Quote: I dunno, depends on the winch and the circumstances its used. there is something said for the quality of Warn's products. Warns have much larger and more robust motors, where Milemarker (and others) use smaller motors with more gear reduction. -Rob
True..what I meant was I have seen a few instances similiar to this situation, where a friends Jeep(with a Warn winch) was stuck up to his bumper in snow...in order to get past the "snow drift" and get any of his tires on solid ground the winch had to pull him 30+ ft. He is equiped with a 9500lb Warn..and only on a YJ. The winch wasn't able to pull more then a foot. The snow piled up and just added that much more pressure against the winch.(think pushing snow with a snow shovel)
I have a feeling in most circumstances a Warn winch will outperform MM, I just wasn't sure this situation would be one of those.
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