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Old December 1st, 2014, 10:44 PM
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Where did you source the Stainless adjusting studs?

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Waiting for my 4/0 terminal lugs to come in.

The switch is a carling two-position momentary (up - winch out, down - winch in)

Going for a Gigglepin-style end-of-motor mount. Stainless adjusting studs are extra length to fit an upgraded 9.5xp motor if my prestolite ever dies.
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Old December 2nd, 2014, 07:08 AM
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Where did you source the Stainless adjusting studs?
McMaster.

Also note that Gigglepin is now selling their own off-label Albright-style contactor for 65 GBP. Looks like a dual contactor just like the DC88P, although with different terminal stud arrangement, wider spacing on the spade terminals, and different constructor. It's price competitive with the

http://gigglepin4x4store.gostorego.c...contacter.html

Still looks like the Warn 34969 is still the only triple contactor (for hoisting) but the price is ridonculous.
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Old December 3rd, 2014, 08:06 AM
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Studs are McMaster Part Number 92997A329 - 18-8 Stainless Steel Adjusting and Positioning Stud (1/4"-20 thread, 8" OAL, 2.5" and 3/8" thread lengths).
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Thanks for the info!
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Chris,

If you order those for yours order me an extra set while you are at it..
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Old December 17th, 2014, 06:05 AM
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Regarding 8274 motors:

It turns out that the latest and greatest in 8274 motor swaps is not the 9.5xp motor, but actually Warn part#70865, which is the motor from the Industrial 15 winch. Quite fast.
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Old December 17th, 2014, 06:25 AM
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how can it be faster ? whats the HP rating and the max RPM
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Old December 17th, 2014, 07:11 AM
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good question, Ed. I need to ask Warn, but the 9.5xp specs show the motor draws up to 482 amps at max pull, while the Industrial 15 motor tops out at 561 amps at max pull.

Assuming identical efficiency, the 9.5xp motor would be a 5.8kW motor, while the Industrial 15 motor would be a 6.7kW motor (at 12V).

As far as max RPM goes, I was under the impression that all series wound motors have effectively identical max RPMs at a no load condition (meaning, under no load, they experience complete runaway), and the stall torque (amps) is what defines the rpms at a given load. I could definitely be wrong.

As an addendum, I am installing a 500A battery isolator solenoid for my winch cutoff.
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In a pointless exercise in overkill, I'm finally done.

I'll post more/better photos and writeups once the weather is less rainy.

I tested the 500 amp isolator solenoid with some 30-40 second pulls of my truck with the brakes locked on tarmac. Worked great. Had to rewire the entire MUD UK dash to clean it up in the process, which took two weeks.
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We expect nothing less Ed

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Old January 4th, 2015, 12:39 PM
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That's really sweet Ed. So all of this is a warm up for your two-up motor conversion, right?
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Old January 4th, 2015, 02:27 PM
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Cool build thanks !
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As an addendum, I am installing a 500A battery isolator solenoid for my winch cutoff.
Hey Ed, digging up your thread from last year... I'm planning to use the same isolator solenoid for my Superwinch setup. I'm using 2/0 cables from batt to winch. I haven't ordered the solenoid yet, bc I'm not sure if the that PAC500 contact posts are far enough apart to accommodate two big 2/0 lugs - my concern is the two lugs _could_ be touching.

Seeing you have already done this with a 3/0 cable and lug to the same solenoid... would you mind sharing some pictures and specifics of your solenoid install?

Really appreciate your help!

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I'll see if I can get a few pics today for you . I've had this truck under some hard pulls with no issues at all .

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Hi Chris,

Here are some photos. If you use 4/0 (and 3/0 I guess) terminals, you will definitely have a space issue.

Solving it for me involved:
1. Installing the connectors and winch motor wires at an angle.
2. Using a spacer to lift the DC +12V wire above the control wires.

I'm not sure I would recommend running really big wire from the solenoid to the motor. In retrospect, it was a real waste of space and money. I'm not sure I gained anything with a 6" or 8" run of wire. In fact, it made my life a lot worse because I had to play silly games to get everything to fit

If I were to re-do it, I would personally go with 1/0g or 1g for the top terminals (but that's just silly, insane me)
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Ed, you are slipping up. You have had the opportunity handed to you on a platter to go into insane technical detail on the resistive load differences between 1/0, 3/0 and 4/0 wire over a 6-8" length and the resulting difference in capability of the winch. With the math to prove it.
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Old January 7th, 2017, 11:38 AM
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Ed, you are slipping up. You have had the opportunity handed to you on a platter to go into insane technical detail on the resistive load differences between 1/0, 3/0 and 4/0 wire over a 6-8" length and the resulting difference in capability of the winch. With the math to prove it.
I know...I'm sorry - I'm a huge nerd. It's innate. I should probably get a life...
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If you keep to 2/0 cable you should be able to mount like this :



'sonoronos', what are the lug covers your using ?
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Old January 8th, 2017, 08:47 AM
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'sonoronos', what are the lug covers your using ?
Hi Andy,

Nice job on your truck!

The lug covers are a generic 4/0 terminal boots that you can get from many suppliers. I got mine in a big bag from Waytekwire. I like Waytekwire's service but their shipping is a little steep for small lots. There's other places that are cheaper nowadays (genuinedealz, etc.) since these parts are so simple to produce.

https://www.waytekwire.com/item/2352...-4-0-GA-Black/
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Lug or Ring Terminal Boot for Single Stud fits 4/0 AWG - Black Genuinedealz.com
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Thanks, Ed's.
I like the idea of using washers/spacers - it's something I need to do.
Do you have a picture of your isolator, and how that's hooked up? Thanks!
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