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  1. Hey. Matt I’m building a log lift for my trailer and I’m not sure what size winch to buy can you tell me a little about your winch and cost?
    Thanks
    Mike

    1. I use the 12000lb winch from Harbor Freight. When you’re winch shopping, pay attention to the line pull at the various windings. For instance, the one I have only pulls 6000lbs when it’s on the top winding, ie when almost all the cable it retracted.

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