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Hey guys Im looking for a 4000 pound viper winch with the wireless remote any one know of a good place to get one. Also does anyone have one and how are they holding up.

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I have one works great. Pulled out a very stuck Polaris ranger and had to tie my unit off to a tree.
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Hey guys Im looking for a 4000 pound viper winch with the wireless remote any one know of a good place to get one. Also does anyone have one and how are they holding up.

Thanx Nate.
We sell them, almost one a day. Had great luck with them



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I have the 4500 and am very pleased, pulled me up very steep hill with ledges, I would also reccomend synthetic cable, so much nicer than steel
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I still like the cable better, but it is preference



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I still like the cable better, but it is preference
Todd just wait till one breaks and comes flying back at u rope allot safer and have not had a rope break yet. Had 1 cable break just last year.
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Doubt it happens to me, you would have to have a winch on something first!!! LOL

I used to have a rope one on another rhino and didn't like the way it would bind up in the spool under heavy load and then not be able to pull it out the next time I needed it



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I agree, Todd. I would always spend the money for the rope these days. We've chosen to stick with the patented, American made AMSTEEL-BLUE stuff. Much better rope quality than some of the generic junk out there. We love it.

You can keep getting our VIPER winches from Hunterworks. Great company and we're happy to have them as a partner.

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I just snapped the rope on mine, tied it back together and keep winching. Think I may go back to cable.
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I agree, Todd. I would always spend the money for the rope these days. We've chosen to stick with the patented, American made AMSTEEL-BLUE stuff. Much better rope quality than some of the generic junk out there. We love it.

You can keep getting our VIPER winches from Hunterworks. Great company and we're happy to have them as a partner.

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Thanks for the kudos Peter!!



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