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    Quote Originally Posted by MudRunnerTD View Post
    Hi Mark. It actually has more to do with how the motors are wound. The Iskra is i believe a continuous wound units that is designed for a static machine operation and continuous load and when adapted onto a 12v winch it was found that they simply dont load up like a series wound motor. They take the load and keep going. Lets face it that is when things really get ugly. Loaded and lacking current and the Iskra will just keep pulling.
    There is a bit of confusion there. These are likely to be a series wound motor just like every other winch motor, as cranes, hoist, winches etc are the primary use of a series wound motor. The iskra is probably a continuous duty motor? Maybe more poles for more torque?
    There are basically 3 types of basic DC motor. Series wound, shunt wound and Compound wound (series and shunt)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben-e-boy View Post
    There is a bit of confusion there. These are likely to be a series wound motor just like every other winch motor, as cranes, hoist, winches etc are the primary use of a series wound motor. The iskra is probably a continuous duty motor? Maybe more poles for more torque?
    There are basically 3 types of basic DC motor. Series wound, shunt wound and Compound wound (series and shunt)
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    So I really need to get my arse into gear and get this done and fitted. I went out yesterday to get a load of firewood and wanted to winch a great bit of timber up the hill a bit. Winch was dead as a door nail. Last use was winching the lumbered massive pine at my place with Rossco. It was playing up then but won’t work now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MudRunnerTD View Post
    Thanks Bene, good to see you about mate, hope your well. How is your TD looking mate? Have you got a plan bud?
    I'm getting by. I have a plan of getting a GU and put my speed parts on it and have soley a touring type setup.


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    Righto. Oil time. Been reading over the webs and seeing different answers. 30w oil is recommended. Which I assume is engine oul. Can’t say I’ve seen a straight 30 gear oil. But I’ve read others just using your regular 80/90gear oil and similar types. 6 Fluid ounces is Warns recommendation. Stick with this?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Righto. Oil time. Been reading over the webs and seeing different answers. 30w oil is recommended. Which I assume is engine oul. Can’t say I’ve seen a straight 30 gear oil. But I’ve read others just using your regular 80/90gear oil and similar types. 6 Fluid ounces is Warns recommendation. Stick with this?


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    Originally found some outboard gear oil close to what's recommended but since have just used normal gear oil which sure will be fine. Bout 180-200ml should do. .

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    Righto. Which is the 30w engine oil I have. Cheers.


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    Mudski's High Warn High Mount Rebuild into an ARB GU Bar

    She’s nearly finished!
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    I have the Iskra Mahle motor mounted on shortened Gigglepin motor mounting bolts.
    I then made up my own mounting bracket for the solenoid.
    My last issue. I seem to have misplaced the bolts for the freespool delete thingo...
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    Other than that, and wiring the solenoid to the motor. It’s ready. Yeah baby!


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    Holy moly Markie looks smick as too good to use lol . Sticker on top is upside down but. .

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