Warn 75000 Rt25 Atv Winch 2500lbs Capacity 50ft X 3/16in Rope* on 2040-parts.com
Berne, Indiana, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Manufacturer Part Number:75000
The RT stands for Rugged Terrain and that is just
what the RT25 stands up to! The RT25 was designed for Recreational
riders, Farmers, Ranchers and Small land owners. The winch can be used
for vehicle recovery, light duty work and intermittent winch usage. It
was designed for utility ATV's 350cc and larger. The RT25 comes with a
steel cable and is rated at 2500lbs.
- All new sealed winch motor
- Reduced amp draw
- In-Board motor posts
- Roller Fairlead
- CE Certified
- Centered winch drum
- Sealed all metal drivetrain
- Ergonomic clutch handle
- Patented disk brake
- New drum supports
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