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Old 05-09-2021, 07:28 PM   #1
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FS Warn winch cable, roller fairlead, hook, recovery gear, Trasharoo

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I swapped out some of my gear and now have some excess stuff I need to sell.

The winch cable is what comes standard on the Warn M12 winch. 125 ft of 3/8Ē steel cable with the stock Warn hook. I also have the stock roller fairlead which should be part #5742. I also have a couple of covers for the fairleads. These never really stayed in for me so I just ended up leaving them off. They are a bit beat up but functional. None of this was used in a pull but it was installed on my van. $150 for the lot.

I also have a bit of recovery gear for sale. This includes:

Pro Comp 330000 3" x 30' Recovery Strap - 30,000 lb Capacity

Smittybilt 2744 snatch blocks (2)

CSI W580 2"Receiver and 3/4Ē Shackle with locking hitch pin, I also have an extra pin

Gear bag - looks like an ARB bag but itís not. Strong bag but too small for my needs.

None of this gear was used in a pull either. It was carried in the van just in case. $50 for the lot.

I also have a tan Trasharoo that is unused. It was stored in my Aluminess box so there is some dirt on it but it has never been mounted. I grabbed a different bag so this isnít needed. $30

Iím located in San Diego and would prefer not to ship.
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Iíd take just about all of it you were willing to ship, but I understand itís a pain.
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Old 05-09-2021, 09:59 PM   #3
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Shoot, Iíve got my old wire winch cable I pulled when I swapped to synthetic, along with the roller fairlead you coulda had when you were out in CO, was just sittin in the garage, now in our storage, I thinkÖÖ
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Old 05-09-2021, 10:14 PM   #4
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Iíd take just about all of it you were willing to ship, but I understand itís a pain.

I may have a box here that would fit everything. The weight would be high and I wouldnít be able to get the cable into a flat rate box. Let me know what you are interested in and I can check to see if I have a suitable box.
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The cable is what I need the most, I crushed mine today trying to pull a tree stump out of the ground. I don’t really need the fair lead Or the hitch shackel, but I’d take the rest, so long as the shipping isn’t excessive.

Edit: I just realized my cable is 5/16 on my 9000 lb winch, I wonder if there’s room on the drum for 3/8?
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The cable is what I need the most, I crushed mine today trying to pull a tree stump out of the ground. I donít really need the fair lead Or the hitch shackel, but Iíd take the rest, so long as the shipping isnít excessive.

Edit: I just realized my cable is 5/16 on my 9000 lb winch, I wonder if thereís room on the drum for 3/8?

Not sure but this is 125í of 3/8Ē cable. It fit with room to spare on the drum of the M12 winch.
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Not sure but this is 125í of 3/8Ē cable. It fit with room to spare on the drum of the M12 winch.
Iíll do some checking tomorrow. My current 5/16 completely fills the drum but itís 25 ft longer. Anyone know if the bigger but shorter 3/8 cable will fit?
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I also have a bit of recovery gear for sale. This includes:

Pro Comp 330000 3" x 30' Recovery Strap - 30,000 lb Capacity

Smittybilt 2744 snatch blocks (2)

CSI W580 2"Receiver and 3/4Ē Shackle with locking hitch pin, I also have an extra pin

Gear bag - looks like an ARB bag but itís not. Strong bag but too small for my needs.

None of this gear was used in a pull either. It was carried in the van just in case. $50 for the lot.

I also have a tan Trasharoo that is unused. It was stored in my Aluminess box so there is some dirt on it but it has never been mounted. I grabbed a different bag so this isnít needed. $30

Iím located in San Diego and would prefer not to ship.
I'll take it all (if still available) and If you'd be willing to ship?... Sending PM now
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I think I better get the correct size cable just to make sure it fits without complication. Since you have someone else interested in the whole lot, I'm sure it will be easier to send it in one box, so I'll step out of line but I would be interested in the recovery gear and the Trasharoo if you end up breaking up the lot. Good luck.........
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I think I better get the correct size cable just to make sure it fits without complication. Since you have someone else interested in the whole lot, I'm sure it will be easier to send it in one box, so I'll step out of line but I would be interested in the recovery gear and the Trasharoo if you end up breaking up the lot. Good luck.........
Artic, I was actually interested in everything but the winch specific items. So youíre back at the front of the line. Of course if you change your mind on the recovery items Iíd still grab them...

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