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Warn - 75000 - Rt25 Winch on 2040-parts.com

US $300.00
Location:

Orlando, Florida, United States

Orlando, Florida, United States
Warn - 75000 - RT25 Winch, US $300.00, image 1
Condition:New Brand:Warn Fits:ATV Manufacturer Part Number:75000 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Warn RT-25 ATV Winch with wire rope.  Brand new in box.  Best one in the industry.  Free used Honda Foreman Winch roller bracket.  For Sale $300.

Details

  • With 2,500 lbs of pulling capacity, this winch has plenty of muscle to pull a stuck ATV from the muck.
  • Fully sealed for plenty of protection against Mother Nature. 
  • Features include an all-new 0.9hp motor, 50' of 3/16" diameter aircraft-grade wire rope, an ergonomically designed clutch knob, a potted-and-sealed mini-rocker handlebar switch, waterproof contactor and a roller fairlead.

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