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Old March 30th, 2011, 11:29 AM
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Jeff - my intent was to go through it to understand what I had (oil, condition of internals, brake, etc.) and to ensure it was reliable as I had one occasion when it didn't work. WRT to the motor, I decided to replace it and like the defender V8s, it didn't make sense to replace a 4.0 with a new 4.0 when a 4.6 is not that much more in cost.
In my case the motor I have is a 2.5 or something like that...

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Jeff, the solenoids are like new and the motor worked fine when I tested it. Quit trying to come up with ways to waste time and money on it - I did so already
Galpin, hush! I'm not questioning whether or not everything works...it's more a question of whether I should change/replace parts while the winch is still in 50 pieces. Plus, (as you know) I am planning to relocate the solenoids somewhere. The Albright seems to be an upgrade on the electronic side but at the same time is considerably smaller and therefore much simpler to relocate!

Plus, you know my style by now...I like wasting money!
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Old March 30th, 2011, 12:00 PM
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If you are looking to do some upgrades here is a website you really dont/should look at. Gigglepin4x4

Not sure if Gigglepin sells this but I do know of a company that sells an adapter so that you can put two motors, end on end onto the 8274.
I think this is the motor you are looking for, 6.8hp
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Old March 30th, 2011, 12:04 PM
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Ah Gigglepin, home of winches worth more than my truck...
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I'm with Tom. 4 big honkin Cole Hersee continuous duty solenoids. The ones that are epoxy coated. Dunny done.
What part number?
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Old March 31st, 2011, 07:31 PM
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I've been using 4 200amp continuous duty solenoids in the typical 8274 setup.
I've been considering Albrights, but it would worry me using those. At only 180amp it's down 30% duty cycle and none of my electric winches draw less than 300amps at full load.
Tom, who is the manufacturer and what is the part number of the 200amp continuous duty solenoids?
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http://www.colehersee.com/pdf/master_cat/e_solenoid.PDF

I also use these disconnects:
http://www.colehersee.com/pdf/hot_fe...0AMDisconn.PDF
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Old March 31st, 2011, 10:47 PM
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For amp values check out the performance specs for the XD9000i at the bottom of the page:

http://www.warn.com/truck/winches/src/XD9000i.shtml

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Will the CH-24143 fit in the XD9000i solenoid compartment-its a tight fit? The replacement solenoids sold by Warn have top mount terminals. However, the old rusted solenoids I pulled out of my XD9000i were side mount - they looked very similar to starter solenoids found on older cars.
 
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Old March 31st, 2011, 11:25 PM
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Will the CH-24143 fit in the XD9000i solenoid compartment-its a tight fit?
Sorry, no idea.
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With the factory replacement solenoids for the XD9000i (see below), how long can it safely pull before it burns up - what should be the pull/rest cycle (lets say an average pull yourself out of the mud hole scenarios)?

http://www.amazon.com/WINCH-SOLENOID...=pd_sbs_auto_1
http://www.wanderingtrail.com/Repair...s/DSC04765.jpg

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