Warn Neoprene Winch Cover - 81761

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  • Warn | Part Number: WAR81761
  • Cover Type:Soft
  • Fitment:Universal Fit


Made of durable Neoprene, and held securely in place with elastic bungee cord fasteners.



A good cover to fit Smitty Built winch

I bought this to use on my Smittybuilt winch. Their cover was cheap faded with in a month and dry rotted with in a year. This one streatched right over my winch and fits pretty well. Comes with a spray to help fading. still looks new after about a month with a lot of rain. A+

from West Chester, OH |
Very good product to protect your winch

must have to proect your winch

from Madera, CA |
I will buy another for my other winch

this cover fits like a glove, protects the winch and cable from both rain ice and mud, so it is ready to go to work in all conditions.with no unexpected problems!

from Allegany mountian trails, tri-state area |

Question & Answers

3 Answered questions

I have a WARN 9.5cti portable winch. Is this the proper cover for the 9.5cti model?

Asked by Riley from Bellingham, WA on

Riley,Thanks for the question.Part # WAR81761 Warn Neoprene Winch Cover is the correct part #

Answered by SDH from Bellingham, WA on

I have a M8000 Warn winch that sits down in the bumper, will this cover work. I have seen #13917 Warn winch covers that are suppose to fit the M8000, but since my winch sits in the bumper I do not believe that cover will fit.

Asked by Logger1 from Montana, north of Yellowstone N P on

There may be some interference issues if your Warn winch sits to far in the bumper.

Answered by DP from Montana, north of Yellowstone N P on

I have a warn 9.5ti winch. It sits "in" my bumper similar to thishttp://www.mopar.com/assets/images/events/naias2011/jeep_wrangler_cod/2011_jeep_wrangler_cod_winch.jpg I was wondering if this cover would still work on a winch that sits like that.

Asked by amie from on

The Warn Neoprene cover should still fit over the winch but it may be a little difficult to put on in such a tight space.

Answered by DP from on


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