So i finally decided to start a build thread on my Nissan Xterra. He is a 2003 Nissan Xterra XE 4X4 Auto in the incredibly rare Atomic Orange (only 993 ever built). At the time of purchase (February 2020) he only had 127,000 but kinda sorta neglected by the previous owners. I managed to scoop...
I have a brand-new Warn M8274 winch I purchased for a restoration project but as the costs of the restoration are escalating, I'm selling the winch to offset some of those costs. The winch is brand-new, never used and still in the original box.
I paid $2,150 and am willing to sell for $2,000...
20,000 pound maximum capacity snatch block with grease port
2 inch x 8 feet tree trunk protector rated to 14,000 pound capacity
2 inch x 30 feet recovery strap rated to 14,400 pound capacity
3/4 inch D-shackles
Heavyweight denier carry bag
I’ve got a new in box Warn PowerPlant 12k winch + compressor. Bought for project that has changed. Unopened and brand new. I’m in Coleville, Ca and can meet on the east side of the Sierras from Mammoth to Reno. $1850 new, selling for $1650.
REDUCED TO $1450
One of the great things about Warn winches is their serviceability. When I first got my XD9000i it wouldn't go into freespool. The entire planetary gear assembly was removed, cleaned and got a fresh coating of grease and hasn't had an issue in over 7 years of ownership.
Late last Fall there...
Quick introduction: My name is Christopher where I live in Louisiana just south of New Orleans; however, for the past 5 years I’ve been in Europe - UK to be exact just outside of London. I was lucky enough to have a new Defender 110 with the company while there but because of the import rules...
Selling my 1990 Toyota pickup, v6, 4wd, sr5, power everything, 5speed manual. Lots done to the truck over the last four years. Want to sell to fund a new project. Great truck and is my daily driver.
-3.0 liter 3vze v6.
- new long block motor from...
In the market for a new winch but not sure the type of winch or better yet, what all the parts of a winch are?
OutdoorX4 4x4 Columnist Bob Wohlers discusses this in detail in the link below and it's an excellent resource for anyone, even if you already own a winch on your rig...
OutdoorX4 Magazine recently had the opportunity to tour the WARN production facility in Oregon. Words can't begin to impart how impressed we are with the entire team whose ingenuity and passion is evident in the American-made products they build. Read all about it by visiting our website in the...