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ZUKIWORLD Reviews: Warn Industries introduces another great product

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Warn Industries introduces another great product.-Junior

MOAB, UT. -There’s no doubt that Warn Industries knows what the off-highway enthusiast needs. They’ve taken that tried and true reliability we’ve all become accustom to and applied it to this handy 6000-pound ‘mighty-mini’ puller.

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From it’s floor mounted cradle within the safety of the vehicle, a user can simply pull a pin to remove it, slide it into the vehicles receiver, and then plug it in for power. Presto, the most versatile receiver mounted winch on the market today. Use it to recover your light duty SUV, excavate unwanted brush or trees, or drag that heavy object onto a trailer. It does have many uses.

It plugs directly into any stock 2 inch receiver and requires two simple connections at the battery. It comes complete with fairlead, hook, and hand control toggle. Use it on a trailer, in the bed of a truck, or inside a box van where driving a vehicle into it is impossible.

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There just isn’t a better name on the market than Warn when it comes to quality. From light duty vehicle recovery to simply working around the house, this new product’s bound to be a hit in more that just the off-road market.

 

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