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Old July 23rd, 2009, 09:46 PM
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Nadim Samara
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I have two M8274-50s on my Disco truggy, one M8000 on the Rangie classic, and had a Ramsey REP6000 on the daily driver Disco...

If the space isn't an issue, and you can afford it...the M8274-50 is the BEST ELECTRICAL WINCH BAR NONE...

That's my story and I'm sticking with it!
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Old July 23rd, 2009, 09:57 PM
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I would get the PTO driven version of this:

http://4x4winches.com/index.php?page=winch_systems.htm
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For competition sure . and the 8274-50 is great, especially if you fit the gigglepin dual motor housing and dual Zena 200A generators, not really suitable for this build though because they block a whole lot of intercooler/rad up front and the door in the back

Hydraulic up front to pull people out of ditches every time it snows, electric in the back to pull myself out of the nose-dive into the creek that did not look anywhere near as deep as it ended up being, nothing like having the front end at a 45% down angle into the mud and not being able to get to the winch at all.
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