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MudWild680

Brand New Viper Max 4000lb winch

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She's brand new

Just got it in the mail this past Saturday

Changed my mind about what im doing with my bike.

So here it is up for sale.

Viper Max 4000lb winch

comes with a snatch block and the roller fairlead

has the "Aircraft Grade" wire rope.(as it says on the box)

There was supposed to be a winch cover included,

it was not included, im working that out right now.

If i get my hands on it, it will be included once i get it.

$160 shipped

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Paypal preferred.

How ever, i will accept money orders also.

Any questions? Just PM me or reply here.

Thanks

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The old one is infact toast.

it wouldnt pull a 04 yamaha 125 dirt bike up a steep river bank on its wheels!

But um, im going with a Mile Marker winch more then likely.

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