|Item Weight||86.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21.3 x 8.6 x 11.8 inches|
|Batteries||2 CR123A batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||VX12000_ST|
|Vehicle Service Type||4x4 Truck Jeep|
MotoAlliance VIPER Winch 12 VDC 12000lb/5443kg, Integrated Contactor, Wireless Remote, STEEL Cable
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- Manufactured in an ISO-TS16949 Certified Factory using Military-Grade Materials
- Includes Wireless and Cabled Remote Switches, Integrated Contactor, 85' Steel Cable and Roller Fairlead
- IP67 Waterproof Rating; Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Mount Pattern: 10" x 4.5"
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All VIPER winches at Motoalliance are made in an ISO/TS16969 certified factory that requires all quality processes to be fully documented. We've also chosen to use high-grade raw materials that are appropriate for military use instead of the common or recycled grade materials that will likely not hold up to the harsh environments of off-road riding for Jeeps and large trucks. We want our riders to be able to buy and use with full confidence!
With over 15 years of experience, a full engineering and tech team, and headquarters in the USA, Motoalliance has aimed to become among the most trusted brands in off-roading with the VIPER name. We stand behind our truck and Jeep winches and are there for you before, during, and after the purchase.
Besides being IP rated for water submersion, our VIPER winches give you the choice of either air-craft grade steel cable or the high quality of European dyneema rope. This can be a large difference between ropes made in China versus those in Europe in terms of durability and longevity. We want to make sure your cables and ropes work when you need them most!
In 2004, Motoalliance started with a simple philosophy, "We hated getting junk on the internet, we bet others hate getting junk on the internet, so let's create powersports products with old school care that we can sell on the internet to people all over the world." We love to send out winches every day with a sense of pride.
Over the past few years, China has been flooding the American market with random importers who anonymous warehouses in the USA. By contrast, Motoalliance maintains the tradition of a true American powersports' business with a dedicated team of engineers and staff that love to build products for the powersports' industry. Located in Rogers, MN, Motoalliance has been helping design, engineer, and produce VIPER winches for Jeeps, trucks, 4x4 vehicles, ATV's and UTV's since 2004.
With hundreds of dealers and tens of thousands of VIPER winches sold, you can be confident you are buying from a confident to trust. We are here and ready to help you before, during and after the purchase and stand proudly behind everything we sell.
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The winch showed up and the box was pretty beat up. It was shipped in its "on the shelf box" without any kind of protective box to keep it from being beat up during shipping. When I opened the box, the first thing I noticed was that the remote control housing was cracked. Most likely it broke during the rough handling during shipment.
The instructions that come with the winch are pretty useless, however, I was able to install everything without too much trouble.
The big issue was when it came time to do the final wiring the winch malfunctioned. When I connected it to the battery, the winch automatically turned on and would not stop running. I had to disengage the spool to keep it from continuously tightening. Also just putting the positive cable near the positive battery post caused a spark and actually scored the post and the cable outlet. Obviously, something was not wired right. I contacted the manufacturer who wanted me to disassemble the winch and send photos of the wiring. I will give them credit for getting back to me, but I don't think I should have to mess with trying to rewire a new in box winch. Besides it seems like opening the winch up is a good way to void the warranty. Rather than mess with the electrical, I am uninstalling everything and getting a replacement winch.
Hopefully this is a fluke and I got the one build on a Friday before a holiday weekend or something.
I can't wait to actually use it for real.