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post #1 of 8 Old 11-24-2010, 06:38 PM Thread Starter
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Any handheld winches similar to the Warn Pullzall?

I am looking for a either cheaper or 12v version of the Warn Pullzall winch. They have a 110ac (don't want to run an inverter on a car hauler) and a 24v cordless (like i need something else to keep track of the charge on).

Anyone know of similar winches that run off 12v? This is just going to be used to pull a potentially dead vehicle into an enclosed car hauler.

Searched on the interweb and haven't come up with anything that doesn't need a permanent mount, trailer ball, etc..


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why not use a small 4 wheeler winch? use something like a receiver mount, but instead use chain.

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why not use a small 4 wheeler winch? use something like a receiver mount, but instead use chain.
I really like the pullzall, but can't find what I'm looking for. It looks like I'll end up with the little master winch that is supposed to run on a trailer ball. It is 12v and 2,000lb rolling which should be just fine. Use a chain and shackle through where the trailer ball would hook

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I have a 1500lbs 12v winch that I plan to use for the hard top storage.
I put my JK on N, hooked to my buddy's GC, and pulled.
The winch pulled the slack in the rope and stopped.
Could not even pull my JK on Neutral on flat ground...
Not sure if 2000lbs would pull a dead car into a trailer...
But you know, they write "1500lbs" on the box but I'd guess it's really rated at 500 and they say you can pull 1500 with 3 pulleys with you pushing the object by hand...
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Thanks, will try it out of course. That one isn't very expensive and I have seen it at walmart. Which equals they will take anything back!

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You could just just mount a small winch to the floor of the trailer, couldnt you?

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You could just just mount a small winch to the floor of the trailer, couldnt you?
It's not solely used for car hauling. We rather not put holes in the floor or deal with permanently mounting something.

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I know its not what you want, or buying, but I used nicks pullsall to pull a car onto my trailer yesterday. It worked awesome, only complaint is the cable didn't ven make it to the end of the trailer. Had to add a strap.

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