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Warn Works PullzAll Winch - Portable Pulling Power

Posted in How To on August 1, 2009
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The whole Warn Works PullzAll package: the 24-volt NiMH-powered PullzAll, rapid charger, and two rachargable battery packs to make sure you don't run out of juice. The durable orange housing has rubber padding around the protruding corners for those sharp impacts, while the handle gets a little extra for a comfortable grip.

Who here likes hernias? How about just a good old-fashioned groin pull while trying to lift the trunk of that dead pine tree into the truck bed? Well we feel the same way, and quickly realized it was time to find something to help out with those unaccompanied, late-night lifts. Something sturdy, small, affordable, and easy to use would be a perfect addition to the tool bag. Warn Works fulfilled all our requirements with its PullzAll handheld winch.

The PullzAll is a lightweight, portable and powerful tool, making it a versatile solution to the majority of daily lifting needs. Weighing in at just 18 pounds, this brawny little handheld can lift up to 1,000 pounds! It comes in either a 110-volt AC corded version or a rechargeable 24-volt DC, NiMH battery-powered model. Whether the 15 feet of 0.218-inch wire rope is being spooled in or out, the PullzAll's electric motor allows for steady operation. Its variable speed, trigger control produces smooth and precise placements of heavy loads. And perhaps best of all, this compact powerhouse has a Load Indicator Display. A series of LED's keeps track of the tension force in the wire rope, with each bar equating to approximately 125 pounds of force. When the 1,000-pound pulling load is exceeded, the overload sensor kicks in. The electric motor is temporarily stopped, enabling the user to remove the tension from the rope and properly adjust the load.

The Warn Works PullzAll is comfortably capable on the construction site, campsite, and anywhere in between. It's a small price to pay compared to that hernia operation.

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