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Re: logging winch JD 3320

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Duner Wi

03-07-2013 19:59:17

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Curious, do you have a brake on it?
Thanks. Or No brake needed. I am working on a scheme and being I have never used a winch like yours and mine would be about the same deal.

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03-08-2013 05:46:21

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 Re: logging winch JD 3320 in reply to Duner Wi, 03-07-2013 19:59:17  
Mine's still attached to my 14,000 lb army truck. They're designed so that either the truck moves or whatever's attached to the other end does. I winched my dead 16,000 crawler up my 14% slope driveway, had to chain the back of the truck to a succession of trees to keep it from being dragged downhill. Lock up all 10 wheels, and the winch will drag them.

No need for a brake, they're also 2 speed. I've pulled 60' logs up 50% slopes, by nosing the truck into a tree to keep it stationary. Just keep a spare shear pin on hand if you've got the power these winches were designed to handle.

A snatch block, sized to the winch, is a critical need if you can't get the winch positioned for a straight pull.

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Duner Wi

03-09-2013 09:15:45

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 Re: logging winch JD 3320 in reply to VaTom, 03-08-2013 05:46:21  
Thank you!

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Zachary Hoyt

03-08-2013 05:44:59

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 Re: logging winch JD 3320 in reply to Duner Wi, 03-07-2013 19:59:17  

No brake on mine as far as I know. It has a free wheel collar that disengages the shaft from the drum so I can drag the cable to the log and hook it up, then I have to remember to engage the collar or else when I get on the tractor and start the PTO the drum doesn't turn. It is amazing how many times I can make the same mistake in one day.

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Duner Wi

03-09-2013 09:12:46

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 Re: logging winch JD 3320 in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 03-08-2013 05:44:59  
Thank you Zachary for the fotos.

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