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WARN ZEON 8-S 8,000 lb. Winch w/ Synthetic Rope

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    Features & Details

    • Rugged 8,000-pound Single-Line Pull Rating
    • Incredibly Powerful 12-Volt Electric Motor
    • Impressively Smooth Planetary Gear with 162:1 Gear Ratio
    • Features a 100-foot, 3/8-inch WARN Spydura Synthetic Rope
    • Includes a Wired Remote Switch With a 12-Foot Lead for Safer Operation
    • Coated With a Heavy-Duty Satin Black Finish
    • Comes With a Hook and an Aluminum Hawse Fairlead
    • Overall Dimensions of 24.25 inches x 7.15 inches x 10.52 inches
    • Features a 254mm x 114.30mm Mounting Bolt Pattern
    • Weighs 75 pounds
    • Worry-Free Limited Lifetime Guarantee
    • Fits All GMC Sierra 1500 Pickups
    Rugged ZEON 8-S Winch. Be prepared for any surprises on the road or on the trail with this WARN ZEON 8-S 8,000 pounds Winch With Synthetic Rope on your Sierra 1500. It equips your truck with heavy-duty features that help you get out of difficult situations, such as fast line speeds, heavy-duty accessories, and a remarkable 8,000-pound pull rate. No matter how tough the driving conditions may get, this winch gives you total peace of mind.

    Aggressive 8,000-pound Capacity. Engineered for aggressive towing and recovery missions, the ZEON 8-S winch is powered by a heavy-duty 12-volt electric motor with a remarkably smooth planetary 162:1 gear system. Meanwhile, its automatic mechanical cone braking system disperses heat more effectively and gives you complete control while winching.

    High-Quality Winch Accessories. The ZEON 8-S winch is made even more powerful with its high-quality accessories. Its heavy-duty aluminum hawse fairlead protects the rope from wear and tear and keeps it from binding. Its 100-foot 3/8-inch synthetic Spydura rope has been designed to pull remarkable amounts of weight. In addition, its remote control with a 12-foot lead gives you convenient control from a safe distance. This winch is also coated with a high-quality satin black finish to ensure superb protection against damage caused by corrosion.

    Designed As a Direct Bolt-On Upgrade. Setting up this WARN winch is simple and can be done in about 2 hours. It mounts on your truck’s factory installation points using only basic hand tools. Please note that installation of this winch requires a winch mount.

    Worry-Free Limited Lifetime Warranty. To assure quality, the mechanical and non-electrical components of this WARN ZEON 8-S winch are backed by WARN’s worry-free lifetime warranty against defects in material or workmanship defects. Meanwhile, its electrical components are protected by a 7-year warranty. Some conditions to this warranty may apply.

    Application. This WARN ZEON 8-S 8,000 pounds Winch With Synthetic Rope has been built for all GMC Sierra 1500 pickup trucks. Please note that this winch requires a 650cca battery to operate.

    Line Pull Speeds
    • 0 lbs. - 42 ft./min
    • 2000 pounds – 17.20 ft./min
    • 4000 pounds - 11.20 ft./min
    • 6000 pounds – 8.50 ft./min
    • 8000 pounds – 6.20ft./min
    • 9500 pounds – N/A

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Details

    MPN# 89305

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

    What's in the Box
    • (1) 8000-lb Winch
    • (1) Synthetic Rope
    • (1) Hawse Fairlead
    • (1) Handheld Remote Control Lead
    • (1) Hook
    • (1) Control Pack
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