Warn XL winch instead of RT

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Old 04-05-2013, 10:47 AM   #1
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Warn XL winch instead of RT

I was looking over my 2012 Commander yesterday and while inspecting the winch never noticed it has a Warn XL 4000 instead of the RT like advertised. Just wondered if anyone else has noticed this on theirs.
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Old 04-06-2013, 11:27 PM   #2
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Talked to Warn they said if the XL winch is gray it's the same as the RT w/brake and sealed. If the XL winch is black it wouldn't have a break or be a sealed unit.
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Mine came with the XL too...,
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Old 04-07-2013, 01:13 PM   #4
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Talked to Warn they said if the XL winch is gray it's the same as the RT w/brake and sealed. If the XL winch is black it wouldn't have a break or be a sealed unit.
when you refer to it being "grey" are you talking about the housing? Mine is grey, would that be a XL?
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Yes, if the housing is grey your good if it's black then stay away from water they are not sealed and have no break. Unless it's in a covered trailer or inside a building I wouldn't want one that's not sealed.
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Yes, if the housing is grey your good if it's black then stay away from water they are not sealed and have no break. Unless it's in a covered trailer or inside a building I wouldn't want one that's not sealed.
OK I am a little confused here. As I look at my winch on the left is the Motor and is black says XL4000. On the right side there is a red lever(that releases the cable drum) and the cover it is attached to is gray. Then there is a black cover/trim before the cable spool.

Have you got a Pic of the good one? Thanks
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Warn XL winch instead of RT

What are the differences between the two winches? Which one do I want to have?

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The body of the winch should be gray like the Warn RT and XT. It may have some black decals (not sure) but I'll check tomorrow. I don't think Can Am would put a non-sealed winch on so if it came with a winch from Can Am your probably ok. If your looking for a winch for a Commander or other ATV and come across an XL that has a black body stay away from it. There not made to be exposed to water and do not have a drum break.
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Here's a couple pics of the sealed factory unit. Warn XL winch instead of RT-imageuploadedbytapatalk1365418417.068344.jpgWarn XL winch instead of RT-imageuploadedbytapatalk1365418444.331768.jpg


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Thanks for the pics hunting721, I was going to try but couldn't find a spot were I could get a good pic. They are definitely berried, mines the same as yours and has worked very well so far.
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1-15 watt 5 led flood b-up/bed light
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2" front receiver
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