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Description: Tightly sealed from the elements. The Mile Marker H10500 Hydraulic Winch: 10500lbs. of pulling power, 17.9ci hydraulic motor, 100' of 3/8" aircraft grade cable, 12' wired remote switch. US Military approved design. 2-Year Warranty.


The powerhouse Mile Marker H10500 Hydraulic Winch delivers 10500lbs. of pulling power


Uses a remote solenoid directional control valve rather than an integrated solenoid


Taps into your rig's power steering pump for longer, cooler and more reliable pulls than traditional electric winches


Your Mile Marker Winch is driven by a 17.9ci hydraulic motor


The military grade Mile Marker Hydraulic Winchs technology is strong enough, dependable enough and rugged enough for use on US Military Humvees


Completely sealed from the elements with a corrosion resistant finish


Even fully submerged in water, your Mile Marker H10500 Hydraulic Winch will work flawlessly


Uses a 2-speed, free-spooling planetary gear train for fast line pulls with or without a load


You get a generous 100' spool of 3/8" galvanized aircraft grade cable and a roller fairlead with the Mile Marker Winch


Comes with all the hoses and adaptors to fit the Mile Marker Hydraulic Winch into your rig's power steering pump


Backed by a 2-Year Warranty


Description:
Tremendous strength, military grade dependability and resilience to water join forces in the Mile Marker H10500 Hydraulic Winch. It's got all the features you'll need, no mater where life leads you.


Rated at 15000lbs. of pulling power, the Mile Marker H10500 Hydraulic Winch has plenty of backbone for even the heaviest hauls. Rather than running off an unreliable 12-volt battery, the Mile Marker Winchs 17.9ci hydraulic motor taps into the massive might of your power steering pump.


Mile Marker Hydraulic Winch passes the ultimate test of dependability: the US Military's. Mile Marker's hydraulic system runs the winches on the Humvees that carry our brave soldiers across foreign soil.


Even sever weather conditions won't stop the Mile Marker H10500 Hydraulic Winch from getting the job done. It's sealed-up tight, has a heavy-duty anti-corrosion finish and is even fully functional underwater. Backed by a 2-Year Warranty.


Detailed Information:



Features:


Freespooling
Mechanical Lock
Sealed against the elements
Can use underwater
Corrosion resistant
Stainless Steel Tie Bars and Fasteners
Reversible mounting


Specifications:
Part Number: 70-50050C
Rated Line Pull (single line): 10,500 lbs.@1500 PSI
Gear Train: Planetary
Gear Ratio: 6:1 (low gear), 1:1 (high gear)
Motor: 18 C.I. Hydraulic
Cable: 3/8" x 100' (14,400 nominal)
Drum Size Diameter: 2.5" (6.4cm)
Drum Size Length: 9" (23cm)
Total Weight: 88 lbs.
Bolt Pattern: 10" x 4.5" (4 bolts, 3/8")


Performance Specifications: 3.5 GPM@1500 PSI
Keywords: Mile Marker H10500 Hydraulic Winch


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Registered: August 2007
Location: west palm beach, fl
Posts: 1
Review Date: Fri August 24, 2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: $850.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: Reliable as they come, will pull forever.
Cons: Slightly harder to install than an electric...

I bought a new 2006 Jeep Rubicon a few years back and I decided to put it through the paces. I bottomed out in the thick mud. at the time, I didn't have a winch. I called a friend who I will only call James) who had a Ford F250 and a Warn 9000 mounted on the front to come and pull me out.


I hooked up the line to my jeep and he started to pull... because of the long expanse of mud, it really took a toll on the electric Warn. After about one minute, he noticed smoke coming from his engine compartment... his battery had caught on fire. Woops! I decided right then and there to be self sufficient. I read mand winch reviews and looked at the PRO's and CON's for both electric vs. hydraulic.


The downside of hydraulic is that it doesn't run if your engine is not running. But this is not an issue for me, because the Warn draws about 500 amps/min at load, which will kill the battery very fast if you are not running the engine. If the motor IS running, operating the electric at full load for extended periods time will overheat it, causing it to draw far more power and slow down.


The Milemarker, however, will run forever with a running engine at full load at full speed and it does not hurt the power steering pump in the least. Yes... you can pull 10,500 pounds at the same speed you can pull 10 pounds. When dealing with mudand the long pulls that are associated with such, the attributes of the hydraulic winch are far better than an electric winch.


I settled on the 10,500 Milemarker winch.It took about two hours to install... an electric would have been a little faster, but not by much. The only other thing I did was to go by a hydraulic shop and have my hoses cut and crimped to the proper length so the install looked nice. This cost me about $15 and20 minutes.


I took my rig to Corbett to try it out. I stuck myself in the longest, sloppiest mud pit I could find. I had my buddy there with his Warn (and new battery) just in case.


After getting the Rubicon stuck to mid doors, I went to the winch. Stupid me... the winch was submerged in water, so I could not see what I was doing. Because I hadn't used it before, I had to fiddle with it for about 15 minutes to figure out the settings for freespooling and then for Low.


