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Old 01-14-2019, 01:58 PM #16
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What is the most lightweight winch with about 10k pull (obviously synthetic rope to be used)
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What is the most lightweight winch with about 10k pull (obviously synthetic rope to be used)
The Warn VR10-S is only 59 pounds. I was surprised with how compact and light it was.

I believe the Smittybilt x20 is 67 pounds.
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The Warn VR10-S is only 59 pounds. I was surprised with how compact and light it was.

I believe the Smittybilt x20 is 67 pounds.
Could it be due to x20 being more waterproof I wonder.
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I kept mine on. Actually had to use it this weekend. Nice feature, the remote turns itself off after a few minutes of inactivity.
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Planning on the Warn VR 10S. Anyone have any tips on the install with the C4 low pro?

Does anyone do in line fuses with their winch or straight connection to primary battery?
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Old 09-10-2020, 08:58 AM #21
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I have a vr12 but held by victory aluminum blitz bumper fits nice works even better see it on my avitar
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For those who have installed the Smittybilt X2O on the C4 hybrid bumper. Experience, feedback?

Also, which models fit, is it only in pro comp. I would like the waterproof model. Specific model numbers will help.

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Where is everyone mounting the control box? Any issues? I have an LFD Hybrid I am about to install and I have the Ironman 12,000 winch but you can't mount the control box on top of the winch. I am working on moving the control box to the empty space by the air intake like this video.

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I decided to give the Warn VR10-S a try and it did indeed fit. I did have to move the hard line running horizontally across the radiator though and it is sitting on top of the control pack.

Picture/rig looks awesome! I am doing the same install in a few weeks (C4 LoPro, BD 30in, and Warn VR10-S). Any tips that might come in handy? Did you need to buy anything extra to get it all installed? I am hoping the AC condenser line is the only thing I need to modify. TIA!
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I got mine installed successfully with the control box mounted up by the air intake. Mine is 12,000 lb and weighs 62 lb and is waterproof. There is a breather that they supplied that I routed way up into the engine compartment by the winch control box.
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Picture/rig looks awesome! I am doing the same install in a few weeks (C4 LoPro, BD 30in, and Warn VR10-S). Any tips that might come in handy? Did you need to buy anything extra to get it all installed? I am hoping the AC condenser line is the only thing I need to modify. TIA!
I just started doing my install today. C4LoPro with 30 inch extreme led and Warn VR EVO 12S (the 10S and 12S have the exact same dimensions)
The AC line was no issue. In fact I prematurely moved it 1/2 inch thinking I had to and then once I installed the bumper I saw that the winch wasnít anywhere near the AC like. The power steering line however is a different story.

I didnít want to relocate my Warn control box so I had to unscrew both power steering brackets from the truck and lift it up using a zip tie. I secured it to the long metal bracket that goes up vertically in front of the radiator (see pic) and I wrapped the area touching the box with electrical tap.
Then I left line resting on top of the box for a few hours so it stretches the flexible hoses on both end of the power steering line and to make sure the angel wasnít sever enough to cause issue or leaks.
I then loosened the holding brackets that clamp on to the power steering line and then attached the bracket back to the truck, but allowing the line to move freely inside the holder (once you see it, itíll make sense)
At first it looked like it was gonna stretch things out a bit too much. So I slowly tightened everything down starting on the passenger side and checked for stresses and it looked good.
The passenger bracket lines up pretty well. The driver side is the one that starts pulling on the line. I think ideally bending that bracket back about 1/2 would put a little less stress on the lines so may do that tomorrow. Check the pics and let me know if you have any questions. Cheers!

The last pic is of the flexible hose that allows for this flex to take place. Thatís what you want to pay attention to, to make sure itís not stretching out too much and causing the clamps to fail or open.
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I just started doing my install today. C4LoPro with 30 inch extreme led and Warn VR EVO 12S (the 10S and 12S have the exact same dimensions)
The AC line was no issue. In fact I prematurely moved it 1/2 inch thinking I had to and then once I installed the bumper I saw that the winch wasnít anywhere near the AC like. The power steering line however is a different story.

I didnít want to relocate my Warn control box so I had to unscrew both power steering brackets from the truck and lift it up using a zip tie. I secured it to the long metal bracket that goes up vertically in front of the radiator (see pic) and I wrapped the area touching the box with electrical tap.
Then I left line resting on top of the box for a few hours so it stretches the flexible hoses on both end of the power steering line and to make sure the angel wasnít sever enough to cause issue or leaks.
I then loosened the holding brackets that clamp on to the power steering line and then attached the bracket back to the truck, but allowing the line to move freely inside the holder (once you see it, itíll make sense)
At first it looked like it was gonna stretch things out a bit too much. So I slowly tightened everything down starting on the passenger side and checked for stresses and it looked good.
The passenger bracket lines up pretty well. The driver side is the one that starts pulling on the line. I think ideally bending that bracket back about 1/2 would put a little less stress on the lines so may do that tomorrow. Check the pics and let me know if you have any questions. Cheers!

The last pic is of the flexible hose that allows for this flex to take place. Thatís what you want to pay attention to, to make sure itís not stretching out too much and causing the clamps to fail or open.
Thanks for the details! I have the same goal, I donít want to relocate the Warn control box. Glad you were able to make it work. Iíll post back once I start my install.
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Anyone install an extreme 30Ē x6s slim amber/white light bar to there C4 low pro winch ? If so what did your brackets from C4 look like ? Iím having a 1/2Ē gap from front of the light bar to the inside of the bumper.

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I put the warm 10-s platinum in mine. I had to do some magic with my supercharger, but everything else fit just fine. I put some rubber hose over the power steering line that contacts the control box and left the bolts out.
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