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T-MAX and Mile Marker Winches!!!!!

Discussion in 'Vendor Forum' started by 81jimmyslt, Jan 30, 2007.

  1. 81jimmyslt

    81jimmyslt 1/2 ton status

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    Now offering T-Max and Mile Marker winches all models available.

    Get a quote or add one to your bumper order!

    T-Max:

    Integrated series
    12,000 -- Fully integrated winch design include factory wireless remote, roller fairlead, galvanized aircraft cable, with replaceable clevis hook, 6.6 hp motor fir fast cube speed and us submergible. $995

    10,000 -- Fully integrated winch design include factory wireless remote, roller fairlead, galvanized aircraft cable, with replaceable clevis hook, 6.6 hp motor fir fast cube speed and us submergible. $895

    Standard Series
    12,500 -- (5665kgs) rated line pull 6.6 hps 12v series-wound motor, 3 stage planetary gear train, Posi-loc, in-drum brake, power in and out galvanized aircraft cable with replaceable clevis hook, includes roller fairlead and remote. $690

    9,000 -- (4080kgs) rated line pull 6.6 hps 12v series-wound motor, 3 stage planetary gear train, Posi-loc, in-drum brake, power in and out galvanized aircraft cable with replaceable clevis hook, includes roller fairlead and remote.
    $495


    Mile Marker Winches
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    SI 12,000 -- (5400kgs) rated single line pull, fully integrated 4.8hp 12v with low electric current, planetary gear train for fast line speed, power in and out, free spooling, galvanized aircraft cable, roller fairlead and remote. $695

    SE 12,000 -- rated single line pull 12,000lbs (5400kgs), 4.8hp 12v or 24v motor, low electric current, planetary gear train, hardened drum, power in and out, free spooling, galvanized aircraft cable, roller fairlead and remote. $595

    SE 9,500 -- (4300kgs) rated line pull, 4.6hp 12v or 24v, free spooling, planetary gear system for fast line pull, galvanized aircraft cable, automatic load holding brake, roller fairlead and remote. $495

    SE 8,000 -- (3629kps) rated line pull, 4.4hp 12v or 24v, free spooling, planetary gear system for fast line pull, galvanized aircraft cable, automatic load holding brake, roller fairlead and remote. $395




    If you need a quote or have any questions don't hesitate to call, PM or E-mail us!
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    Thanks,
    Jesse Kruger
    www.blazenoffroad.com
    sales@blazenoffroad.com
    530-416-7902
     
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  2. mikey_d05

    mikey_d05 1 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Wow, good prices. I'll definitely take these into consideration when I put a winch in the back of my junk!

    Say, do you know the difference between the 9/12.5 and 10/12 split...both of them look like they share the same motor, are certain components more heavy duty or is one geared lower or what?
     
  3. MNorby

    MNorby 3/4 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    do you have pics of the standard t-max 12.5?
     
  4. 81jimmyslt

    81jimmyslt 1/2 ton status

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    Good eye, T-max uses the same motors in each different series of winches. Even their competition winches have the same motors as the standard series.

    The biggest differences are in the winch control box, on the standard series the control box iis square and can be mounted in several spots. T-Max also has their outback series has a control box similar to the competition series.

    The integrated series, the control box is built into the unit and it comes with a wirless remote, and is submergible.

    The integrated series is pictured above. For spec on T-Max winches go here http://www.t-maxwinches.com/winches.htm#atvseries

    Outback Series
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    Competition Series



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    81jimmyslt 1/2 ton status

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    Sure

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    MNorby 3/4 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    whats the price of the outback 125?
     
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    clarkjw24 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    How about a tmax for my trailer? Something smaller, just for loading roller "cars/trucks" with. Got any suggestions and prices?
     
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    81jimmyslt 1/2 ton status

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    T-Max outback series 12,500 ---- $845.00

    Mile Marker 3,000 utility winch ---- $245.00
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    Clark if you would prefer a small T-max let me know but we have better prices on the small Mile Markers!
     
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    MNorby 3/4 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    is the only difference from the outback and the standard the control box?
     
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    Yes sir, line pull ratings and everything. Except the outback comes with the better control box and a WIRELESS remote!
     
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    Pic of the 1200lb ?
     
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    EWI-12,000

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    Mile Marker has two different 12,000 SE and SI, SI is the integrated version with the control box built in

    SE 12000

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    SI 12000

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    Any more questions fire away!
     
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    Which is water/mud safe?
     
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    PM sent
     
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    Replied!



    Make those tax dollars worth while!
     
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    I am looking for a wired remote for a mile marker 12K I can't find mine anywhere. How much shipped to 34952
     
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    Looks like I missed this one.

    T-max rates their integrated winches to be submersible.
     

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