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Easter Jeep Safari Vendor Show 2010 - Warn

Article written by MOABJEEPER Staff

Date Added: 04/18/2010

Besides being the Jeep event of the year, many products are debuted or sneak peeked at the Easter Jeep Safari Vendor Show.

To get started we visited with Ken Scuito, Warn Industries. Inc.
Off-road Lights
Warn is primarily known for their winches, but fresh ideas are still rolling out of this industry leader with their remote control wireless off-road lighting.

These HID lights come in either 4? or 7? and take less than a half hour to install start to finish. And the best part? No drilling holes in the firewall or trying to find a rubber plug to pass wires through for a switch.

Warn Endurance 12.0
Sometimes the best ideas are sitting in front of you and you just don?t recognize it? at first. For years Warn would do their winch development and testing with outside (cooler) air blowing across the motor to keep it cool for testing. Eventually it came to the developers; why not attach a blower to keep the motor cool and thereby create virtually a 100% duty cycle winch*.

*Due to the high heat created by an electrical motor they can only be ran for a limited amount of time ? the duty cycle. By keeping a winch cooled with outside (much cooler) air this winch becomes virtually 100% duty cycle.

While just a prototype, Warn expects these half-doors to hit the market in about 3-6 months. Priority? Rattle free fit to prevent trail insanity.

Final Thoughts

We have more to come from the Easter Jeep Safari 2010 Vendor Show.

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