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    Default Warn Winch RT2500

    My problem is I can't pass up a deal.

    I have one ATV and a RT2500 Warn Winch on it.

    A freind of mine offered me an unopened in the box brand new RT2500 Warn Winch kit (winch, handlebar switch, rollers) for $150 Canadian (approximately $120 US) no tax and of course no warranty.

    My question is, would you buy this just as a spare for that price, because I really don't have any use for it otherwise.

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    Sounds like a smokin deal I'd mount it on the rear for good measure.
    We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it. We get it rough enough at home; in towns and cities; in shops, offices, stores, banks anywhere that we may be placed

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    Smile Better IDEA....

    You could mount it in the cargo rack of my new Super Wide Track, for say three years test period, and as I am such a nice guy, I'll tell you how it worked out, and return it to you when you need it.

    Buy it for a spare, buy it to stimulate the economy.

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    It depends on what ATV you own. Did you pass on the deal? I had the Warn winch RT 2500 since it was the only option available for Yamaha Grizzly. It has 0.9 hp motor and 154:1 gear ratio. It uses an 8 gauge lead wire and made with a synthetic rope which floats on water, easy to repair, and doesn't kink.

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    8 year old thread...

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