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Picked this up from a customer a couple weeks ago. Sometimes referred to as a Monkey Winch. I think it could pull most anything as long as you had something substantial to anchor to. Thank heaven wherever there is an engine in the wild there is usually a good selection of trees nearby! There is no brand name on it but I think it may be a Jarecki because of the J logo.
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man that winch could come in handy.....
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Picked this up from a customer a couple weeks ago. Sometimes referred to as a Monkey Winch. I think it could pull most anything as long as you had something substantial to anchor to. Thank heaven wherever there is an engine in the wild there is usually a good selection of trees nearby! There is no brand name on it but I think it may be a Jarecki because of the J logo.
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My dad had a similar winch, said is was called an Australian Bull winch and that it could pull 75 ton using the low gear ratchet.
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