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Titan Winch
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« on: February 13, 2009, 09:47:40 PM »

First i would like to thank discocarlos for inviting me to the site. thanks Carlos.
My main line of products are my winches i spend a great deal of time in developing and trying to improve upon them .
The number of changes that have come about over the last 3 years is substantial when i think back .
A lot of improvements are somewhat minor in themselves but when i think back to what i started with and what it is now they are not that minor.
Case in point are the solenoids in the last 18 months they have gone through 3 improvements while each time it was only minor ( one such was the rubber plugs for the bolt heads holding the 2 parts together ) when the final product is compared to the initial unit the difference is actuall fairly major.

Here are some pictures showing the line up for this year.







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« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2009, 08:55:55 AM »

Can you give us a link to the spec's of the various models,  estimated price's and where you are located please?
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« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2009, 10:40:57 AM »

http://www.titanwinches.com/

Here is the link and the specs are in there somewhere as are the prices.
there are a number of new features from last years models . Mostly with improved sealing on the solenoid box  and the end cap on the motor .
All the other seals are the same . I have a lot of seals on my winches as i try to keep them as water resistant as possible.
The solenoid now has rubber plugs for the bolt heads that join the 2 parts together ( it is only a small thing but every little thing helps )The end caps used to be connected with bolts through the cap. I used O-Rings to help seal the bolt holes , The problem with this is that when any maintenance was performed generally the rubber O-Rings  could not be used again. The way i solved this was to eliminate the bolt holes entirely and have the bolts fed from the Foot Casting side. The control box is now all metal with a twin lip on the base to seal it and the leads for the motor have rubber grommets to seal the holes from the solenoid box as they pass through.
Cheers.
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