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Founded in 1948, the Warn brand is one of the leaders in the industry producing a full line of off-road equipment and accessories that enhance the performance of ATVs, Side-by-Sides, and other off-road vehicles. The company developed the first-ever winch designed for recreational purposes in 1959, and since then the Warn brand remains the most recognizable name in the segment.

For a limited time only, Warn offers a line of AXON winches at a reduced price. The model in this post features durable all-metal construction and includes 50 feet of lightweight Spydura synthetic rope, an Epic hawse fairlead, and a black hook. This winch is perfect for UTVs. Digital control offers great performance and user feedback including load and temperature info. All fasteners are made of stainless steel and then powder-coated for corrosion resistance. Click the promo image below to see all Warn winches available at POWERSPORTSiD.com

Warn® 101140 - AXON 45-S 4,500 lbs Winch with Synthetic Rope – POWERSPORTSiD.com

Winch model: AXON 45-S
Rated line pull: 4,500 lbs. (2041 kg) single-line
Motor: Motactor with 12V DC permanent magnet
Sealing: IP68 waterproof
Geartrain: 3-stage planetary
Fasteners: All stainless steel
Rope: 50' x 1/4" (15m x 6.3mm) Spydura synthetic
Hook: Black powder coat
Fairlead: EPIC hawse fairlead
Primary Control: Rocker bar digital control switch
Remote Control: Digital corded remote
Brake: Mechanical brake
Mechanical Warranty: Limited lifetime
Electrical Warranty: 3 year

This product requires a compatible bumper or mounting plate to be properly mounted to your vehicle.

Click on the image to enter the product page for more information.
To browse the full catalog of Warn products at POWERSPORTSiD.com, including bumpers, auxiliary lights, and snow plows click the link below:


If you have any questions, feel free to contact us here, or call our specialists at 888.903.4348​
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