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Superwinch winches
Superwinch designs high performance winches, mounting kits and accessories that get you out of trouble and keep you moving forward ... just what you'd expect from America's industry leader.
Engo Winches
ENGO is proud to provide quality winches for Jeep and Truck
applications with a limited lifetime warranty on mechanical
components with a 1-Year warranty on electrical components.
SuperWinch Engo Winches
T-Max Winches Winches like Milemarker Winches
T-Max Winches
The T-Max line is engineered and mercilessly tested in Australia where their agency called the NATA is charged with making sure that only the best quality products from T-Max are distributed.
Milemarker Winches
Mile Marker designs and creates the most unique products for your off road vehicles! Mile Marker has been manufacturing products and supplying parts for off road enthusiasts for over two decades.
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Smittybilt Winches
Smittybilt Winches are famous for their power and reliability!
Smittybilt Winches

ProMaxx Winches are made to last with unbelievable prices!
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A History of Winches

A winch is a mechanical device that is used to wind up a rope or wire rope (also called "cable"). In its simplest form it consists of a spool and attached crank. The spool can also be called the winch drum. More elaborate designs have gear assemblies and can be powered by electric, hydraulic, pneumatic or internal combustion drives. Some may include a solenoid brake and/or a mechanical brake or ratchet that prevents it from unwinding.

The earliest literary reference to a winch can be found in the account of Herodotus of Halicarnassus on the Persian Wars, where he describes how wooden winches were used to tighten the cables for a pontoon bridge across the Hellespont in 480 B.C. Winches may have been employed even earlier in Assyria. By the 4th century BC, winch and pulley hoists were regarded by Aristotle as common for architectural use. The first recreational winch was developed in 1959. With pioneering features such as a rugged drive train, that winch company quickly became the leading brand for off-road racers, avid four wheelers, weekend adventurers and hardworking ranchers.

Having a winch on your truck or SUV is a must when it comes to going off road and at the outdoor workplace. Never worry about getting your vehicle stuck in the elements again with a winch from Engo, Milemarker, SuperWinch or T-Max winches. These winches are manufactured from the highest quality materials providing you with the strength and believability that you need. We also carry a wide variety of winch accessories.

Choose a winch Manufacturer from above to see more winches. We carry Superwinch, Mile Marker, and T-Max winches all at the lowest price available. Due to the overwhelming amount of parts we have available we cannot as yet list them all on-line. Our warehouse has thousands of parts available. If the manufacturer you are looking for is not found above, please call us at 1-859-231-8120.