The WARN Kawasaki Teryx4
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Warn Industries - The WARN Kawasaki Teryx4     The WARN Kawasaki Teryx4 Written: March 06, 2012 by Andy Lilienthal     The latest WARN project vehicle is the 2012 Kawasaki Teryx4. The vehicle made its debut at the 2012 Dealer Expo in Indianapolis, but these are some of the first photos of the vehicle. You can click the image for a larger picture. Our Teryx4 features the following modifications: WARN Lightbar 2 WARN halogen WXT-200-F Flood Lights 2 WARN halogen WXT-200-S Spot Lights 2 WARN WXT-400-HID Driving Lights WARN lUTV Bumper WARN ProVant ..read more
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Offroad Nation: Wheeling on your smartphone
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Warn Industries - Offroad Nation: Wheeling on your smartphone     Offroad Nation: Wheeling on your smartphone Written: November 28, 2012 by Andy Lilienthal Are you into off roading? (No, this isn't a trick question.) Do you have a smartphone? Then you should check out the latest off-road smartphone app, Offroad Nation. Available for Android and iPhone, Offroad Nation allows you to drive customized rigs, including the WARN "Big Red" Jeep, and buy all kinds of off-road gear to customize the vehicle, improve its performance, and up its durability. And yes, t ..read more
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WARN ZEON Gear Train
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Warn Industries - WARN ZEON Gear Train     WARN ZEON Gear Train Written: December 11, 2012 by Andy Lilienthal As you may have heard by now, the Premium Series WARN ZEON winches have a host of all-new features, designs, and levels of performance. One of those all-new features is the three-stage planetary gear train. The M8000 gear train on the left is still a great set of gears and is smooth, reliable, and durable. The ZEON gear train on the right represents the next generation of WARN three-stage planetary gear trains. For instance, we've gone from three ..read more
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Do you have a history of WARN winches?
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Warn Industries - Do you have a history of WARN winches?     Do you have a history of WARN winches? Written: January 09, 2013 by Andy Lilienthal WARN Winches have become known for their longevity. People's parents and grandparents had WARN winches. Sometimes they even get passed down to the next generation. I was surprised to learn that even I had some WARN winch history in my family. I had just gotten the job at Warn in 2006, and was telling my family about it. However, I was truly surprised by my mother-in-law's reaction. She and her husband emigrated f ..read more
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Zeon XD vs VR EVO: Which Winch is Which
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The WARN ZEON XD is the next iteration of performance winches from Warn Industries. It’s completely new from the ground up with great new features, outstanding performance, and top-tier dependability. You may be wondering what the differences are between our Premium Series ZEON XD and and our Standard-Duty VR EVO winches? Here, we’ll look at the winches and what separates them apart. Assembly Location For starters, the ZEON XD is designed, engineered, tested, and assembled at the 200,000 sq./ft. ISO-quality-certified WARN facility in Clackamas, Oregon. There, 400 dedicated employees cut meta ..read more
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The WARN lobby gets some new artwork
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Warn Industries - The WARN lobby gets some new artwork     The WARN lobby gets some new artwork Written: February 21, 2012 by Andy Lilienthal So, as you know, we attended the 2012 Griffin King of the Hammers race this year. It was, as expected, and amazing race in one of the most spectacular locales in the world: Johnson Valley, California. However, we were there for more than just coverage of the race and to have a place in the vendor area. We did a number of photoshoots for upcoming catalogs, promotions, and products. A couple of those photos even ended ..read more
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Another random WARN winch recovery: Pulling a stuck Ford and fifth wheel
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Warn Industries - Another random WARN winch recovery: Pulling a stuck Ford and fifth wheel     Another random WARN winch recovery: Pulling a stuck Ford and fifth wheel Written: November 16, 2012 by Andy Lilienthal, pictures by Pat Meiwes We hear stories of WARN winch owners helping out others all the time. Whether it's pulling someone out of a snow bank, helping a fellow enthusiast over an obstacle on the trail, moving a downed tree after a storm, or in this case, pulling a stuck truck and trailer out of a mud hole. With a WARN winch, you're able to help o ..read more
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Video: A Look Inside a Warn Authorized Service Center
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One of the unique things about WARN winches is their ability to be serviced, repaired, and rebuilt. These aren’t throw-away items. They’re premium, serviceable, and rebuildable products that can be bought once and passed down from generation to generation.   Warn Authorized Service Centers are located across the globe. No matter where it is you live, you have the ability to have your product serviced by authorized technicians who will repair, rebuild, or refurbish your WARN winch to keep it going for years. (They can also perform warranty work.) These Service Centers are another factor t ..read more
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Toyota offers a red FJ Cruiser
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Warn Industries - Toyota offers a red FJ Cruiser     Toyota offers a red FJ Cruiser Written: January 31, 2012 by Andy Lilienthal While at the 2012 Portland International Auto Show, I ran across this 2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser Trail Teams package wearing "Radiant Red" paint. I have to say, I think it looks really good, and would look fantastic with our FJ Cruiser bumpers on it (not to mention the added protection, increased recovery options, and winch mount). This isn't the first red FJ Cruiser I've seen. In fact, we built one in 2006. We debuted this customiz ..read more
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Jeep CJ-5 with backhoe, plow spotted
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Warn Industries - Jeep CJ-5 with backhoe, plow spotted     Jeep CJ-5 with backhoe, plow spotted Written: July 20, 2011 by Andy Lilienthal, photos by Corby Phillips     Here's something you don't see every day: A CJ-5 with a bunch of implements on it. More interesting is the fact that these were offered directly from Jeep. Called the "Go-For-Digger," this vehicle had a hydraulic backhoe, quick-change plow, dually rear wheels with full-float rear axle, and unique cab. They came equipped with an F4-134 Hurricane engine and three-speed transmission ..read more
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