https://www.rmef.org/elk-network/on-the-hunt-with-the-warn-vr-evo-winch/

When you’re going out for a hunt, you need durability, reliability, and performance from every piece of equipment you have, rifle to rig. And when you want to get to or from your favorite hunting grounds, you need a name you can trust—just in case your rig ends up in a stuck situation.

WARN VR EVO winches have the quality and dependability you expect from the leader in 4WD equipment, but at a price that won’t empty your wallet.

 

 

The proven VR EVO winches feature IP68 waterproofing to keep the elements out for maximum dependability. The best-in-class Albright contactor control assures reliability when in the field. The winch is easy to use thanks to a short-throw 90-degree clutch and a corded remote with a 12’ lead. A powerful motor and three-stage planetary gear train provide the brawn needed for the most difficult pulls.

All VR EVO winches are available with either lightweight, easy-to-handle synthetic rope with a hawse fairlead, or durable steel rope with a roller fairlead. Additionally, all VR EVO winches are backed by a U.S.-based customer service team and Warn’s best-in-the-business warranty: limited-lifetime mechanical and seven-year electrical.

Available in 8,000, 10,000, and 12,000 lb. capacities, there’s a VR EVO for just about every 4×4. To determine the right size for your vehicle, take its gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) and multiply it by 1.5. This is the minimum pulling capacity you’ll want.

Now’s the perfect time to equip your truck, Jeep, or SUV with a VR EVO winch. Warn is offering a factory-direct rebate to help save you cash this holiday season. When you purchase a WARN VR EVO 8, VR EVO 10, or VR EVO 12 winch equipped with steel rope, you’ll qualify for a $150 rebate. You’ll get a trusted winch with brawny abrasion-resistant steel cable that’s ideal for both pulling your truck out of the muck, or a big elk out of the field.

When you go hunting, be sure to GO PREPARED and equip your rig with a WARN VR EVO winch.

 

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