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Winches In Hell... We want to hear from you!

Article written by MOABJEEPER Magazine

Date Added: 03/19/2007

It?s getting closer; can you hear it?

For the last couple of weeks, you?ve been reading about our ?Winches in Hell? challenge in Moab, Utah during the week of Easter Jeep Safari on the Hells Revenge trail. You?ve seen our articles on the various winches we?ll be testing, and probably thought to yourself ?Which one is best for me??
Well that?s exactly the question we want to help you answer. To do that best, we want your input on what you would like to see tested. Here?s your chance to provide any ideas that you would personally test winches on if you were doing the test. We are prepared to test a variety of things with these winches to include: Line speed, load rating and power draw both against themselves as advertised and under real world loads (i.e. obstacles on Hells Revenge).


MOABJEEPER would like to solicit your inputs to see what we may be missing or what you the reader would like to see. After all, this test really is for you.


Our results will be provided not only here online, but also in a future JRations publication.


Send your ideas to the MOABJEEPER staff at jeepinjoe@moabjeeper.com. We appreciate your interest and your continued readership. Hope to see you in Moab.

Final Thoughts

We look forward to hearing from you and to answer all the questions you want to know about a winch.


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