|Item Weight||73 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21.3 x 6.3 x 8.6 inches|
|Item model number||1585202|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1585202|
|OEM Part Number||1585202|
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Superwinch 1585202 LP8500 Winch Gen II 12 VDC 8500lbs/3856kg, steel hawse, handheld remote
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- 12 VDC/4.5 hp weather-sealed series wound motor with a 8,500-lb pull rating
- 94' of 5/16" steel wire rope with heavy-duty latched hook and rope thimble and automatic, mechanical load holding braking
- 15' rubber handheld remote for safe operating distances
- Weather-sealed solenoid and circuit breaker
- Powder-coated hawse fairlead and a free spooling lever action clutch
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Top Customer Reviews
The winch itself is strong, everything works as it should, the controller is robust and has stood up to getting wet and being thrown around in my toolbox.
CONCERNS: The finish of the winch hasn't stood up perfectly, but that may be the environment I use it in. I am on the beach weekly, so it gets spray from salt water and salt air constantly. The polished silver parts have surface rust, and the black painted parts are flaking off. To be fair, my friend has a Warn winch and it is doing the same things.
I am using a roller fairlead that has light tabs in it, so I don't know how well the hawse fairlead would work with steel cable instead of synthetic rope.
Overall I am very happy with this winch. I would not hesitate to buy it again.
This winch is still awesome.Read more ›
Here come the important details... To mount the winch, you have to pull all the cable (free-spool) out of the winch to get your fingers into the tiny holes to fit the nuts into. No big deal. Here is the first problem I had with the winch. My buddy and I engaged the winch to coil in the winch line and it didn't work. We checked all the connections and everything was fine. Once I hit the top of the winch with my fist, it started right up! I didn't use the winch until weeks later and I had the same problem with the unit not working. Once again, I tapped the top of the winch and was able to pull my first car onto the trailer. As soon as I got home and had some tools in front of me, off came the plastic box that covers the main battery leads. I could not believe what I found. Three of the six nuts that are used to fasten something electrical were laying at the bottom of the wiring box and the other three were loose (like hand-tightened loose). Once I reattached and tightened everything the winch worked flawlessly.
Aside from the wiring issue, my only other complaint is that the handheld remote is only 15 feet long.Read more ›
I will say one slightly bad thing about this winch package though.... I need 4 slightly longer bolts as my winch bumper has thick steel right in front for where it sits... Went to Lowe's and picked up 4 of em for 5 bucks... not bad. Got some lock-tite as well so it NEVER comes un-done.
Bought this with 2 bud built shackles(very nice and cheap aswell), and a high-lift jack for around 50 bucks which is a great price. and works realy well!
One last thing... this winch obviously isnt a warn... but if your not doing expeditions across Antarctica then save yourself 800 bucks and buy this heavy duty- highly reliable winch... You'll be happy you did!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this a year ago to mount on the front of my car hauler. Have only used it a couple times but it's a lifesaver for the pricePublished 8 days ago by Brian J.
So I used it two times and now it has no power at all I'm really not happy with this super winch not worth the money DONT WASTE your moneyPublished 4 months ago by Guillermo gonzalez
If i could go below 1 star i would...this thing is utter garbage,installed for christmas,today is the 1st day ive used it,this thing wont pull my Jeep in my flat yard. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JOHN ANDERSON
I finally used it last weekend. Did the job. I put a massive load on it pulling my Jeep sideways against two feet of snow. Didn't burn up and the brake held. Can't ask for more.Published 5 months ago by Andy Ryan