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With it’s fast line-speed and lower amp draw, the Warn VR EVO 10-S WINCH is one the hardest-working standard-duty winches we’ve ever made, with tactical styling that looks great up front and at a price that won’t pull you out of your budget.
- A powerful series-wound motor and planetary gear train deliver faster line speed under load, with lower amp draw
- IP68-rated waterproof winch construction keeps the elements out
- High-performance Albright contactor delivers maximum reliability
- Control packs can be relocated for low-profile installations
- Durable, one-piece cast-aluminium tie-plate for added strength and durability
- Two-in-one remote with wired AND wireless options for ease of use and versatility
- Limited lifetime warranty for mechanical parts and 7 years on the electrical
Warn VR EVO 10-S WINCH specifications
|RECOMMENDED USE||Vehicle Recovery|
|MOUNT TYPE||Vehicle Mount|
|VOLTAGE||12 Volt DC|
|ELECTRICAL CONTROL TYPE||Albright Contactor|
|MOTOR TYPE||Series Wound|
|DRIVE GEAR TYPE||3-Stage Planetary|
|GEAR REDUCTION RATIO||218:1|
|LINE DIAMETER (IN)||3/8 Inch|
|LINE LENGTH (FT)||90|
|REMOTE TYPE||2 in 1 plug in remote with wireless capability|
|MOUNTING HOLE QUANTITY||4|
|MOUNTING PATTERN LENGTH (IN)||10 Inch|
|MOUNTING PATTERN WIDTH (IN)||4-1/2 Inch|
|INCLUDES MOUNTING HARDWARE||Yes|
|MAX LINE PULL/ LINE SPEED||10,000 pound/5.2 feet per minute|
|MAX AMP DRAW/ LINE PULL||358 Amps / 10,000 lbs|
Please follow this link to view a basic guide for winching
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How to calculate what size winch you require;
To start, it’s always a good idea to follow our formula for selecting a winch for any truck or SUV. The formula is simply the vehicle’s GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) multiplied by 1.5. For example:
GVWR x 1.5 = minimum pulling capacity
Here’s an example. The lightest-weight Jeep Wrangler JL currently has a GVWR of 5,000 lbs. Multiply that by 1.5 and you get 7,500 lbs. In this case, we’d recommend a winch with an 8,000 lb. Could you go to one with a 10,000 lb. capacity? Indeed; that’s wholly appropriate.
Also remember: GVWR is a number supplied by the vehicle manufacturer noting the maximum weight of the vehicle including passengers, cargo, and fuel. It is not the weight of the vehicle on a scale. You can find the GVWR in your owner’s manual, sometimes on the door jamb, or online.