After this, I was able to hook to a tree (using a tree-strap that Mile Marker provided with the winch). I hit the button... convinced I would have to either use a pulley OR get assistance from my friend... I pulled right through the mud. In fact, I pulled through 50 feet of it and didn't have to stop a single time, except to adjust the way the cable was winding on the spool. I don't remember a time when I made a purchase and was so thouroughly pleased with the money I had spent.


After getting my Jeep out, James tried going through in his F150 (with 35" tires) He was completely stuck where I had been. He went to use his winch (which was just barely under water) and it didn't work. I said, "I don't know if mine will pull you out." I hooked up to his truck and my Jeep began to slide. I chocked the wheels, but the Jeep pushed the chocks into the dirt. Finally, I tied my back bumper to a tree. I winched James' F150 through 50' of thick mud without hesitation!


That week, James dismounted his old winch and purchased a Milemarker Hydraulic 12,000 lb winch. LIke my winch, his had not failed him yet. I have, on order, a 2008 Rubicon Unlimited. I have already purchased another Milemarker hydraulic winch for it!!!


I work in the outdoors and routinely drive in horrible terrain. I use my winch several times per month (though last month, I used it at least a dozen) to freemyself andother stuck people.


Perhaps in the mountains where you may roll and have to right your non-running vehicle, you may need an alectric winch. But for the southeast that contains lots of mud, I don't believe there is a better winch for the money.


Mark - Extreme Terrain Management, Inc.
Anonymous
Review Date: Wed December 26, 2007 Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 1 

 
Pros: none
Cons: works not on power steering pump

nice tale that this hydraulic winch works with the power steering pump if you had to pull hard
i use this winch on my cj7 and destroy 3pumps, because the power steering system overheats and fail with an seperate cooler too
i buy a 8274 and dual batteries this works
Anonymous
Review Date: Tue July 8, 2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: well built, few moving parts
Cons: none

I put a Used Mile Marker 10500# single speed on my 2008 Jeep wrangler X. It was easy enought to put on. I emailed Mile Marker and they identified it from photos and sent me an owners manual and installation manual, they were very helpful. The hardest part of installation had nothing to do with the winch, damn you can't get your hands in around the engine. I did all custom hoses $108 they look like OEM. I don't know where the guy above got $15 hoses. The installation manual warns you that all of the power steering fluid is going to run out so be prepared with a pan, it is no big deal but I was trying to think of the toughest pat of the installation.
I have used electric before and I'm not impressed. I pull out logs and stuff with my winch and an electric is for recovery only. I only gave a score of nine because I have the single speed, Duel speed would be nice to have.
Anonymous
Review Date: Wed July 16, 2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: Quiet, Won't stop
Cons: Almost scary because it doesn't stop, speed

I absolutely love this winch. I have it mounted on my 2004 Jeep Rubicon and down here in the FL mud it hasn't even thought about failing me. I wheel with people who have electrics and if we're somewhere in need of a short pull we'll go to them, but if need a long pull or a hard pull we use my hydraulic. I think the guy above was confused about single/double speed too, because they are all dual speed: they have a high gear and a low gear. The low gear is super slow and for recovery. The high gear is fast and for line retrieval or pulling logs and such since it can't pull as much load. The only drawback I feel is the speed, but when doing a serious recovery, nobody should be worried about speed. If you are concerned, an aftermarket power steering pump that increases flow to 3.5 gpm (the limit of this winch) will be a 40% speed improvement over a stock setup. Another thing to think about is that under full load this winch isn't slow compared to an electric; they're both slow and this one won't fail! And as for the guy who went through three ps pumps on his old cj7, I feel for you, but it probably isn't the winches fault. To all wondering, get this winch, you won't regret it!
Anonymous
Review Date: Thu July 2, 2009 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: solid as a rock
Cons: none that an electric doesn't have

i just got my HI10,500 and i love it by far the best upgrade i've done to my 97 TJ! as stated already low speed is slow but you wont find an electric winch that will pull at full load as fast as the HI10,500 or as long for that matter!!! two thumbs up!
Anonymous
Review Date: Mon February 21, 2011 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Will pull a house down
Cons: Haven't found on yet

Been running this winch for over 3 years and can't say enough good things about it.
Anonymous
Review Date: Sun June 19, 2011 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Made for Heavy Recovery
Cons: Price

Mile Marker Hydraulics are for Heavy Recovery service, Mine is set up with a B&M Cooler for the power steering fluid but I think this is overkill. I have had many electric winches but I like my Mile Marker Hyd. the best. I think of it as a long term investment. If you trade 4x4's often and only pull stranded cars from snow drifts a $300 Smittybuilt would be fine but deep mud or long continuous pulls nothing beats a Hyd. Before you buy read up on the subject and facts, not the hype
Anonymous
Review Date: Tue December 11, 2012 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 7 

 
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Any offroad shop will have those. Ebay and miolilns of online markets sell them dirt cheap compaired to the shops themselves so be sure to compare and shop around.Also that jeep is 17 years old! You might want to go get a complete tune up and inspect it before you drop some dough into it.-New air, fuel, cabin filters-Spark plugs +spark plug wires-Distributor-New fluidsetcAnd normaly jeeps have lots of rust! so be sure to inspect if that area your adding on too and see if you need to patch it up.


 
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