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Thread: Warn M12000 Winch and mount off Power Wagon

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    Default Warn M12000 Winch and mount off Power Wagon

    Selling a Warn M12000 Heavy Duty Winch and Mount off a 2007 Dodge Ram Power Wagon. I traded in the truck and kept the winch and mount but it will not fit on my new truck, so time to sell it. Mount should fit all gasoline engine Ram 2500-3500 Trucks from 2005-2010, it fits behind the bumper discretely. Mount will not fit Diesel engine models due to not enough clearance. Mount may fit 2011-2012 trucks but I don't know if there was any changes to the mounting location after 2010. Mount may fit some 1500 models, buyer would need to do some research. Winch by itself sells for over $1550, the mount can only be purchased through a Dodge/Ram dealer I don't imagine it would be cheap. Winch should fit any winch mount or bumper with standard bolt pattern. Winch comes with all wiring, remote and Dodge Ram mount. Asking $1000. If arrangements cannot be made to pick up in person, I would ship via UPS but buyer would pay all shipping costs. Cash preffered, I will take a check or money order but check would need to clear my bank before winch is shipped or buyer takes possession. Call Ryan at 907-347-8618 if interested. I live in Enterprise, AL.Click image for larger version. 

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    how wide is the mount from flange to flange?
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    For those that don't know about this winch, it's actually a Warn 15000 built to Dodge specs for the Power Wagon. Gear ratio is 315:1, and it uses 7/16 steel rope. It's not fast, but it will pull hard. Part of the factory wiring is a thermal protection switch and low amperage sensor, both can be by passed. If you want details on how it's done, it's on the Power Wagon Registry forum in the FAQ's post.

    http://forum.powerwagonregistry.org/...c.php?f=2&t=18

    The cradle will fit 3rd and 4th Gen Dodge trucks with the Hemi only. It's a great addition not only for the winch mount, but for the additional stiffening of the frame. It reduces the flex on the steering components, primarily the early 2500's (05' to 08') steering box.
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    On the mount it is 32 inches from outside edge to outside edge at the widest part. From the outside edge of the Frame brackets (in which the mount bolts to) it is apx 34 inches (the bolt holes attaching the mount to the frame brackets have some play in them for adjustment). Here's another picture I hope helps, it show's 32 inches from outside edge to outside edge on the mount.Click image for larger version. 

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    Thanks for the posting the info.

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    I've used these winches on my work trucks (PWs) for several years and they are great.
    I overloaded one once and the thermal protection switch worked out quite well; I needed to pull my PW over a bunch of very large rocks (it was ugly & the rockers got mangled) and it prevented me from toasting the winch or charging system, while still allowing me to extricate the truck.
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    I would be all over this if you lived a bit closer. Would you mind getting a shipping quote to FL. 34224.
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    Hovenator,
    I estimate shipping cost to be apx $93-105 based on UPS ground shipping if I can get it all into one box. I would not know for sure until I bring it into a UPS store and send it. I could put it all in a $20 plastic tote and ship it that way? Let me know if you are interested?

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    This is one heck of a winch... bump.

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    Is it 24v or 12v?

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