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Maasdam 6000S 3-Ton Cable Puller

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  • 3 Ton Capacity USA Made Pow'R Pull with 5/16-Inch diameter cable. 12-Feet Maximum Lift
  • Precision Fit, Steel Alloy Pawls and 1 Piece, Aluminum Alloy Ratchet Wheel provides safety and dependability
  • 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

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Technical Details
Part Number6000S
Item Weight11 Kg
Product Dimensions95.5 x 37.6 x 14.5 cm
Item model number6000S
Item Package Quantity1
Weight11.1 kilograms
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Best Sellers Rank #127,218 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13 Kg
Date First AvailableSept. 16 2011
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1 piece aluminum-alloy ratchet wheel; Galvanized 5/16 aircraft cable; 12' maximum lift; Permanent, non-slip plastic grip; Lifetime Warranty; Meets ANSI/ASME Standards

From the Manufacturer

Maasdam Pow'R Pull - 3 Ton Capacity Heavy Duty Cable Puller. Used universally. Quality "Made in the USA" construction. Features "Notch-At-A-Time Let down - 5/16" diameter cable with 12' Maximum Lift.Positive control, trouble free let down. Precision Fit, Steel Alloy Pawls with Safety Spacer Sleeve - Pawls securely interlock with the ratchet wheel; Spacer insures true & consistent alignment between the pawl & ratchet wheel. Non-Slip Plastic Grip - Permanent, comfortable - reduces hand fatigue. Galvanized, Aircraft Quality Cable - Rugged, virtually indestructible. 1 Piece, Aluminum Alloy Ratchet Wheel - Wear resistant, stronger than lamiated wheels. Heavy Duty, Reinforced Ratchet Guard - Keeps fingers & clothing clear of ratchet. Aircraft-type, Heat Treated Bolts - Wears less, lasts longer. Heavy Duty, Reinforced Ratch Guard - Keeps fingers & clothing clear of ratchet. Drop-Forged Steel Slip Hooks - For maximum strength. OSHA Recommended Safety Latches - Hooks stay connected. Meets ANSI/ASME Specifications B30.21-1996. Use in construction, fencing, farm & ranch, automotive, landscaping, equipment handling, boating, hunting, camping, gardening, vehicle recovery/rescue & so much more!

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars good quality but slow June 11 2013
By JA Larson - Published on
1. I sent this off to Masterpull to install synthetic winch line and a locking hook. This gives you about 30' of line length (and no wire splinters) and easier to use a snatch block. My experience is hooks with the spring-loaded aluminum gates get broken fast.

2. It is a very heavy, well made unit. I would not buy a cheaper come along. I also recommend you download the Warn booklet on winching (always helps to be safe).

3. I recommend you Loc-Tite the bolts. They seem to fall off easily (when this happens in the woods, you'll never find the nut).

4. This is EXTREMELY slow to use because it does not have a spinner (a wheel to rapidly rewind the line). One handle pump gives you about a half inch of movement. You'll be doing a lot of pumping either to winch or to rewind the line. Many/most come-alongs are like this.

5. I called the company and they said a spinner was not feasible.

6. The only higher quality come-along that I'm aware of is the Wyeth-Scott, which can be ordered with synthetic line, but it is roughly double the price (or the same price if you include upgrading the Maasdam to synthetic line). The Wyeth-Scott does not appear to have a spinner, but unclear.

7. Any come-along is a limited tool, but is affordable. Other solutions are typically more expensive. A High-Lift jack (rated 4,660 lbs) is cheaper, but the pull is far shorter. If you add all the accessories, it's more expensive.

8. Some electric winches are pretty cheap, but you have to factor in buying/humping a mounting plate & deep-discharge battery.

9. I'll never buy another come-along. They're just too slow to use for me.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars cable puller Feb. 21 2012
By Richard - Published on
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Great. Works well, albeit pretty heavy. Some sharp edges. Reverse is a little kluggy. I could pull a house off it's foundations with this!!
4.0 out of 5 stars Massive, Slow, Gets the Job Done Sept. 14 2012
By S. Hankins - Published on
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This unit is massive . As another reviewer has noted, it is a one-click-per-pull come-a-long. I used it to remove two 1,000-lb. printing presses from a basement, pulling them up a ramp. For such a heavy object, I think one click per pull was an advantage. But, I wouldn't want to try using this on a smaller job, where it would be overkill and painfully slow. It was exactly what I needed for my very heavy task. The unit did arrived in a partially broken manufacturer's box; Amazon should clearly have repackaged it to offer more protection. Aside from that, my only complaint is that it did not arrive well lubricated, so I had to oil, and then activate the ratchet stop by hand, for the first few hundred pulls on the lever.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not a small puller Dec 11 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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The picture of this puller is is ONE HUGE puller. It must weigh in around 20 pounds..I don't remember, but it's big. The cable is, I believe, 3/8" (maybe 5/16"), and the handle uses compound leverage to obtain the required amount of force necessary for the 3 ton capacity. It has a relatively short length of cable. The use of a snatch/pulley to double the pulling force, as can be used on smaller pullers, probably wouldn't be used with this, unless you're pulling a house off it's foundation. It works quite well, although somewhat stiff (maybe just new), and the retrieval rate is somewhat slow. It is very well built (Maasdam is), and will last a lifetime. Not something you would have in your trunk for emergencies, unless you didn't want much of anything else in there as well. An excellent puller for the big big jobs.
5.0 out of 5 stars powr puller April 8 2013
By Donald Cyr - Published on
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Its 1 heavy duty puller , it looks as it will last a long time it is very well constructed