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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-16-2013, 06:38 PM
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A gambrel and a double snatch block pulley. Very nice and easy.
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post #12 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-16-2013, 09:26 PM
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what happens though, if you want to use the truck while the deer is hanging ?
such as? move to a diff. location or go to town? finish what ya started first. tie deer to hoist and haul. it aint going anywere, it is in hitch with a hitch pin just like pullin a trailer.mite get alot of funny looks just finish cleaning your deer first it dont take that long. it also swivels 360deg. spin it into bed close tailgate pull pin put in bed of truck and kick rocks. easy peezy

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such as? move to a diff. location or go to town? finish what ya started first. tie deer to hoist and haul. it aint going anywere, it is in hitch with a hitch pin just like pullin a trailer.mite get alot of funny looks just finish cleaning your deer first it dont take that long. it also swivels 360deg. spin it into bed close tailgate pull pin put in bed of truck and kick rocks. easy peezy
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post #14 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-27-2013, 04:54 AM
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OK that was funny. we are making one of those for our NY hunting trip as we have limited space to hang deer
For home I like Bruce have a Gambrel pully system
& now with the wheeler I can pull using the winch off the wheeler for the big ones

Bruce I have a cheap winch on the wheeler (Champion I think) that came with it. I don't think it will last long. how bad $$$ are the super winches looked at WARN but suprised me the amount of bad things I heard about them WARN used to be the goto stuff for off road stuff

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I think if you shop the internet you can find some dealers that offer good discounts on the Superwinch's but If you're just looking for a light duty winch I think the LT2000 would serve you well,
If you don't want any worries and are willing to pay a little more I would go with the Terra35 Either way Im sure the Superwinch will perform when you need it to.
I have an older ATV3000 Winch and it's a workhorse, it's definately paid for itself many times over, I think paid about 225.00 for it when I got mine, best investment ever. Good Luck

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Thanks Bruce I will look into those two

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wow I think this is a good price LT2000 on ebay $97.77 w/ free shipping
may pick one up & install the one I have now on the rear

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