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mnwildman

Mini rocker U2500 winch

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Hey Guys just wondering if anybody knows if you can convert a U2500 Warn winch to using the mini rocker so i can mount it on my handlebars. Just curious if the kit for the A2000 to 2.5 ci will work.

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Yes most any winch an be converted to mini rockers. Its the only way I put them on any more.

If I may ask, how much is the conversion kit you are looking at? I may have a lead for you.

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I've seen them for a $100 when i bought my winch the dealer told me not to even worry about the solenoid for the battery. So i don't know it i need to get one of those know since i've been running it for 5 years and just bought a new battery last winter laugh.gif

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Whether or not you use your current rotary style switch or the mini rocker switch won't have any effect on battery life. It more of a matter of convenience and reliability. The rotarys do wear in time and are more subject to dirt and moisture. The mini rocker needs a contactor in order to work. A contactor is basically two solenoids made into one so it can change directions. Its used to carry the current load for the mini rocker because it is to much of a load for the small switch.

If you decide to do it e mail me, I know a place you can get one for quite a savings.

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If you want one right away I have a brand new one still in the box. Otherwise, if you have an hsolist account do a search on winch upgrade. There are a few different choices.

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