Archive | May, 2015

By on May 24th, 2015 in Pictures, Reviews, WARN

WARN 885000 Corded PullzAll Review on the hooks and compare with pictures

I would consider the WARN Corded PullzAll hook being the same caliber as a Harbor Freight hook.  The safety part clip piece being a low grade and misaligned…. also the way the hook is attached to the device or rope is sub-par.  Sure it works…. but I believe it should be a quality screw.  What happens if you need to take the hook off?  (Which I have done…. to pull something from outside of a building.  Also to attach to something else.)

The Maasdam Pow’R Pull 144SB-6 2 Ton hook you can remove and also swivels on one side!  Which is nice…. but removable out of the box is better.  Also made in the USA.

The look a like TEKTON 5546 4-Ton Power Puller hook you can remove and also swivels on one side.

By on May 22nd, 2015 in Pictures, Reviews, WARN

WARN 885000 Corded PullzAll Review on the windings with pictures

This is just a note about something I do not like with this WARN Corded PullzAll.  If you look closely how the rope hoist is wound.  If you unwind the Warn to far the unit will just start winding the rope back up.  Also the red mark on the rope makes the rope seem short when using it.  I will need to measure this rope.  I know it has it be to specs…. but it seems so short!  🙂

By on May 20th, 2015 in Pictures, Reviews, WARN

WARN 885000 Corded PullzAll Review on weight with pictures

Shortly after these pictures I found another Maasdam Pow’R Pull 144S-6 1 Ton in the box and I found the box for my Maasdam Pow’R Pull 144SB-6 2 Ton.  These devices are Made in the USA and they are cheaper on amazon but Home Depot or Lowes carries them if you are in a bind (which I always am…. hence 3 come alongs!).  My other come along is a cheap 4 ton I believe?  Looks like a TEKTON 5546 4-Ton Power Puller.

So the WARN Corded PullzAll is actually very light in comparison.