|Model||Terra 25 Winch|
|Item Weight||31 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.19 x 4.49 x 4.8 inches|
|Item model number||1125220|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1125220|
|OEM Part Number||1125220|
|Cover Included||Terra 25 Winch, hardware, install instructions|
|Vehicle Service Type||All-terrain-vehicles|
|National Stock Number||2590-01-589-4554|
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- High efficiency, low amp draw, sealed 1.3 hp permanent magnet motor featuring mechanical load holding and dynamic brake
- 50' of 3/16" steel wire rope and ergonomic cam action freespooling clutch
- All steel planetary gear twice as wide as those used by the competition and utilizing machined-in, oil pocket bronze bearings
- Circuit breaker protected and weather sealed solenoid contact
- 4-way roller fairlead, heavy duty latched hook with thimble and limited lifetime warranty
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Superwinch Terra 25 Winch cable version comes with a roller fairlead, mounting plate, handlebar mount toggle, and handheld remote. Steel drum is designed for use with either cable or synthetic rope.
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Will this fit your ATV/UTV?
Yes! It is most likely the Superwinch Terra will fit your vehicle with the correct Winch Mounting Kit that is specially designed just for your make and model year ATV/UTV. Simply add this winch to your cart then search for your make/model and winch mount and you'll find options. Superwinch Terra winches feature universal mounting bolt pattern.
Your ATV/UTV may come stock with a winch mount.
Superwinch's Competitive Advantages
One look at the Superwinch Terra's massive copper windings, sealed bearings end to end, and it's apparent this motor means business. More power, faster cooling and better efficiency.
Superwinch Gears are 2X Wider. Extra wide gears for better engagement and longer life.
Clever Design allows motor terminals to be rotated for best fit in tight spaces.
Superior Steel Drums
Terra drums are engineered for the abuse of synthetic rope. Cast aluminum drums can not meet rated line pull with synthetic rope and break. Terra winches come standard with steel reinforced drums on both steel and synthetic rope versions.
* Powers load in and out.
* Mechanical load holding and dynamic brake.
* All steel planetary gear twice as wide as those used by the competition and utilizing machined-in grease pockets.
* Ergonomic cam action freespooling clutch.
* High efficiency, low amp draw, sealed permanent magnet motors.
* Circuit breaker protected.
* Weather sealed solenoid contactor.
* 4-way roller fairlead.
* Wire or Synthetic Rope.
* Heavy duty latched hook with thimble.
* Handle bar mounted toggle switch.
* Hand Held remote.
* Limited lifetime warranty.
|1125220 Terra 25||1125230 Terra 25SR||1135220 Terra 35||1135230 Terra 35SR||1145220 Terra 45||1145230 Terra 45SR|
|Rated Line Pull||2,500 lbs (1,134 kgs)||2,500 lbs (1,134 kgs)||3,500 lbs (1,588 kgs)||3,500 lbs (1,588 kgs)||4,500 lbs (2,041 kgs)||4,500 lbs (2,041 kgs)|
|Motor||Sealed 1.3 HP (.96 kW) Permanent Magnet, 12V DC||Sealed 1.3 HP (.96 kW) Permanent Magnet, 12V DC||Sealed 1.6 HP (1.2kW) Permanent Magnet, 12V DC||Sealed 1.6 HP (1.2kW) Permanent Magnet, 12V DC||Sealed 1.6 HP (1.2kW) Permanent Magnet, 12V DC||Sealed 1.6 HP (1.2kW) Permanent Magnet, 12V DC|
|Brake||Mechanical and Dynamic||Mechanical and Dynamic||Mechanical and Dynamic||Mechanical and Dynamic||Mechanical and Dynamic||Mechanical and Dynamic|
