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Best Winch

Discussion in 'Off-Roading & Trails' started by Missed Again, Mar 22, 2012.

  1. Missed Again

    Missed Again [OP] New Member

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    I will pick up my new Tacoma tomorrow. One of the items I would like to add to it isa good wench. If anyone out there as anysuggestions as to which is the best fit I would like to hear about it. Thanks for your time and attention.
     
  2. H Bomb

    H Bomb Well-Known Member

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    Warn makes a good winch.
     
  3. Taco Dan

    Taco Dan Well-Known Member

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    ^^this, go with the best.
     
  4. angrysam

    angrysam Bring Yuengling To MN!

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    You can usually find a good wench down at your local watering hole. I prefer bad wenches myself though.

    As for winches- How are you going to mount it, how much do you want to spend and how much are you going to use it?

    Warn makes a great winch and have a very low failure rate. You can save yourself some money with a Smittybuilt or HF Badlands depending on your needs.
     
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    Isaiasgon Well-Known Member

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