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Integrated Systems

Designed for Polaris Vehicles
  • All Polaris HD, Warn, and Pro Winch Kits are designed for quick, easy installation on Polaris Sportsman, RZR, and Ranger machines.
  • Kits include: winch, remote, contactor, mount, and wiring
  • Integrated hardware and mounting locations

Polaris-Proven

Highest-Quality Materials. Trail-Tested.
  • Steel spool and cut-metal gears for durability
  • Corrosion-resistant finish withstands the elements
  • Rigorous winch performance testing: 10,000+ cycles
  • Strength testing ensures superior driveline strength
HD Heavy Duty Winch
Best-In-Class Value

Industry-Leading Quality and Durability.

  • Premium features: sealed motors and contactors, roller fairlead, wired remote control, proven pulling power
  • Capacities: 2,500 lb.; 3,500 lb.; 4,500 lb.
WARN Durable Winch
Proven Performance

A proven workhorse known for durability.

  • Premium features: patented roller-disc brake; durable, corrosion-resistant, black powder-coated finish
  • Capacities: 2,500 lb.; 3,500 lb.; 4,500 lb.
PRO Heavy Duty Winch
Best of the Best

Industry-Leading Quality. World-Class Performance.

  • Premium features: auto-stop technology, synthetic rope, aluminum hawse fairlead, wireless remote
  • Capacities: 4,500 lb.; 6,000 lb.
Winch Maintenance

Winch

Maintenance

1

Inspect the rope/cable before and after each winching operation.
a. Inspect for worn or kinked rope/cable and look for worn or loose parts and mounting hardware
b. Replace if: rope bulk is reduced by 25% or more; two or more adjacent strands are cut; flat areas or lumps are found; excessive fused or melted fibers are found.

2

Permit your winch motor to cool down prior to servicing, and always disconnect winch from battery before servicing.

3

Always replace Polaris winch parts with genuine Polaris replacement parts—available at your authorized Polaris dealer.

4

Keep winch, rope, and control free from contaminants. Remove dirt or debris from line. Use a light oil on the line and hook to reduce corrosion.

5

Check and maintain your battery.

6

Ensure all winch controls and connections are secure.

7

Check controls for damage. Store in a clean, dry, and protected area.

8

No lubrication is needed for the life of the winch.

9

Sub-zero operation: Freespooling may be difficult. Power out the rope for 2-3 meters to warm up the winch.

10

STORAGE: winch should be left with the clutch in the engaged position.

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Winch Safety

Winch Safety

1

Never use alcohol or drugs while operating winch.

2

Always wear eye protection and leather gloves.

3

Keep body, hair, clothing, and jewelry clear of the winch cable.

4

Plan your pull carefully.
a. Keep area around vehicle, winch, and cable, clear of of people.
b. Always keep your eyes on the winch.
c. One operator at a time—always communicate with passengers.
d. Operate with caution when alone.

5

Always be sure that at least five full turns of cable are wrapped around the winch drum.

6

Never attempt to winch loads that weigh more than the winch’s rated capacity.

7

Never use the winch to hoist or suspend a vertical load, or to lift or transport a person.

8

Always inspect your winch and winch cable before each use.

9

Never intentionally immerse or submerse your winch in water. Take your winch to your dealer for service if this occurs.

10

Unplug the control when not in use, to prevent inadvertent use.

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