WARN VR EVO8-S Winch W/ Synthetic Rope

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WARN VR EVO8-S Winch W/ Synthetic Rope Info & Specs

Set the standard with the WARN VR EVO8-S Winch. Ideal on 2-door Jeeps and lighter SUVs for everyday pulls and getting yourself out of trouble, the 8-S features IP68-rated waterproof construction, an ultra-reliable Albright® contactor inside a relocatable control pack, and a state-of-the-art, two-in-one remote for added ease of use and versatility. With it’s fast line-speed and lower amp draw, the VR EVO series of winches are the hardest-working standard-duty winches Warn has ever made, with tactical styling that looks great up front at off-roading events or when you’re taking on heavy trails. 

  • Wired Remote Control
  • A powerful series-wound motor and planetary gear train deliver faster line speed under load, with lower amp draw 
  • IP68-rated waterproof winch construction keeps the elements out 
  • High-performance Albright contactor delivers maximum reliability 
  • Control packs can be relocated for low-profile installations 
  • Durable, one-piece cast-aluminum tie-plate for added strength and durability 
  • Limited lifetime warranty for mechanical parts and 7 years on the electrical 
  • Designed, engineered, and tested by WARN engineers in the U.S.A. 
  • Line Length: 90 ft 
  • Line Pull: 8,000 lbs 
  • Max Line Speed: 6 ft/min 
  • Current Draw: 298 amps 
  • Intended Usage: Occasional 
  • Solenoid: Integrated 
  • Line Type: Synthetic Rope

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