Warn Showcases Two New Products at SEMA ShowPosted in Product Reviews on November 6, 2014
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas, Nevada, is a popular place for the aftermarket to unveil new products. At this year’s 2014 show, Warn debuted a number of new products including the new Warn Zeon Platinum winch lineup and Premium Locking Hubs for 2005-present Ford Super Duty. So what’s up with ‘em? Read on.
Available in 10,000- or 12,000-pound capacity, the Warn Zeon Platinum winches are said to be twice as durable as the previous generation of winches and 20 percent faster with a no-load line speed of up to 44 feet per second. They feature an all-new high-speed motor, stronger gears, and a heat-treated ring gear. Warn says that the motor has the company’s highest durability rating. Another item of interest is the advanced wireless remote. It allows you to control the winch and up to two accessories and it provides operator feedback on winch and vehicle performance. Here’s a surprise: The remote control also controls the winch clutch. That’s right, now the clutch is in your hand and not on the winch.
Warn’s new Premium Manual Locking hubs for 2005-up Ford Super Duty have heat-treated gears, an all-metal cap and dial, and corrosion-resistant stainless steel hardware. Are you rolling chrome wheels on your Super Duty? Warn offers the new locking hubs in chrome. Are you rolling black wheels? Well, guess what? Warn offers the new locking hubs in black powdercoat. You’re covered either way.