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Post by spit-bang on Tue Dec 24 2013, 12:14

Hi all, I was wondering if anyone could identify and possibly date this flat belt driven winch that i bought a couple of months ago. its a nice piece of kit with fast and loose pullies and is in working order. i have looked all over it but havent found a makers plate. It is quite heavy and i have no plns for it at the mo, apart from moving it undercover, i got it as part of a joblot with a lister rotary pump and a 1929 lister d type. any help much appreciated cheers..

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Post by steve w on Thu Dec 26 2013, 08:35

I wonder if it was part of a log saw set up? used to winch the logs as the cable looks very long?

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Post by spit-bang on Fri Dec 27 2013, 14:19

Yes. there does seem to be a long cable, but not very thick. the only manufacturer i could of is winget, but have no way of confirming it.

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