|Rope||Steel 3/16" (4.8mm) x 50' (15.2m)||Synthetic 3/16" (4.8mm) x 50' (15.2m)||Steel 7/32" (5.5mm) x 50' (15.2m)||Synthetic 3/16" (4.8mm) x 50' (15.2m)||Steel 1/4" (6.5mm) x 55' (16.76m)||Synthetic 1/4" (6.5mm) x 55' (16.76m)|
|Fairlead||Heavy-Duty, 4-Way Roller||Blue Anodized Aluminum Hawse||Heavy-Duty, 4-Way Roller||Blue Anodized Aluminum Hawse||Heavy-Duty, 4-Way Roller||Blue Anodized Aluminum Hawse|
|Remote||Handlebar mounted toggle & 10' Handheld Remote||Handlebar mounted toggle & 10' Handheld Remote||Handlebar mounted toggle & 10' Handheld Remote||Handlebar mounted toggle & 10' Handheld Remote||Handlebar mounted toggle & 10' Handheld Remote||Handlebar mounted toggle & 10' Handheld Remote|
|Dimensions||13.2" l. x 4.5" d. x 4.8" h. (335mm l. x 114mm d. x 122mm h.)||13.2" l. x 4.5" d. x 4.8" h. (335mm l. x 114mm d. x 122mm h.)||13.4" L x 4.5" D x 4.8" (340mm L x 114mm D x 122mm H)||13.4" L x 4.5" D x 4.8" (340mm L x 114mm D x 122mm H)||15.1" L x 4.5" D x 4.8" (383mm L x 114mm D x 122mm H)||15.1" L x 4.5" D x 4.8" (383mm L x 114mm D x 122mm H)|
|Mounting Bolt Pattern||3.0" x 4.87" (76mm x 124mm)||3.0" x 4.87" (76mm x 124mm)||3.0" x 4.87" (76mm x 124mm)||3.0" x 4.87" (76mm x 124mm)||3.0" x 6.66" (76mm x 169mm)||3.0" x 6.66" (76mm x 169mm)|
|Installed Weight||18.0 lbs (8.16 kg)||15 lbs (6.8 kgs)||20.0 lbs (9.07 kgs)||17 lbs (7.7 kg)||22.0 lbs (9.98 kgs)||19.0 lbs (8.6 kgs)|
|Line Pull &||Amperage||Draw||Line Pull &||Amperage||Draw|
|0 lbs (0 kgs)||25.0 FPM (7.62 MPM) 25 Amps||25.0 FPM (7.62 MPM) 25 Amps||22.5 FPM (6.86 MPM) 19 Amps||22.5 FPM (6.86 MPM) 19 Amps||15.0 FPM (4.57 MPM) 21 Amps||15.0 FPM (4.57 MPM) 21 Amps|
|500 lbs _(227 Kgs)||21.0 FPM (6.40 MPM) 49 Amps||21.0 FPM (6.40 MPM) 49 Amps||19.3 FPM (5.88 MPM) 45 Amps||19.3 FPM (5.88 MPM) 45 Amps||14.0 FPM (4.27 MPM) 35 Amps||14.0 FPM (4.27 MPM) 35 Amps|
|1000 lbs (454 Kgs)||18.0 FPM (5.49 MPM) 71 Amps||18.0 FPM (5.49 MPM) 71 Amps||17.3 FPM (5.27 MPM) 67 Amps||17.3 FPM (5.27 MPM) 67 Amps||13.0 FPM (3.96 MPM) 52 Amps||13.0 FPM (3.96 MPM) 52 Amps|
|1500 lbs (680 Kgs)||15.5 FPM (4.72 MPM) 102 Amps||15.5 FPM (4.72 MPM) 102 Amps||15.3 FPM (4.66 MPM) 90 Amps||15.3 FPM (4.66 MPM) 90 Amps||12.0 FPM (3.66 MPM) 70 Amps||12.0 FPM (3.66 MPM) 70 Amps|
|2000 lbs (907 Kgs)||12.5 FPM (3.81 MPM) 130 Amps||12.5 FPM (3.81 MPM) 130 Amps||13.8 FPM (4.21 MPM) 114 Amps||13.8 FPM (4.21 MPM) 114 Amps||11.0 FPM (3.35 MPM) 87 Amps||11.0 FPM (3.35 MPM) 87 Amps|
|2500 lbs (1134 Kgs)||9.50 FPM (2.90 MPM) 162 Amps||9.50 FPM (2.90 MPM) 162 Amps||12.3 FPM (3.75 MPM) 138 Amps||12.3 FPM (3.75 MPM) 138 Amps||10.0 FPM (3.05 MPM) 102 Amps||10.0 FPM (3.05 MPM) 102 Amps|
|3000 lbs (1161 Kgs)||N/A||N/A||10.8 FPM (3.29 MPM) 164 Amps||10.8 FPM (3.29 MPM) 164 Amps||8.80 FPM (2.68 MPM) 123 Amps||8.80 FPM (2.68 MPM) 123 Amps|
|3500 lbs (1588 Kgs)||N/A||N/A||9.30 FPM (2.83 MPM) 190 Amps||9.30 FPM (2.83 MPM) 190 Amps||7.50 FPM (2.29 MPM) 140 Amps||7.50 FPM (2.29 MPM) 140 Amps|
|4000 lbs (1814 Kgs)||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||6.50 FPM (1.98 MPM) 160 Amps||6.50 FPM (1.98 MPM) 160 Amps|
|4500 lbs (2041 Kgs)||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||5.50 FPM (1.68 MPM) 178 Amps||5.50 FPM (1.68 MPM) 178 Amps|
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I got tired of waiting for nothing to happen so I broke out the Goo Gone and was able to clean up the mess. I measured the size o-ring I needed and ordered a oil and abrasive resistant ultra-strong o-rings from Mcmaster-Carr. I received the o-rings the next day and installed them with some new gear grease and it works better than new.
