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8000lb Recovery winch Sale

Electric recovery winches, including jeep winches and truck winches from trusted brands like Promark Offroad, Superwinch and Mile Marker. Cable or synthetic rope winches with up to 17,500lbs capacity.

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9,500lb Midnight Series Recovery Winch

ProMark 9,500lb Midnight Series Electric Recovery Winch

Regular Price: $399.99

Special Price: $329.99

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Superwinch Tiger Shark 9500

Superwinch Tiger Shark 9500 Recovery Winch

Regular Price: $545.99

Special Price: $349.99

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9,500lb Midnight Series Electric Recovery Winch Synthetic Package

ProMark 9,500lb Midnight Series Electric Recovery Winch Synthetic Package

Regular Price: $628.99

Special Price: $449.99

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Superwinch Talon 9.5 Recovery Winch 9,500lb

Superwinch Talon 9.5 Recovery Winch 9,500lb - On Sale!

Regular Price: $1,148.99

Special Price: $659.99

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Superwinch Talon 9.5i Recovery Winch 9,500lb

Superwinch Talon 9.5i Recovery Winch 9,500lb

Regular Price: $1,168.99

Special Price: $699.99

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9,500 Silverback Recovery Winch with Wireless Remote

ProMark 9,500lb Silverback Series Electric Recovery Winch - Wireless

Regular Price: $409.99

Special Price: $325.99

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Superwinch Talon 9.5 SR Recovery Winch 9,500lb

Superwinch Talon 9.5 SR Recovery Winch 9,500lb with Synthetic Rope

Regular Price: $1,665.95

Special Price: $985.99

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Mile Marker SEC9.5 Project ES Electric Recovery Winch

Mile Marker SEC9.5 Project ES Electric Recovery Winch

Regular Price: $738.04

Special Price: $547.99

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Mile Marker SI9.5 Recovery Winch

Mile Marker SI9.5 Recovery Winch

Regular Price: $977.92

Special Price: $689.99

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Mile Marker SEC8 Electric Recovery Winch

Mile Marker SEC8 Electric Recovery Winch

Regular Price: $590.12

Special Price: $345.95

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8,000lb Midnight Series

ProMark 8000 lb Midnight Series Electric Recovery Winch

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Regular Price: $414.99

Special Price: $309.99

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Mile Marker SEC8 Project ES Electric Recovery Winch

Mile Marker SEC8 Project ES Electric Recovery Winch

Regular Price: $563.32

Special Price: $429.99

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8000 lb Midnight Series Electric Recovery Winch Synthetic

ProMark 8000 lb Midnight Series Electric Recovery Winch Synthetic Package

Regular Price: $558.60

Special Price: $399.99

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Mile Marker SEC8 Scout Project ES Electric Recovery Winch

Mile Marker SEC8 Scout Project ES Recovery Winch Synthetic Package

Regular Price: $826.75

Special Price: $559.99

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8,000 Silverback Series Winch

ProMark 8000 lb Silverback Series Electric Recovery Winch - Wireless

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Regular Price: $404.99

Special Price: $329.99

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10,000lb Midnight Series Sale

ProMark 10,000lb Midnight Series Electric Recovery Winch

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Regular Price: $404.99

Special Price: $329.99

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Superwinch LP8500 Recovery Winch 8,500 lb

Superwinch LP8500 Recovery Winch 8,500 lb

Regular Price: $750.65

Special Price: $379.95

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Superwinch LP10000 Recovery Winch 10,000 lb

Superwinch LP10000 Recovery Winch 10,000 lb

Regular Price: $750.65

Special Price: $419.99

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10,000lb Midnight Series Electric Recovery Winch Synthetic Package

ProMark 10,000lb Midnight Series Electric Recovery Winch Synthetic Package

Regular Price: $677.99

Special Price: $484.99

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10,000 Silverback Recovery Winch

ProMark 10,000lb Silverback Series Electric Recovery Winch - Wireless

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Regular Price: $444.99

Special Price: $394.99

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12,000lb Recovery Winch Midnight Series

ProMark 12,000lb Midnight Series Electric Recovery Winch

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Regular Price: $549.99

Special Price: $449.99

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Mile Marker SI12 12000lb Recovery Winch

Mile Marker SI12 12000lb Recovery Winch

Regular Price: $1,048.00

Special Price: $729.99

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Mile Marker SEC12 Project ES 12000lb Recovery Winch

Mile Marker SEC12 Project ES 12000lb Recovery Winch

Regular Price: $829.45

Special Price: $615.99

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12,000lb Midnight Series Electric Recovery Winch Synthetic Package

ProMark 12,000lb Midnight Series Electric Recovery Winch Synthetic Package

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Regular Price: $796.99

Special Price: $569.99

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12,000lb Silverback Series Winch

ProMark 12,000lb Silverback Wireless Electric Recovery Winch

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Regular Price: $679.99

Special Price: $449.99

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Superwinch Talon 12.5 Recovery Winch 12,500lb

Superwinch Talon 12.5 Recovery Winch 12,500lb

Regular Price: $1,208.99

Special Price: $829.95

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Superwinch Talon 12.5i Recovery Winch 12,500lb

Superwinch Talon 12.5i Recovery Winch 12,500lb

Regular Price: $1,228.99

Special Price: $849.95

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Superwinch Talon 12.5 SR Recovery Winch 12,500lb

