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Thread: New 12v Runva 9500lb winch for sale

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    New 12v Runva 9500lb winch for sale

    I have a brand new Runva 9500lb (4300kg) winch for sale

    It was purchased for lifting firewood from gullies but i am now using a petrol powered capstan winch -and it is doing the job.

    I have never used it, wiring and assorted parts/assembly kit is still in its wrapping.

    It has been filled with Dyneema rope from the factory, and comes with a remote control.

    All manuals and wiring diagrams included.

    $600

    Last edited by 7mmsaum; 11-11-2016 at 09:31 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    Chur but I'm 24V

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    Forgot that.

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    Can I suggest to any potential buyer that they open the winch up and ensure all the seals are present. Especially the main ones between the motor and the winch housing and also at the other end between the housing and the gearbox. My last two Runva winches had the seal at the motor end missing. On the first winch I never checked, I just threw it on the pointy end of my Landcruiser and went bush, 6 months later, luckily at the end of a long winch up a steep climb, it shorted out and died with about 20 metes of rope laying on the ground. When I opened it up it had about a cup of water inside the motor.
    Not to put anyone off as they are a good winch for the money. I will happily buy one again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gimp View Post
    Chur but I'm 24V
    The 24v guys only hook it up to one battery .
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmsaum View Post
    The 24v guys only hook it up to one battery .
    You can, but you will be replacing batteries frequently. A 24 volt alternator cannot recharge the flatter battery properly once the winch has drained it, A 24 volt system running two batteries is meant to drain and recharge both batteries at equal rates.

 

 

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