Kingone goes the distance
What do the Mum and Dad 4WD drivers need to know about the winch they are going to purchase for their 4WD? Let’s face it most people start off by saying” I don’t need a winch in my 4WD, I won’t get stuck, I only do the easy trips.” The fact of the matter is we all start off like that in any sport or recreational activity. But in no time we are donkey deep pushing our vehicle to its limits. So like any product you purchase for your 4WD you need to think longevity. Don’t buy a cheap hole filler, buy something that goes the distance and is well backed up in your market. With Kingone I believe we have one of the best, if not the best inline winch in the country. Kingone has a large range to suit many applications which is why it is very beneficial to see a Kingone agent and talk with them about what size winch best suits your 4x4. I know what comes into most blokes’ heads, is bigger is better. It must come from watching too many USA TV shows. So here are some valid points when selecting a winch: How will I mount it, ease of fitment? How will I power it, will my standard battery system cope? What features does it have? Does it have a load holding brake? Fast live speed and low current draw? Warranty 12 months or extended life, what’s covered under warranty? Can my 4x4 shop give me technical tips to winching? Price – is it good value for money, weighing up all the
features? Kingone has been sold in New Zealand for seven years now and has quickly established itself as a tough no-nonsense winch that goes the distance and performs to its specifications. Features of our TDS9.5H.SR Kingone Raptor: 9500 lbs straight line pull. 156-1 gear ratio. 5.2 Horsepower motor. Planetary gear system. Dual Cone load holding brake. Low current draw. Comes standard with wireless remote control and 30m of 9mm synthetic rope.
A Kingone TDS-9.5H winch