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jeffreyscott

Winch Remote - Have A Question

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i just went over to the motor sports store and got a remote for my winch it used to i just got the four wheeler a little while ago im trying to touble shoot it and was just wondering if anybody had that issue before thanks jeff

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i just went over to the motor sports store and got a remote for my winch it used to i just got the four wheeler a little while ago im trying to touble shoot it and was just wondering if anybody had that issue before thanks jeff

jeffreyscott, If you could be a little more clear and specific with your question I think it would help in answering your question.

I can tell you that some of the more expensive winches use a remote that have both a forward and a reverse, the least expensive winches do not have a reverse only a forward the reverse is done manually by hand.

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sorry guys i got it going and now im just ready to put new tires on her and take her for a spin lol but the remote has a reverse and a foward button in and out thanks guys i ll get back to ya later

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