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Unread 05-09-2010, 08:37 PM   #1
JAWSnAZ
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Mile Marker Hydraulic Winch Install

I didn't find any real good install instructions here so I searched the net. I found this and it is what "SHOULD" come with the winch when you spend the big cash to go hydraulic. The instructions that I got with the winch were a little weak IMO.

Mile Marker Hydraulic Winch Installation

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Unread 05-11-2010, 08:18 PM   #2
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I followed this guys write up as well as the provided instructions. It takes a bit of planning as to how to route the wires. I also installed an inline transmission filter. I cut out a section of the hose below the power steering reservoir and placed it there. But my kit didn't come with multiple adapters like his did. I ended up buying an adapter so both sides have the 90 degree elbow exiting/entering the selonid (this required and extension and another 90degree piece, I went to a local nut and bolt place and ordered them). I trimmed the lower part of my grill and ran one hose through the right most grill slot and the other around the grill support piece.

I also removed the entire control unit and took out the feamle receiver portion (where the hand controller plugs into). I am currently trying to plan where exactly to mount it. I am thinking either in the grill, fender, or inside the cab on the dash

NOTE: be careful not to get dirt in the selonid. I had it out with the holes plugged but I somehow got dirt or rust in there. I had to get a replacement from milemarker
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Unread 09-01-2010, 03:32 PM   #3
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Sorry to bring this thread back up but me and my boss both just bought used HI10500 and he went and bought the hydraulic adapter kit from mile marker for $100 and installed his, but he tore some of the little tags off the 6adapters they give you.... You only need 2 so I have the part number 90-50400 I believe off the adapter coming from the pump but I don't have the # of the one going to the steering box, if I can get that number I can order just those two adapters and save $$ with parts I don't need.
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