|ZEON™ 10-S SPECS/PART NUMBERS|
|Part Numbers: PN 89611 (12V DC)|
|Rated Line Pull: 10000 lbs. (4536 kgs.) single-line|
|Motor: 12V DC, Series Wound™|
|Electrical Controls: Contactor|
|Remote Control: Remote switch, 12" (3.7m) Lead|
|Geartrain: 3-Stage Planetary|
|Gear Ratio: 216.1|
|Clutch (freespooling): Rotating Ring Gear|
|Brake: Automatic Mechanical Cone|
|Drum Diameter/Length: 3.15"/9.0" (6.4cm/23cm)|
|Weight (kit shipping): 75 lbs. (34 kgs.)|
|Rope: 3/8" x 100' (9.5mm x30.5m) Sypdura Synthetic|
|Recommended Battery: 650 CCA for winching|
|Battery Leads: 2 gauge, 72" (1.83m)|
|Finish: Satin-black Powder coat|
|Warranty: Limited Lifetime|
|12V DC PERFORMANCE SPECS|
|Pull by layer
|0||33 (10.27)||62 amps||1/10000(4536)|
|2000(910)||14.9 (4.5)||144 amps||2/8245(3740)|
|4000(1810)||11.2 (3.4)||215 amps||3/7014(3181)|
|6000(2720)||8.5 (2.6)||380 amps||4/6103 (2768)|
|8000(3630)||6.5 (2.0)||353 amps||5/5402 (2450)|
|10000(4536)||4.8 (1.5)||409 amps|
Integrated configuration 24.25" L. x 7.15" D. x 10.52" H.
(615.9mm L. x 181.6mm D. x 267.1mm H.)
Low-profile configuration 24.25" L. x 7.84" D. x 10.52" H.
(615.9mm L. x 181.6mm D. x 199.02mm H.)
|Mounting Bolt Pattern: 10.0" x 4.5"
(254mm x 114.3mm)
- Line Length: 100 ft
- Line Pull: 10,000 lbs
- Max Line Speed: 33 ft/min
- Current Draw: 353 amps
- Remote: Wired
- Intended Usage: Frequent
- Solenoid: Integrated
- Line Type: Synthetic Rope
- Shipping Weight: 80.5lb
- Shipping Dimensions: 27in x 19in x 9in (L x W x H)
Customer Submitted Photos
WARN ZEON 10-S Winch with 100' Spydura Synthetic Rope and Hawse Fairlead Reviews
This winch is a beast! Have used it a couple times already while wheeling.
Tip: make sure you get the Warn winch plate for this -- do not try to get anything else that claims it will fit. Trust me, it won't. save yourself the time and money and get only the Warn plate. You'll thank me later.
The only reminder I have is, you must have the plug-in remote to operate the winch. Don't be like me and leave it at home in your recovery gear while you're running errands around town and realize you can't help a stranded motorist in winter weather.
Definitely more heavy duty than my old winch. Clean look and should be ready when I need it.
This is my second Zeon. Originally had a Ramsey on my first JK and it did OK but after 5 MN winters and road salt, it literally had the aluminum housing crumble.
Replaced with a Zeon and had 3 years with NO issues. So when got JL got a Warn again. It was a VERY tight fit in the stock steel front bumper. So tight that if the bolts get seized (common issue in MN jeeps after several years) I'll likely have to cut it out. So hopefully it holds up. I would consider a smaller bodied Warn if I had to do it again. Also with the tight fit, there is no way to clear or reach debris in front of the winch, untangle any winch line, etc. with the stock steel bumper. But the plus is it is better tucked in and protected. Used Rusty's winch mount and liked the design since it does not have any lips to collect snow, rocks or debris on top, like other designs.