Superwinch Talon 12.5 SR Recovery Winch 12,500lb with Synthetic Rope

Regular Price: $1,725.99

Special Price: $1,149.95

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Superwinch Tiger Shark 11,500 Recovery Winch

Superwinch Tiger Shark 11,500 lb Recovery Winch

Regular Price: $779.99

Special Price: $499.99

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Superwinch Tiger Shark 13,500 Recovery Winch

Superwinch Tiger Shark 13,500 Recovery Winch

Regular Price: $935.99

Special Price: $629.99

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Choosing a Jeep Winch or Truck Recovery Winch

A winch is a crank, a cable and a wheel drum. Put one of these things on your Jeep or truck, and it instantly becomes its own tow force. A winch isn’t just for towing cars, however, it can be used to drag heavy items out of a truck bed, or pull items to and from the construction site or barn. Whatever type of heavy-duty pulling you’re doing, a winch will take some of the pain out of the job, letting you focus more on your work.

Before you start with your winch installation, make sure to read over the owner’s manual. refamiliarize yourself with key safety points and precautions. This is much easier than explaining to your wife why you needed to take a trip to the hospital from a winch accident caused by irresponsibility.

Line Pull Rating

After that’s out of the way, you should figure out your line pull rating. A winch pull rating tells you what kind of pressure you can place on the cable and drum motor before it blows out. An average truck should carry the capacity of no less than 8,000 lbs, and can go up to 17,500 lbs. A heavy vehicle in the mud with popped tires, for example, will likely take about 15,000 lbs of pure power.

Consider what you will be using your winch for. If it’s to pull something little like an ATV or snowmobile, then you probably don’t need the maximum line strength. But if you’ll be doing heavy towing with big objects, that could get stuck in terrible muck, a stronger winch is for you.

Synthetic or Steel Cable?

Do you need an electric recovery winch for a Jeep, Toyota, or 4x4? You've got two choices for the cable on your winch: steel and synthetic. Steel cable has been around the towing world for much longer and is known for its strength during murky times.Synthetic rope, on the other hand, is a newer product offering, and although it was originally intended for ships and sailing, the synthetic models are rapidly growing in the automobile industry.

Steel Cable

Steel cable gives you the most options in terms of price as synthetic rope tends to be a bit more pricey. Under abrasion, found during farming, lawn care, forestry and rugged trails, steel cables will meet and exceed expectations. Since steel has been the only choice for so long, many ATV enthusiasts don’t want their line made from anything else. As long as they are dampening the winch line with a heavy coat or blanket, staying clear when towing and not endangering the lives of anyone around, then there is no problem with using a steel cable for tough conditions.

Synthetic Rope

Originally intended for marine use, synthetic rope has tremendous power in the face of harsh conditions. With such success on the sea, the synthetic rope was transferred into truck and Jeep winches. Now, you can get synthetic rope for your vehicle’s winch. One of the most popular aspects of going the synthetic route is safety. Steel cable can break and whip back into you or someone around you. Synthetic rope on the other hand, doesn’t harness as much energy, so when it breaks it doesn’t cause as much damage. It’s also easier on the hands.

Synthetic winch rope floats in water and is much lighter in weight than steel cable. Plus, if it breaks, you can easily splice the rope and continue winching with your truck winch. Although a winch with synthetic rope costs more than one with steel cable, the unique benefits make up for the difference in price.

Mounting your Truck or Jeep Winch

The way you mount your truck winch or jeep winch will depend on the make and model of your vehicle, as not all winches and vehicles will be compatible with one another. Mounting you winch on the front bumper gives you a clear line of site to and from your vehicle and the one being towed. If you’re planning on towing heavy items that require a lot of torque and power, then consider mounting it in the back.

Winch Motor

Winches are powered either by an electric motor or a hydraulic motor. The type you buy will depend on the work your doing and the vehicle you own.

An electric winch will usually have a faster winding speed, and wiring the device to your battery and relay box is fairly easy. Often, electric models will conveniently come with a winch remote control, so you can stand clear in case your line were to snap or hook were to break. Because you will be harnessing your battery to power the winch, you need to look at your vehicles power capacity. Find the winch amperage and double check your vehicle’s battery and alternator can deliver the proper amount of amps to power both the winch and truck. If it isn’t the right capacity, you’ll have a hard time getting the winch to run, and might even need to install a dual-battery system or better alternator.

Hydraulic winches normally use your truck or Jeep’s power steering pump to wind the drum. Hydraulic truck winches are considered more reliable in that they won’t be affected by water or low battery power. If you’re going to be towing in mud, near a body of water or possibly in the rain, then a hydraulic winch is the way to go. Make sure to cross-check compatibility with your truck and hydraulic winch, because the mounting application varies from model to model.

How to Choose the Right Winch

It’s tough to find the right truck winch for you and your budget. If you’re considering buying a winch for your Jeep or truck, then take into consideration your workload, model compatibility and price tag. Another few factors to check on during your buying process are the warranty, serviceability and upgrades. Make sure that you aren’t getting a lemon by buying a winch that has a solid warranty. If you’re winch breaks, is there a service center near your town that has the capacity to fix it? And once your winch gets out-of-date, make sure that your truck’s electrical system and winch requirements match up. .