When the winch mount is installed, a ready made up for the vehicle wiring harness is supplied with quick disconnect fittings.
All these (and more to follow) modules are so east to install. Simply drop the ‘Clam Shell’ over the tow ball, followed by the appropriate unit, locate the lock pin or similar device to secure the whole unit into place, tighten the 12mm setscrew or locking lever to stop it from rotating as required and it’s ready to use.
Brilliant concept brought into the world by Pete Yates with further module and kit designs by David Bowyer.
|Line Pull||8500 lbs (3860 kg)|
|Motor||4.6 HP (12 volt) 3.0 HP (24 volt)|
|Gear Train||Heavy Duty 3 stage planetary|
|Freespool||Rotating Ring Gear|
|Braking||Automatic Double Taper|
|Wire Rope Size||8.0mm x 23m (75’)|
|Drum Diameter||63.5mm (2.5”)|
|Drum Length||125mm (5”)|
|Weight with wire rope and|
and aluminium hawse
|Switching method||5m (17’) Rubber handheld remote|
|Switching mechanism||Heavy duty sealed solenoids|
|Swingaway pulley block||Standard|
|Colour coded 1.5m wiring|
|Alloy safety hooks fitted to|
|No load speed||33 feet/min (10m/min)|
|For 12 volt||40 amps|
|and 24 volt||23 amps|
Made by Kingone