Warn Industries introduces new line of winches
click image to zoom When heading out off-roading with your Jeep, SUV, or pickup truck, Warn Industries offers its new ZEON line of winches. Featuring a revolutionary symmetrical design, a quieter motor and a faster pull speed than other winches, the ZEON has the strength and dependability to rescue you from whatever tough situation you might find yourself stuck in. Its models feature pulling capacities ranging between 8,000 lbs. to 12,000 lbs., and all come with either wire or synthetic rope.
Riding through some rough terrain may require the use of an ATV, Side x Side or other off-road vehicle, and having the right kind of winch along could get you out of a lot of trouble. WARN powersports winches such as the ProVantage and Vantage lines enable off-road vehicle operators to get their vehicle over difficult spots or out of ditches, snow or mud holes. They are like having a personal towing service at the push of a button should it ever be needed.
If you’re looking for the ultimate powersports winch, the ProVantage line has pulling capacities ranging from 2,500 lbs. to 4,500 lbs. along with a choice of durable aircraft-grade wire rope or lightweight, easy-to-handle synthetic rope. The ProVantage winches are built using premium components and offer market-leading performance and features.
The Vantage line of winches, with pulling capacities from 2,000 lbs. to 4,000 lbs., offers class-leading performance and reliability in an affordable package. All WARN Vantage winches are available with either aircraft-grade wire rope or synthetic rope.
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