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Amazon.com has Warn Drill Winch Hoist (500lb Capacity, 910500) on sale for $83.89 when you 'clip' the $30 off coupon found on the product page. Shipping is free. Thanks alanakka

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  • This drill winch is both lightweight and portable with a 500lb single-line pulling capacity. It is powered by a standard portable drill (not included).
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Clip $30 off coupon for this price, reduced from $113.89. This is usually priced around $100-110 so seems like a good deal.

Usually ships within 1 to 2 months.
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Wow, I didn't know these existed, I thought winches either had to be bumper mounted or portable, but in both cases tied into the car's 12v system. Would this be good for self-rescue in occasional offroading situations?

Never mind, capacity is tiny...this is more like for pulling a PWC onto a trailer or a mother in law out of your kitchen.
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can you manually push a car in neutral? can you lift the same car over your head?
rolling weight is not the same as lifting weight
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Now out of stock - you can still get the price, but "ships in 1-2 months".
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This looks like a great deal. Does anyone know if it would be good for pulling a dinghy up out of a fetid canal in a hurry?
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thanks op!
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Wow, I didn't know these existed, I thought winches either had to be bumper mounted or portable, but in both cases tied into the car's 12v system. Would this be good for self-rescue in occasional offroading situations?

Never mind, capacity is tiny...this is more like for pulling a PWC onto a trailer or a mother in law out of your kitchen.
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Wow, I didn't know these existed, I thought winches either had to be bumper mounted or portable, but in both cases tied into the car's 12v system. Would this be good for self-rescue in occasional offroading situations?

Never mind, capacity is tiny...this is more like for pulling a PWC onto a trailer or a mother in law out of your kitchen.

What's the capacity? Not sure the mother in law is within specs.

Great, another thing I didn't know I needed until now thanks to SD.
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I bought this winch and it works great lifting off my jeep hard top.
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500 pounds?! All that can do is pretty much lift an American off the couch.
lol I resemble that remark
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Wow, I didn't know these existed, I thought winches either had to be bumper mounted or portable, but in both cases tied into the car's 12v system. Would this be good for self-rescue in occasional offroading situations?

Never mind, capacity is tiny...this is more like for pulling a PWC onto a trailer or a mother in law out of your kitchen.
Lololol
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Wow, I didn't know these existed, I thought winches either had to be bumper mounted or portable, but in both cases tied into the car's 12v system. Would this be good for self-rescue in occasional offroading situations?

Never mind, capacity is tiny...this is more like for pulling a PWC onto a trailer or a mother in law out of your kitchen.
Lolol
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I'm confused... If these are rated for 500 pounds, why do they have pictures of them pulling a car onto a flatbed or a lift?
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It's like a great hoist to pull the kids out of bed in the mornings as the school year is almost here
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I'm confused... If these are rated for 500 pounds, why do they have pictures of them pulling a car onto a flatbed or a lift?
can you manually push a car in neutral? can you lift the same car over your head?
rolling weight is not the same as lifting weight
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