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Took a Ramsey Pro 9000 off my 94' Ford 1 ton Centurion(custom four door Bronco-suburban type vehicle...actually a little bigger than an Excursion). Been on the vehicle since new in 94'. Believe it's a 93' winch. Never been used, cosmetically lost some of the small print on the right side mfg's tag. Wire line never unspooled as I never got stuck in that rig.
Would this winch be a decent one for mounting on an FJ? I found a spec. site showing the weight at 85 lbs. If it checks out would it be a good winch to use....or should I look for something else. Any major changes to the Ramsey's in the last decade....lol? Have evertything including the remote plug in etc.
Thanks in advance for you help....:wave:
 

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I'd say use it. Check all measurments, and ask if it will fit before ordering a bumper.
 

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Here is some info from a 1992 catalog on a Ransey Pro 9000....HP, Line Pull, etc. Also shows a Warn model.....it came along with my cut and paste. Spec's. all ran together...Ramsey on left side.

Model: Ramsey Pro 9000 | Model: Warn XD9000 |
|Gear reduction ratio: 138:1 | Gear reduction ratio: 261:1 |
|Motor: 1.9 hp, series wound | Motor: 2.1 hp, series wound |
|Gear train: 3 stage planetary | Gear train: 3 stage planetary |
|Weight: 85 lb. | Weight: 78 lb. |
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|Line Pull Line Speed Current Line Pull Line Speed Current |
| (lb) (ft/min) (amps) | (lb) (ft/min) (amps) |
|================================ | ================================|
| 0 23 70 | 0 18 70 |
| 2000 12 165 | 2000 14 165 |
| 4000 8 240 | 4000 10 230 |
| 6000 5 305 | 6000 8 290 |
| | 8000 6 360 |
| 9000 2 400 | 9000 5 400 |
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