Warn Winch - Warn M8000 Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Freedom of choice has just been expanded to your winch. The WARN M8000 Self-Recovery Winch is made to let you choose one of the key features that could make or break your off-road adventures.
The length of wire rope plays a major role when you're winching. Not enough wire rope may leave you out of anchoring range, and too much can cause you to lose out on the strongest part of your winch: the first drum layer. Your WARN M8000 Self-Recovery Winch lets you choose between either 80' of 5/16" wire rope, or 100', so you'll always have the right amount.
Plus, your WARN M8000 Self-Recovery Winch comes packed with all the tough guts that make WARN famous. It's powered by a 4.8hp Series Wound motor, connected to a 3-stage planetary gear train. Under load, your WARN M8000 Self-Recovery Winch pulls at up to 8-feet per minute.
Engineered to fit in tight spaces, the compact WARN M8000 Self-Recovery Winch has a separate control pack. Backed by a Lifetime mechanical & 1-year electrical warranty.
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Richard L (Beaumont, TX) Reviewed for a 1991 Toyota 4Runner — Nov 02, 2012 8:51 PM
If you want a winch you can depend on when you're in remote locations then this is the winch for you. If you're a casual user then the cheaper chinese brands will do just fine. Even though the Smittybilt XRC 8 has similar performance numbers, similar warranty, and is cheaper, I won't have to worry if my winch is going to work or not when I need it the most.
Reviewed by James F (New Bern, NC) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Avalanche — Jan 10, 2012 1:57 PM
I purchased Warn M8000 winch and Warn Hidden Mount and Warn Med duty Recovery kit. All Products are of great quality. I installed the Warn winch on the hidden mount on a 2004 Chevy Avalanche Z71 4X4 with body Cladding. Installation was easy. Had to figure cut out on my own. but was no problem. looks great works great.
Reviewed by Paul A (Centerville, GA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tacoma — Aug 04, 2011 4:24 PM
I have had several smaller winches on my four wheelers, equipment, and the best out of all the winches was the warn winch. That is why a chose a warn winch for my truch. This is the first winch I have purchased for a truck, and it is better than I expected! It's a shame I waited so long to get one. The M8000 warn winch is better than I expected, it is a Hoss! I got a discount from AutoAnything, and a rebate from Warn. Need I Say Anymore!
Reviewed by JACK H (Vestavia, AL) Reviewed for a 1987 Nissan Pickup (Hardbody) — Nov 16, 2005 4:57 PM
Cant not say anyting bad about the company that i bought this idem from but warn is going to repair as soon as it is picked up from my house to get fixed. Hope to get it back soon. Everything that is man made is not perfect....guess it was either a friday or monday winch. Will be glad to fill out another form from here when i get it back to make it better like i am hopeing warn will do.