T-Max 8,500lb Off-Road Winch
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- 5.5HP 12V Wound Motor
- Hand Held Corded Control with a 12' Cord (3.7 m)
- 3 Stage Planetary Gearing with a 172.8:1 Ratio
- Shift Pin Ring Gear Clutch
- Automatic In Drum Brake
- 10" x 4.5" Mounting Bolt Pattern
- 22"L x 6.3"W x 8.1"H Overall
The 8,500lb Off-Road winch from T-Max has been designed specifically for those who are into extreme off-road adventuring. T-Max has combined many great features that users are looking for into this off-road winch.
Some of the amazing design features you will find on this winch are a Posi-Loc brake system, machined 3 stage planetary gear train, and an integrated solenoid module. What this all means is that you'll be able to winch yourself out of trouble and get back on the trail more safely and quicker than ever before.
With this 8,500lb winch mounted on your Jeep, truck, or even your trailer, you can rest assured knowing that your winch is going to be able to get the job done any time and every time. These recovery winches are made by T-Max.
InstallationInstalling a T-Max 8,500lb Off-Road winch is simple enough for both professionals and amateurs alike. Westin includes easy to follow detailed instructions. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please call us at 1-866-309-1907 or 701-253-5906.
3 Year Warranty
Westin offers a warranty against defects in materials or workmanship on all mechanical components of their T-Max winches. Electrical components are backed by a one year warranty.
Product Reviews Summary
|Price / Value||4.0|
|Ease of Installation||4.0|
|2 Customer Reviews|
Part #: WES-47-1486 Posted on
|Look good Work fine|
Part #: WES-47-1487 Posted on
|no problems to report yet but instructions are pretty pathetic. This is a pretty easy install but pics should include the entire winch with steps showing the winch and the control box side by side before assembly and after assembly. Pics are enlarged to just show close-ups. What's worse is the online version of these instructions don't include all the pics or pages of the paper instructions. The finished product has a box mounted 1 of 2 ways. Floating over the winch as pictured above or attached to metal connectors mounted directly over the spool. My only recommendation would be to include a aluminum mounting plate that curves around the winch and connects firm to the flat control box.|