The M8000 winch has been trusted by off-roaders for over twenty years. This 8,000 lb. capacity winch offers outstanding reliability and value. Its low-profile design allows for a variety of mounting options, making it perfect for most trucks, Jeeps and SUVs.
4 stars because I have done nothing but pay it all the way out and then pulled my LJ across the yard. The quality of the winch and ease of install are/were great. Ordering and delivery went well.
from J'ville NC
5.0Great value for something of this high quality
The perfect winch for a Jeep if you aren't looking for something too flashy but want a quality, dependable unit made in N.America. Line speed is awesome, power is solid, seems like this will stand up to years of use.
By Finn Jeeper
from Calgary, AB
5.0Warn winch M8000
Can't wait to try it out!
from Middle TN
5.0I Would Purchase this it again!
Great item to get you out of a sticky situation, when you are out in the trails,with your buddy.
from Lake Isabella, CA
The winch works awesome the 1st time I used it was to pull a 20' Uhaul from getting stuck in snow (it was only yp to the rim but still) single line 2nd time was my fault i was showing off and got stuck in snow up to the axles and single line pulled my self out... So far so good :D
5.0Used & Abused
This thing's pulled me out & up a lot of nasty terrain, It's recovered a lot of other stuck rigs I plan to buy another one for my second vehicle.
I rolled my 2005 TJ Unliimited. Actually, it only tipped onto the driver's side. We were in the middle of nowhere, and after making sure everyone was unhurt, I realized we were miles from the closest road where I could summon help. I started to smell gasoline, leaking from the filler, as well as lube oil coming from the diff vents. I attached the winch cable to a tree about 60' to the right of the Jeep at an almost 90 degree angle. The winch pulled it onto the tires in about a minute. We were able to drive out and got home safely. The insurance company totaled the Jeep due to the damage and because it "rolled". I installed another M8000 on my new 2013 JK. Don't leave home without a Warn on your rig!
Used to pull out my jeep.Line speed,pulling power.
I have a 2007 4Runner with a Shrockworks Front Bumper. Their literature states "Hidden winch mount accommodates most non-integrated solenoid winches up to 9500 lbs." Does this model have a "non-integrated solenoid"? If not, which Warn models do?
Dan from Centennial, CO on
Thanks for the inquiry Dan, the Warn M8000 Self-Recovery Winch part # WAR26502 this winch has a non integrated solenoid and should work just fine.
from Centennial, CO on
Hi I was wondering if i can put a wireless remote on this winch and if so which one do I need
Timnicho from Des Moines IA on
Yes, you can install the WARN Wireless Winch Control System Part Number: WAR90287. Thank you.
from Des Moines IA on
I have a tow truck which i operate, and i would like to know if this winch would be able to pull an inoperable S.u.v for eg. a Nissan Pathfinder or Toyota Highlander Or Ford Pickup. onto the flatbed of my truck.
Please look into it and respond.
Apogee Motors from on
Thanks for the question.
It should not have any problem pulling the truck/ car on a trailer, but this winch is not designed to be used for loading and unloading trucks/ cars.
You will want to look into an industrial winch for this use.
In 1948, Arthur Warn founded Warn Industries to construct locking hubs for surplus World War II Jeeps. Ten years later, the Warn winch was manufactured to fill the need for a reliable recovery tool to aid off-roaders stuck in challenging situations. Since then, Warn has grown to offer a wide range of gear with the hallmarks of durability and affordability. 1988 spawned the aftermarket industry's first ATV winch and today their PowerSports line of winches ranks among the most esteemed in the industry and jeepers call on Warn for electric, hydraulic and severe duty components that get the job done. Shop Warn Now