitable anchor point and back the vehicle away from the anchor point until there is very little slack in the wire rope. Before getting out of the vehicle, set the parking brake, place the vehicle in gear or park and turn the vehicle off. 4 Connect the remote control to the winch.
(2.44 m) away from the winch, power-in the winch until all of the slack is wound onto the winch drum. Disconnect the remote control from the winch. Hold tension on the wire rope with one hand; carefully push the wire rope to the side of the drum the wire rope is attached to so there are no gaps between each coil on the drum. Be sure to check that the wire rope is winding off of the bottom of the drum, not the top, or the automatic load holding brake will not function properly. (If the wire rope is winding off the top you have powered the winch "out" instead of "in" on the remote control).
5 The following steps should be done using two people for proper safety. If you attempt to tension your wire rope alone be sure to always engage the parking brake, place the transmission in gear and turn the vehicle off every time you exit the vehicle to inspect the winch wire rope.Never exit the vehicle with a load on the winch wire rope. Tensioning the wire rope is critical to ensure a long product life. Tensioning the wire rope will prevent outer layers of wire rope from pinching and deforming the inner layers. 6 Use care to evenly wrap each layer to prevent damage to the rope. 7 Pass the remote control through the driver's window for the driver of the vehicle to operate.
Instruct your assistant to stand to the side of the vehicle and away from the winch wire rope. Your assistant should signal you if the wire rope is winding correctly by watching it move across the fairlead as the wire rope is powered in.
Start the vehicle and place the transmission in neutral. Release the parking brake while applying moderate brake pedal pressure. Press power-in on the remote control switch.
After winching in for approximately 6 ft. Slowly let up off of the brake pedal and then apply the parking brake.This will ensure that there is no load on the winch rope. Then place the transmission in park or in gear and turn the vehicle off. Exit the vehicle and inspect the winch to make sure that the wire rope is being evenly wound onto the winch drum and not sinking into the lower layer. If the wire rope is sinking, power the wire rope out and repeat this step from the beginning with more brake pedal pressure.
8 When you are convinced the wire rope is winding onto the winch drum properly, repeat step 6 until the vehicle is within 6 ft. (2 m) of the winch anchor. (2 m), slowly let up off of the brake pedal and then apply the parking brake. This will ensure that there is no load on the winch wire rope.Disconnect the hook from the anchor. While holding onto the supplied hook strap, hold tension on the winch rope and slowly power-in the winch by "pulsing" the power-in switch on the remote control until the hook is within 3 ft. (1 m) of the fairlead. Stop winching in and attach the hook to a suitable anchor point on the vehicle. Welcome to OE Parts Masters - Car Parts Specialists. We are car guys just like you. We only provide tested, high-quality parts.
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