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Re: (ET) Rear Lift
It sounds like you are describing the same type of winch that the Johnny
Products folks use on there front end loaders, (similar to this one on
item #3823741744). Has anybody tried to switch the 12 vdc motor with one
the small frame deck motors so it would run off 36 volts?
(Bob K.) With this kind of winch, you'd have forward and reverse.
I don't really need a strong winch like that right now, but it would almost
be worth the $40 to see if it would work. Maybe the next time one of the
traveling tool shows comes to town, I may buy one. I just hate to pay
shipping to somebody on eBay for items like that.
----- Original Message -----
From: "john briese" <goodguyforsure hotmail com>
To: <elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu>
Sent: Monday, June 28, 2004 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: (ET) Rear Lift
> I have used a 12-24 volt winch on the front. I made an adapter plate to
> into the hole for the lift strap pulleys. I ran power (12 volts) from the
> front batteies. It came with an up/down control pendant. I used it on a
> front snow blade and front mower and it works great. I also have used it
> extract the I-5 and to stretch fences I was installing. No more broken
> I got it on ebay for around $40.00.
> Its cheap, but for the use, its just dandy
> I want to make an adapter to use it at the rear as well, but have not
> it there yet.
> John Briese
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