Ahh, the noble come-along - commonly used for directing multi-ton trees away from your valuable property when felling them, retrieving vehicles stuck in the woods or back roads miles from civilization, and other demanding, imperative tasks.
So WHY would you cut corners when buying one?? Especially from a shady company like this, which misrepresents capacity.
As the man noted, 3/16 cable breaks at 2 tons. And Neiko claims 5? Oh, right...That's its "pulling power"... This equipment is limited by cable strength more than gearing. I own a Tuf Tug cable puller, which cost much more $$(as well as some cheapo ones) but it is rated for 2.5 tons and still has 1/4" cable. Highly recommend that instead, buy USA!
You can get low end 2 ton units, which this one actually is (being generous with that even), that have same cable size for much less $$ than this, but I'd really recommend not doing so. Unless you feel like opening up the living room with an oak tree through the roof and a cable wrapped around your leg when the unit fails.