Update: I got a call back from Superwinch about a week after I talked to them and a follow up today but I already fixed it so I'm not sure what they could do for me anyway. I'll give it 3 stars for now until I give it some more testing and because I shouldn't have had this issue in the first place. With the new O-rings and grease it free spools nice now.
The winch itself is pretty good. After having it apart I kind of expected some better quality and the o-ring thing was fixable. What really turned me off was the customer service. Seems to be an ongoing thing that customer service is going down hill.
Wiring the winch is simple enough. The instructions are confusing, but there's no magic to wiring a winch. Run the heavy guage hot and ground wires from the battery to the relay. Actually, there was a ground point near the battery, so I ran the ground wire to that. Saved room in the battery box; it's pretty tight in there. I wired the fuse in next to the battery... Then run the hot and ground to from the relay to the winch. The wires are color coded. The instructions suggest putting the relay close to the battery. I didn't have a dry place to mount the relay near the battery, so placed it closer to the winch. Short (black & red) and long (yellow & blue) pairs of heavy wire are supplied with the winch. I used them and for the Honda Pioneer (relay under the front hood) the wires were the perfect length. I included an image. DON'T follow my image to wire your winch. I swapped the black and red, for the blue and yellow because of the length of runs I needed. So for me, the yellow was hot from the battery and the blue was ground. Easy.
Wiring the switch is simple. You find a power source for the switch (either always hot, or hot when the key is 'on'). Then there are two longer wires which clip on to the relay. If the winch goes 'in' when you press the 'out' rocker... swap the two wires on the relay. Easy.
I wired in the remote switch as well. Placed that plug near the winch rocker switch. The wires for the remote plug into the relay as well. Ran the wires with the switch wires. It's a simple enough install (though my explanation might not be).
The synthetic rope is nice. It comes with about four feet of sheath (made of the same stuff the rope is). That sheath is to protect the end of the rope closest to the hook. That end of the rope gets the most abuse, so it's a smart idea to add the extra layer of protection. I bought a KFI 'winch cable hook stopper. It's a round chunk of rubber that allows you to snug the hook up against the hawse (fairlead) to prevent banging the hook around. It clamped on the hook end of the rope. It's a MUST HAVE; just buy it with the winch purchase.
Again, I like the look and feel of the Superwinch. I dragged the machine around the yard abit with the winch. It's a 3,500 lbs so had no problem pulling an 1,100 lbs side-by-side. If I'm really stuck, I'll just double-up with a snatch block. A bigger winch is simply more weight hanging off the front of your machine. Don't need that.
#1. Remove the bumper, install the winch mount, winch and fairlead / hawse, hand start rope / cable per instructions before reinstalling the bumper.
#2. Remove upper dash panel, the lower center of dash has 3 punch marks for the wired remote, drill them out per instructions and install the plug. If you bought a dash switch, remove the center dash panel and install the switch. Cut the wires off the handlebar switch and use them for the dash switch. Run the wires through the firewall and connect the two red wires to the power post under the hood near where it says winch contactor.
#3. Remove passenger seat and storage box. Disconnect the battery, remove lower center floor cowl.
#4. Run wiring from dash, down and across cowl opening to the battery area. Connect the blue and yellow 6 gauge wires to winch per print and run them back to the battery area. Connect black 6 gauge wire to ground terminal on frame under storage box and longer red 6 gauge wire to battery side of starter relay.
#5. Drill a 3/4" or larger hole in bottom of center electrical compartment and run all wiring up through it.
#6. Mount winch contactor and circuit breaker in electrical compartment and hook up wiring according to print.
#7. Reassemble your Ranger, tie down wires, connect the battery, test winch and wind up rope / cable.
I hope this helps any Polaris ranger owner as this is a great winch. I just think Superwinch should post vehicle specific installation instructions online via their website.
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Reviewed in Canada on February 13, 2017
Two things that disappointed me where the mounting bolts for the fairlead were too short. They should be longer to support universal mounting.
You can't use a standard bolt, so I had to go back into town to get something that would work.
There is no rubber stopper supplied. Shame on Superwinch for overlooking this when they supply an aluminium fairlead?Make sure you order one or you will damage the fairlead with the hook.