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T-Max 10,000-Pound Integrated Series Winch

Posted in How To on September 1, 2006
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Photographers: Alan Huber

A lot more winch companies are popping up with price tags reading half of what a high-quality winch costs. Well, the rule of thumb is that you get what you pay for. What you save in greenbacks, you sometimes sacrifice in quality of componentry and potential reliability (or lack thereof). But maybe there's a happy medium: maybe there's a winch available that doesn't cost too much, but still comes with reliable, quality components. Well, we think we might have found that winch. In fact, we think this winch very well might up that ante and offer one of the highest quality winches for around a hundred bucks less than what a comparable winch would cost. Read on and you might very well find yourself wanting to take a step on the Australian side with T-Max winches.

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Winch T-Max 10,000-Pound Integrated Series
Rated Line Pull 10,000 pounds
Motor 6.6hp series wound
Gear Train Three-stage planetary
Gear Ratio 218:1
Brake Automatic in the 2.52-inch-diameter drum
Wire Rope {{{100}}} feet 231/464-inch cable
Weight (lb) 88
Dimensions (in) 21.15x6.3x10.0
Line speed (feet per minute)
No Load 28.7
2,000 pounds 16.5
4,000 pounds 12.6
6,000 pounds 9.4
8,000 pounds 8.8
10,000 pounds 6.4


T-Max Winch/Stutz Industries

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