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WARN M12000 Self-Recovery Winch
WARN M12000 Self-Recovery Winch

WARN M12000 Self-Recovery Winch

$2,328.74

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Warn M12000 Self-Recovery Winch is heavy-duty that will get you or your buddy out of any tough spot. The Winch delivers plenty of power, torque and quick no-load retrieval – up to 30 feet per minute.

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WARN M12000 Self-Recovery Winch

WARN M12000 Self-Recovery workhorse of a winch is great for heavy-duty jobs. The WARN M12000 Self-Recovery delivers plenty of power, torque and quick no-load retrieval – up to 30 feet per minute. Plus, with a low-profile design, it’ll fit where you need it. It’s powered by a 4.6 hp. Series-Wound motor and our proven 3-stage planetary geartrain for smooth, efficient operation. And with 125′ of 3/8 diameter wire rope, the M12000 is the solution to recovering your big truck or SUV.

WARN M12000 Self-Recovery Winch M12000 Specs:

  • Rated Line Pull: = 12000 lbs.
  • Voltage: = 12V
  • Motor: = 4.6 HP
  • Remote Control: = Remote switch, 12 ft. lead
  • Gear Ratio: = 261.1
  • Size: = 24.37 in. x 8.45 in. x 11 in.
  • Weight: = 136 lbs.
  • Wire Rope = 125 ft. of 3/8
  • Fairlead = Roller
  • Type of Winch: = Electric

Part #: WARN17801

Mfg: Warn 

Weight 98 lbs
Dimensions 26 x 8 x 20 in

Add-Ons

Safety Thimble II – Black

$74.95

The Black Safety Thimble II is designed to prevent the thimble from getting pulled into the fairlead. The Safety Thimble II is for 5/16 to 7/16″ synthetic winch ropes.

Standard Soft Shackle – Tactical Recovery Equipment

$25.95

TRE Soft Shackles are made from Dyneema SK75 synthetic fiber rope with a minimum breaking strength of 32,000 lbs.  Available in most popular colors. They are a high strength, lightweight, and easier to handle alternative for most situations requiring the use of a steel shackle.

Black Aluminum Hawse Fairlead – Tactical Recovery Equipment

$49.95

The Standard Black Aluminum Hawse Fairlead by TRE is  to be used with synthetic winch rope. It has been designed to provide the proper radius needed to keep from damaging or fraying your winch line even under load or during angled pulls.