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A few months ago my truck’s clutch slave cylinder busted, and my shop space is on an incline so there was no way to push the truck in there, except with the tractor, which scraped the paint and made some small dents in the bumper — no biggie since the truck’s almost 20 years old with over 210,000 miles on it. Pulling it over 100 feet with a come-along would’ve taken too long, but the Warn PullzAll winch could’ve saved my day.

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Tell your story about your Warn winch, share the photos or video, and win a Warn winch…  It sounded better when it wasn’t only for people who own Warn winches. Still, if you do own a winch, from Warn, you’ve got till August 30, 2008 to tell your story and maybe win a new M8000 winch.

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Think of this tool as the half-way point between a winch and a come-along.  Phillip writes: “You’ll want one of these if you use a come-along very often.  Warn just introduced a 110 VAC and a 24 VDC version, both of which come in chainsaw-looking cases and weigh just 15 pounds.”

Indeed, both the corded and the cordless versions each are rated at 1,000 pounds of lift or drag.  Each includes a variable speed trigger to help you control the pull speed, and they operate in forward and reverse.

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