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Maasdam A-20 3/4-Ton Capacity Rope Puller with 20-Feet of 1/2-Inch Diameter Rope

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Product Features

  • 3/4 Ton Capacity USA Made Long Haul Rope Puller with 20-Feet of 1/2-Inch Rope
  • Longer, flexible reach - Conforms to and protects your load
  • Notch-At-A Time Let for Positive control, trouble free let down
  • OSHA Recommended Safety Latches - Hooks stay connected
  • Non-Slip Plastic Grip provides permanent, comfortable use and reduces hand fatigue

Product Information

Technical Details
Part NumberA-20
Item Weight3.7 Kg
Product Dimensions12.1 x 9.5 x 73 cm
Item model numberA-20
Item Package Quantity1
Length12.1 centimeter
Width9.5 centimeter
Height73 centimeter
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #17,786 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.7 Kg
Date First AvailableSept. 15 2011
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Product Description

Uses highway approved 1 2'' diameter wear resistant Dacron polyester twisted or braided rope. Accommodates an unlimited length of rope. Suggested applications include: Recovering vehicles, securing material to trucks, handling logs, trees or stumps, moving boats and trailers, transporting furniture, or clearing debris. Made in U.S.A.

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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars  23 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Maasdam A-20 Rope Puller - Outstanding for guiding trees Aug. 30 2010
By BullFrog - Published on Amazon.com
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Based on two+ weeks of hard use and remembering the 1500 pound capacity, the Maasdam A-20 is ideal for guiding trees as they are felled. I'm thinning out fifty foot high pines (with weak root systems) from surrounding hardwoods and the A-20 (plus wedges) is ideal for controlling the direction. I substituted a 100' 1/2-inch rope which gets tied off at 15 to 20 feet high. Felling cuts and wedges do the work while the 1500 pound pull and energy stored in the stretched rope helps guide the falling pine to clear surrounding branches. Several times when the pines hung up, the A-20 pulled the tree clear of the surrounding hardwood branches. The ability to keep taking in the rope as needed is what separates this tool from normal, higher capacity steel-cable "power pullers", limited to a six to ten foot range. Also, a cable puller does not allow you to "stretch" several feet of the pull line to keep some tension even as the tree starts to move. The tool is very well-made and the "automatic" release system works well for releasing tension. Up to 1500 pounds, this is my puller of choice. The only reason I did not rate it at 5 stars is that I have used it for less than three weeks.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great product for the price Oct. 15 2011
By Fred B. Moulton - Published on Amazon.com
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It worked great though I must say that if I purchased another one I would get the one with the cable and a higher lift rate. I was moving a tree stump with it and the rope would slip. I think that the 3/4 ton capacity is over-stated.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Rope Puller Oct. 16 2010
By Shophand - Published on Amazon.com
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Versatile, I use any length rope which is something I've wanted for a long time and I find myself reaching for this comealong first before my cable or strap ones for horizontal pulls. Use according to instructions on vertical lifts, control how the tail feeds out.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Super July 1 2013
By Saltfork - Published on Amazon.com
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Put this baby to the test last weekend. I had previously roped a huge wind damaged hanging maple branch that I could not pull down with muscle, or my tractor. Hooked the Pow'R pull up to another tree about 75' away and started cranking and - CRACK! The branch came down. Wow, I as impressed. The puller is easy to use and has a quality rope. US made and it shows.
I substituted a longer rope for this job and ordered the Rope King TN-12100 Twisted Nylon Rope (100') at the same time I placed this order - glad I did.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars poor quality controll May 7 2013
By Greg - Published on Amazon.com
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Arborist. Been using one for years. Very helpful for felling trees. Recently had a log fall on my old one and bent it so had to order new. Ordered two since a friend wanted one also. Far as I know, his worked fine. When it came time to try my new one out, the results were very disappointing. First threaded my usual rope through and no dice--it just slipped out with no holding at all. Then tried the piece-of-crap rope these things now come with. Slipped right out no holding. Obviously the stamped metal u-shaped thing that holds the rope to the wheel was not to specs. No prob for me--I just repaired with the piece from the old one. I didn't bother contacting 'customer service'; a friend recently went through a horrible dance and wait with these folk over a failed part. I am concerned though, that a less experienced consumer might come to harm or damage some property as they might not realize that the tool isn't functioning properly. Something like this should have been tested, at least for basic function. What would that cost the maker?