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post #21 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-21-2018, 09:16 PM
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I agree with steeltrap
the lug all type are one of the better cable come alongs
the body is forged , there are 2 steel ratchet wheels
and they're just about the same price as some bumper winchs.

I've broken so many cheap cable type come alongs that I won't even mess with one anymore.
in fact more and more contractors won't even bother supplying them because they just aren't that durable.some go as far as calling them a safety hazard.
a chain design is superior in every way but cost
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https://www.lug-all.com/2-ton-cable-hoist

I used these on my ride in the mine. Never had one fail. We removed the factory handle and fabricated a new one with a iron rod welded to a small piece of flat steel. The handle attaches with a wing nut.

I carry a bigger one than this in my truck, but it was a gift and is a little overkill for a come a long. I believe Iíd stretch and break a 5/16 chain before it would fail.
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https://www.northerntool.com/shop/to...f3fddcd4af6e76
this is what I use. not fast, but has a lot of uses.i carry a couple of chains with it
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post #24 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-21-2018, 09:40 PM
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Did you consider a Hi-Lift Jack( the big red jacks you see bolted to the Mall crawler jeeps ) 7000 pulling and lifting power. I use mine more around the house and garage than to lift or move vehicle . Tractor supply usually has them for under 100 dollars . Just another option to consider.
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More great options to consider!! I like the Lug All heavy build. I see amazon has quite a few Lug All models.

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stay away from the 2T lug alls ,that model is crap

if I was forced to get a cable or synthetic line come along it'd be a
Wyeth-Scott "more power puller"
you can look them up online
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I saw the one model Lug All could hoist a 25,000lb or heavier commercial tug boat!! I'm mainly looking something to use it to pull my truck out of a stuck in snow or mud situation not hoist it up in the air. Guess ive been lucky or blessed lol as Saturday was the first time in 52 years.

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post #28 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-22-2018, 09:44 AM
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Dunno Loggy.....but both of these manual winches appear to be exactly the same.....but with a $110 price difference.

https://www.truevalue.com/cable-pull...SABEgITCvD_BwE

https://www.lehmans.com/product/the-...iABEgJo0_D_BwE
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They sure do look the same Steeltrap. They certainly appear well made!

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They sure do look the same Steeltrap. They certainly appear well made!
Iím pretty sure thatís the one thatís in my truck.
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