2000lb ATV Winches
ATV winches and UTV winches from Promark Offroad, Superwinch, and MileMarker. Featuring winches with cable or synthetic rope and 2,000 lbs capacity.
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Regular Price: $166.62
Special Price: $119.99
Regular Price: $299.99
Special Price: $179.99
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2,000 lb ATV and UTV Winches
2,000 lb. ATV and UTV winches are built for those with a sense of adventure. Those looking to travel any path, no matter how muddy, rocky or dirty. A high-quality ATV winch from ProMark OffRoad will give you the power to tackle the most rugged of terrains without the fear of getting stuck in the muck. Whether you love climbing rocky walls, plowing through the mud or journeying through deep snow, ProMark sells the perfect winch for every activity. For recreation or utility, we have the perfect atv winch for you, whether you’re exploring new trails, or helping someone else to get going again. A 2,000 lb. ATV winch will help you and your vehicle avoid getting stranded. Don’t let a great day turn into a messy situation. Getting stuck will ruin your ride and those with you if you don’t have the proper equipment. With a ATV winch from ProMark, you can ride easy knowing that no matter what obstacles lay ahead, you’re prepared to tackle it.
How to Choose the Right Winch Cable
Steel Cable When researching 2,000 lb ATV winches, make sure you’re paying attention to the cable type. Steel cable provides many options that will fit well within your budget, while synthetic rope will dent your wallet a little more. With a steel cable, some find it hassling to dampen their winch line with a heavy coat or blanket. Also, steel is a choice that has been around since the beginning and has developed a strong loyalty among ATV enthusiasts. Synthetic Rope Synthetic rope was originally intended to pull boats, so you know it’s strong in the face of adverse conditions. Synthetic rope is much more safe because it doesn’t break and whip back in your face. Since it doesn’t hold as much energy, if the line snaps, it won’t cause as much damage as a cable made of steel. It’s also easier on the hands and floats in water. Many of the benefits outweigh the cost, it’s just a matter of personal preference and budget.