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I tried to turn my Warn Vantage 2000 into neutral to spool out the line and the clutch is very stiff... I got it.
When trying to engage it again, it was also very stiff and I ended up breaking off the thumb tab -- so I guess I will need to buy a new gear end housing for that.
Anyway, is there some maintenance that is needed to keep the clutch turning smoothly or some trick I am missing?
I'm really considering this utv. Before any negative comments about this machine remember I did everything I wanted with a 250 Ozark. My 09 rubicon was over kill. I'll use it for snow plowing bulldozing logging and cruising. So I can spend 8,500 on a ruby or the 500 pioneer.
Hey guys , i think i made mistake when purchased my machine when i thought id be fine with a manual lift moose plow set up .
plow is great , takes a beating , very satisfied however the manual lift for it just kicks my ass after 4 hours or so. Lol
so im looking at changing over to a winch , no biggie im definitely going to do it ,
where my question is , when looking at winches i came to the divide in the trail ...nylon rope ,or old style cable ? I will be,only using this for plowing that is all , i use choke cables and tug straps for other work ...... somwhat do you think guys , its not a price issue , im looking for longterm dependability.... i questioned the rope getting wet while plowing , maybe no biggie not sure. ..
thanks guys. Airborne
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Honestly I could just go ahead and make this system myself, and I'm fairly sure it would work, but I thought I'd bounce this idea off a mechanically minded community to see if there are any ideas how I could improve on the design.
Since I'm only familiar with ATV winches at this point that's what I've imagined using. But if anyone is aware of a 110v based winch that would be more appropriate, that would surely help in simplifying powering the system since it'll be located indoors. Only requirement for the winch would be that it would need both an in and out function operated by a remote switch. And since the winch would only need to pull between 10-20 lbs it wouldn't need to be nearly as beefy as the ATV type.
Sorry for the long write up here but I'm certainly glad for your time and open to your opinions and suggestions.
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