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kpudden
07-14-2012, 02:46 PM
Picked this up thinking it would fit the 80 ARB...WRONG. I needed the 9.5XP...Doh! :( $500 CASH sound fair? Pic's on Craigslist!

Would trade for another winch if possible...

It runs perfect, no fairlead and it is not spooled with cable, but i can throw in some new cable from a previous Warn where i switched to synthetic.

http://denver.craigslist.org/for/3139321988.html

http://www.gosale.com/5462809/warn-95ti-thermometric-winch

Over half off new...KYle
303-927-9234

Corbet
07-14-2012, 02:51 PM
Why does it not fit. Looks like feet forward it could? Does it need a pair of spacers to clear the motor?

kpudden
07-14-2012, 03:51 PM
Why does it not fit. Looks like feet forward it could? Does it need a pair of spacers to clear the motor?

I haven't actually tried to fit, but others on Mud have...this winch has the integragted solenoid which makes the winch stand taller...unless i hack into the 80 or the ARB it isn't going to fit. Also, it is not recommended by most to mount this winch in a horizontal manner since Warn designed it to be upright. I guess it becomes less water resistant when mounted this way...

AxleIke
07-14-2012, 05:15 PM
On that link you posted, there several "new" prices. I'm looking for a winch for the right price, and this sounds good, but what price are you looking for, exactly?

Cheers!

Corbet
07-14-2012, 07:23 PM
I haven't actually tried to fit, but others on Mud have...this winch has the integragted solenoid which makes the winch stand taller...unless i hack into the 80 or the ARB it isn't going to fit. Also, it is not recommended by most to mount this winch in a horizontal manner since Warn designed it to be upright. I guess it becomes less water resistant when mounted this way...

You might be able to clock the gear side so the drain holes are down, the motor looks stationary. But yes you'd have to address drainage. Other than that it should not matter what position its mounted in.

But in the end a winch without the attached solenoid will fit better. I think the 9.5xp needs spacers to clear the motor. A M12000 fits like a glove;)

kpudden
07-14-2012, 08:08 PM
You might be able to clock the gear side so the drain holes are down, the motor looks stationary. But yes you'd have to address drainage. Other than that it should not matter what position its mounted in.

But in the end a winch without the attached solenoid will fit better. I think the 9.5xp needs spacers to clear the motor. A M12000 fits like a glove;)

Might be worth a try...i will take a look at this tonight and see how much can be adjusted. i am eyeballing and M8000 now cause its a good fit and cheap...the M12000 would be sweet, but not sure its almost a grand better :confused:

Corbet
07-14-2012, 10:36 PM
I got my M12000 for $550 used(with a NIB synthetic rope). Opened it up, cleaned, greased, and installed. Total of maybe $750 into it with a new hook, fairlead, and cables. Personally I would not go with a M8000 on an 80 series. Just my .02. Look at a Superwinch 9500 for a lesser priced unit than one that says "Warn" or search out a used unit like I did.

kpudden
07-14-2012, 11:44 PM
I got my M12000 for $550 used(with a NIB synthetic rope). Opened it up, cleaned, greased, and installed. Total of maybe $750 into it with a new hook, fairlead, and cables. Personally I would not go with a M8000 on an 80 series. Just my .02. Look at a Superwinch 9500 for a lesser priced unit than one that says "Warn" or search out a used unit like I did.

You're asking me to be patient and rational...i would still be married i had those traits lol!

Corbet
07-15-2012, 08:09 AM
You're asking me to be patient and rational...i would still be married i had those traits lol!

You'll have to be real patient trying to recover a built 80 with a M8000.:D

kpudden
07-15-2012, 08:33 AM
You'll have to be real patient trying to recover a built 80 with a M8000.:D

LOL i can take a hint :flop:...the search continues then for a beasty Warn

AxleIke
07-15-2012, 11:52 AM
On that link you posted, there several "new" prices. I'm looking for a winch for the right price, and this sounds good, but what price are you looking for, exactly?

Cheers!

Bump?

corsair23
07-16-2012, 12:44 PM
Picked this up thinking it would fit the 80 ARB...WRONG. I needed the 9.5XP...Doh! :( $500 CASH


On that link you posted, there several "new" prices. I'm looking for a winch for the right price, and this sounds good, but what price are you looking for, exactly?

Cheers!


Looks like $500 cash is the asking price :)

AxleIke
07-16-2012, 01:08 PM
I didn't see that he had edited it. Thanks!

Uncle Ben
07-16-2012, 01:16 PM
Isaac, are you interested? I need to get the FIL one for his Rubiqueen so I'm interested in it for the right price.

AxleIke
07-16-2012, 02:54 PM
Nah, go ahead and take it. Its a good price, just more than I'm looking to spend.

Cheers!

DaveInDenver
07-16-2012, 02:59 PM
I got my M12000 for $550 used(with a NIB synthetic rope). Opened it up, cleaned, greased, and installed. Total of maybe $750 into it with a new hook, fairlead, and cables. Personally I would not go with a M8000 on an 80 series. Just my .02. Look at a Superwinch 9500 for a lesser priced unit than one that says "Warn" or search out a used unit like I did.
FWIW, I got my XD9500 from an 80 owner (the short hair Jeff Z., just think I invented a new Cruiserhead breed) who thought it marginal and upgraded to the M12000.

corsair23
07-16-2012, 03:43 PM
FWIW, I got my XD9500 from an 80 owner (the short hair Jeff Z., just think I invented a new Cruiserhead breed) who thought it marginal and upgraded to the M12000.

Actually I'm the "not quite as skinny" Jeff Z. and I upgraded to a M15K :D

But that was merely because I found a great deal on it and it is the same size as the M12K so it fit...Whether it tears the ARB off the 80 the first time I use it is another story...:eek:

Uncle Ben
07-17-2012, 02:55 PM
So what is the status of the winch at this point?

kpudden
07-17-2012, 03:30 PM
So what is the status of the winch at this point?

it's still for sale:beer:

Okiyota
08-05-2012, 01:49 AM
Is this still for sale?

kpudden
08-05-2012, 01:10 PM
Sorry, it actually sold on craigslit a few days back.