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Kolpin 2500 Lb Atv Winch Polaris Sportsman, Yamaha Kawasaki New on 2040-parts.com

US $159.95
Location:

Mineral Point, Wisconsin, United States

Mineral Point, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New Brand:Kolpin Manufacturer Part Number:25-9250

New in unopened box, Photos shown out of the box are for pictures only. You will recieve a New in unopened box Kolpin 2500 lb ATV winch kit. Item will be shipped UPS ground  Call 608 574 6290 for more info on multiple winches

If you're looking for a fully-featured ATV winch, Kolpin's Winch Series deserves strong consideration. Available in 2500 lb, 3500 lb, and 4500 lb models, Kolpin winches provide all of the features you have been looking for in a economical, reliable, high performance winch. Great for plowing and vehicle recovery.

  • Center-spool design
  • Internal gearing specifically designed for plowing
  • All steel, 3-stage planetary gear train for reliability/smooth operation
  • Weather resistant sealed drums and motor
  • Ergonomic dial for free spooling-to-clutch engagement
  • Automatic mechanical cable drum brake
  • Pre-wound with 50' steel cable
  • Heavy-duty load relay to protect motor
  • Heavy duty 6 gauge wiring
  • Color-coded quick connect wiring harness
  • Premium handlebar mount controls with wiring harness
  • 4-way roller fair-lead, mounting plate and hardware included
  • Industry common 4-bolt mounting pattern
  • NOT recommended for use with UTV

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