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PullzAll

PullzAll

The PullzAll, from Warn Industries was designed to replace the come-a-long and chain hoist, both of which bowhunters have been known to use when game retrieval gets truly tough. The PullzAll, which weighs 15 pounds, is an easy-to-use handheld electric tool capable of lifting or pulling up to 1,000 pounds.

Features include variable speed control, a push button control for shifting from forward to reverse motion, a braking system, 15 feet of 7„32-inch diameter wire rope, and an electronic load limiter with LED indicator. Available as a 110-volt AC tool or as a cordless 24-volt DC unit with two rechargeable NiCad battery packs.


Contact: www.warn.com; 503-722-1200


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