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Old April 12th, 2005, 12:46 PM
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8274 also holds a respectable amount more cable that most other winches.

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Is 650 too much for a used 8274 that has been fully rebuilt other than the motor? Seems a little high, but it looks like these winches hold value better than any piece of 4x4 equipment I have ever seen
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650 seems fair, do they have picks? I am not intrested in buying one so I'll give my $.02 without threat of buying it. Does it come with a cable?
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I got the guy down to 600, the thing is totally rebuilt minus motor and has cable. It is old though, going on 30 years old though. http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...ight=warn+8274. It doesn't have the controller though, the original version from warn which isn't a big deal but just an additioanl thing to purchase
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Hi there,


I'll get back to the original question, probability of using a hydraulic winch such as the mile marker.

I drive a D110 runs on diesel, so I'm not worried about loosing a winch power since shut down of the engine.

The engine runs well also at deep water crossing, and actually when I go off road I never shut it down (except when need some silent). So hydraulic seems better to me.


To fit a hydraulic winch it is not recommended to use the original power steering pump since:


1.This pump belongs to the steering cycle. You donít wanna destroy it.

2.This pump gives you sufficient flow rate (GPM) with a nice pressure output, BUT right at the output you have a restrictor, which reduce the pressure down. It's good for the steering box but not sufficient for the winch.

3.Both costumers on the same pump will boil the ATF liquid. At most of the winching period you use the steering system to "fix" yourself.


Try to get a PTO hydraulic, oil cooler & a reservoir can for the extra oil. Or use a ZF belted pump with the rest of the kit (includes brackets, belt, bolts EctÖ). I recommend the second option Ė it's more cheep & common.


I use those at a quite hot region (Israel) & it never failed, also used it at the army on a humvy & land rovers. Very reliable system,

but on the civil life it fits to rally vehicles which donít trust on the electric engines due to heavy duty usage.


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get also a nice website for those:
http://www.4x4winches.com/prices.htm
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Is anyone out there running a milemarker hydro winch (non-pto)? If so what is your set up.
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Quote:
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Is anyone out there running a milemarker hydro winch (non-pto)? If so what is your set up.
i'm running a milemarker with a hydro pump of a citroen berlingo. it's an electrical pump.
i also use a cooler & an extension tank of ZF (similar to the steering kit).

any ?
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