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12-19-2011 03:47 PM
Quadratec Just to let everyone know there is a cordless version of the Pullz-All available also. We saw there were a couple comments about the limitations of the corded one so we figured we would share.
12-19-2011 12:05 PM
mikes05unlimited Thank you. Will try to.
12-19-2011 11:59 AM
DarthJeep Congrats. Let's see some pics of it in use when you get too.
12-19-2011 11:49 AM
mikes05unlimited HAAAAAAA That's me!! Thank you very much. My parents thank you also, it will make things so much easier around the yard and neighborhood. Thanks again
12-19-2011 11:46 AM
Quadratec After much thought and consideration for all of your great responses, we finally chose a winner. Congratulations to mikes05unlimited! Big thanks to everyone who entered and shared their stories and thoughts with us. We are planning on doing giveaways like this in the future so keep your eyes out for the next chance to win another awesome prize!
12-19-2011 10:56 AM
Have you ever seen Jurassic Park?

If you've ever seen the first Jurassic Park where they are at the T-Rex cage and the goat is getting lowered into the pen then you can see what I'd be using the winch for.

I have a fat dog that is too lazy to get his ass up in the back of the Jeep. With this winch and some well placed pulleys I can start getting his lard ass out with me on more hikes.

Love the dog but I'm tired of picking his 100+ pounds up...
12-19-2011 01:09 AM
Powertrip I could use it after an all night bender, to pull the fat chick off of me!
12-18-2011 11:53 PM
pissykitten I would use the PullzAll to avoid pulling ticks out of my hair and clothing the next time we bag a deer.
Every year we bag several large deer that need to be hung. Every year I end up on the hug-and-lift end of an elaborate rope/rafter/pulley system designed by my husband (an engineer, of course). These deer are inevitably swarming with ticks and fleas jumping ship, right onto me as my husband tugs, pulls and ties off and I hug and lift (or vice versa). A PullzAll would eliminate the inevitable back ache and tick picking session that follows hanging game, not to mention make adjusting the hang-height during field dressing much less of a production. Right now that involves more hugging and dancing under a half skinned (but just as stinky) dead weight as my husband unties and reties the ropes. So although winning a PullzAll would significantly decrease the entertainment value for our neighbors, I for one, would be greatly appreciative.
12-18-2011 12:29 AM
Battlement That would be a real handy piece of equipment to have around hunting camp. Usually have the generator there and that would make easy work of hanging up game. We use the winches on the ATV's but this would be much easier to rig up.

Could have used something like this recently stretching some chain link fencing tight, and for pulling the side by side up on the trailer when it wouldn't start. Used the old hand come-along on both those, but this would have been a lot easier and more safety and control.
12-16-2011 10:05 AM
Quadratec Good responses so far! Keep em coming!
12-14-2011 11:19 AM
Originally Posted by BlackedOutYJ View Post
Damn that's a tiny car if your gonna pull it up hill with a 1,000 winch. Lmao
Mitsu Mirage....Light enuff.....
12-14-2011 11:03 AM
JeepLoverz I would give it to my husband who is always helping people out, and never askes for help in return although he appreciates it greatly. He is mechanic and is planning on building a garage outside our house and I think this would help him out alot b/c he is constantly lifting stuff that is way to heavy for him. He would use this alot im sure! He is also doing an engine swap on his jeep wrangler, Just think the pullzall would make him one happy man. Especially if it helps with the swap! Merry Christmas.
12-14-2011 10:00 AM
Originally Posted by Diverdown87
Could use it to pull my daughters car up the driveway and into the garage from where the tow truck left it after it broke down. This way I could work on it on a level, dry, concrete surface and not be dropping %$&^% bolts and stuff into the grass only to be found by they lawn mower later.
Damn that's a tiny car if your gonna pull it up hill with a 1,000 winch. Lmao
12-14-2011 09:37 AM
Diverdown87 Could use it to pull my daughters car up the driveway and into the garage from where the tow truck left it after it broke down. This way I could work on it on a level, dry, concrete surface and not be dropping %$&^% bolts and stuff into the grass only to be found by they lawn mower later.
12-13-2011 09:02 PM
Ted_D How would you use the pullz-all?

