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monkers 03-08-2011 04:25 PM

older warn winch ??
 
May have the chance to obtain an older (dont know the age) Warn winch, appears to be a M 8000, that is missing some parts and I was told "got water in the motor and dont work", the guy bought the truck with it on there and dont want it because hes mounting a plow. The square box the controller plugs into is missing, as is the controller. I emailed warn to see if I can get a parts drawing/owners manual for it. But, I cant find a serial # on it, gotta clean it up more but curious if it isnt on the outer housing is there somewhere inside they would have it? Thanks,
Craig

Ibuildembig 03-08-2011 04:35 PM

got any pics? we can ID it

monkers 03-08-2011 04:45 PM

I dont have it yet, the guy is in the process of getting the truck back to his place, may take a couple weeks the way he moves, just gonna be a plow truck so hes in no rush, as long as it gets done before next winter lol....Looks just like the M8000, minus the black square box, Ill put up some pics when I get it here.

Ibuildembig 03-08-2011 04:50 PM

ok that works.....too bad its not an 8274 :)

Phil05LJ 03-08-2011 05:26 PM

The square box houses 4 solenoids that control the motor, 2 for " in"2 for "out". It cost $200-$250 from Warn and the remote control is around $70. If you have electronic skills you can make it work by basically building your own controls that is as long as the motor will run. I have no idea what costs would be on a new motor or rebuild parts. The M8000 is relatively affordable brand new and Internet sales on them run all the time, around $500. Just a heads up on the costs! BTW, my serial # is on a sticker on the front of the motor.

monkers 03-08-2011 06:43 PM

I looked on the front where it said serial #, and looks like it took a little shot there, and was scraped up. Yea, I see guys on here getting M8000s for like $479 every once in a while, so I will keep that in mind, thanks for the heads up. Ill see when and if I actually get it what is missing and broken etc....

monkers 03-09-2011 09:24 AM

He said looks like the s/ n is 992844, but he's not certain said its tough to make out, ill try that number on warns site and see if anything turns up or if its not the right number ..thanks guys

wvhillbilly 03-11-2011 01:59 PM

i had an 8274 on my jeep when i got it.

monkers 03-11-2011 02:07 PM

Warn emailed me back and said it could be a M8000 a M6000 or some 9000 lb winch, they can't tell unless they take it apart and count the number of teeth on some of the gears.....thought they'd be able to tell from the s/n, unless it wasn't a good number but they didn't say anything about the number....

Ibuildembig 03-11-2011 02:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wvhillbilly (Post 1111250)
i had an 8274 on my jeep when i got it.

By far the best dude money can buy :)

wvhillbilly 03-13-2011 12:14 PM

Sweet glad to know i got a good winch outta it hahah

30-284 03-14-2011 06:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ibuildembig (Post 1111288)
By far the best dude money can buy :)

Ya Then you buy the kit that adapts 2 motors to it and really kick some ass.

Donn


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