I would just sell it. Now if it had a gas engine I could use it
12-13-2011 07:33 PM
RockDog I would use the Warn on my ranch out in my 2 story barn for a variety of lifting tasks, including lifting pallets of hay & supplies up to the loft, lifting the hardtop for my Jeep off and on, and during hunting season to lift game up for dressing out. Also, would use it when we get back into ranching sheep, we'd use it for lifting them up for skinning/dressing out after slaughter. (I'd use it for stringing up the cougar that kept eating our sheep the last time, but that's another matter :-)
12-13-2011 08:40 AM
VisionJinx i would give it to rosie o'donnell so she can put if above her toilet so she can go in peace and not have to bother her bodyguard to help her fat a$* on and off
12-13-2011 07:58 AM
DoodleJeep I'm US Navy Retired (welder) Right before I retired I had major Back surgery and they replaced my two lower discs with prosthetic ones. Since then I haven't been able to do a lot of things I was able to do before. I would use it as my back to be able to lift things with the use of pulleys and to pull the lawn mower on the trailer take off the hard top there would be a large number of things I would benefit from this.
12-13-2011 07:37 AM
RoobyRoo My dad is 70+ now and still thinks he is 40. He works outside and in his wood shop a lot and can't move stuff like he used to but does anyway; somehow. So I would give it to him.

Either that or to pull my wife over to my side of the bed. 1000 lbs might be enough. Ha!
12-13-2011 01:30 AM
rics1997 I could use it for many things around the house. Lifting off the hardtop being one but to do that I need a roof built over my Jeep where it parks and have been trying to figure out how I could hoist up the beams for the rafter. this would make the job a lot easier on a disable vet who already been putting this job off too long because of the pain I expect from the job
12-13-2011 12:44 AM
gixxerphil I'll answer #1

I want to put it on my coffee table and use it as a conversation piece.
12-12-2011 11:13 PM
mikes05unlimited I would use it at my parents house, they live in a small community that has a small lake in the middle of it, over the past few years it has gottten a little overcome with down trees and my 65 year old father (who believes he is still 20) takes it upon himself to wade into the water and attempt to cut the trees and pull them out by hand. SO I guess I would send it to my dad as a Christmas present to help him out. And he also thinks it is his job to cut everyones grass in the summer and plow everyones driveways in the winter with his riding lawnmower, so when he gets stuck he could pull himself out. ALso my mom who is a firey little 68 year old Italian pulled a downed tree off of their street a couple weeks ago so she could get to work. They are a couple of stubborn do gooders who would do anything for anyone and go with out so that someone else wouldn't have to. So I would love to help them out. Thank you for the opportunity
12-12-2011 10:40 PM
IBgeocaching I would use it to assist that pudgy guy in red down/up my chimney so he could continue his journey.
12-12-2011 10:18 PM
hungry vulture Pulling old fence posts and general yard work.
12-12-2011 05:09 PM
nwbronco I have A-Frames for days and use come-alongs to raise jeeps high enough to place axle stands under the frame and swap out suspension parts. I can well imagine how easy this would be with a PullzAll!

Bob K.
12-12-2011 05:08 PM
question 1

question 1
since it has to use a 110 volt plug i would keep it in my shop for when tractors, trucks, and jeeps brake down on the farm. i would mount it in the shop so i will be able to pull the broken down piece of equipment in, quickly and easily.
12-12-2011 04:50 PM
scotbro I would carry the pullzall in my motorhome so I would be able to help people who get stuck and are blocking traffic. It would also come in handy at the campground.
12-12-2011 04:32 PM
I need this

I would use this to get my lawn tractor/snowblower unstuck. It gets stuck all of the time and I have to dig it out and lots of pushing too.i live in upstate NY on top of a hill so even if it doesn't snow I get blocked in from blowing snow. This would really help me out!I could use it to help get the Prius out of the ditches too.
12-12-2011 04:20 PM
Bruck I'm gonna use it to pull my inlaws out of my house the next time they show up!
12-12-2011 03:35 PM
bcoats1975 Last winter in Chicago we had one of the biggest blizzards in the Cities history, well during this time I was driving around my neighborhood seeing if I could help anyone. I found a man with his truck stuck on the snow mound left by a plow. Unfortunately I only had tie straps at the time and they continued to snap. So I could have used the pullzall.
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