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is there a different model or is this model able to charge up so you can use it on the road without having to worry about plugging it in?

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"WARN PullzAll Handheld Electric Pulling Tool - Red, 120 Volt, Model# 885000"

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"The Warn PullzAll is an electric pulling tool that replaces come-a-longs and chain falls. Now you can get the job done faster, with more control and without the manual labor. With its 1,000-lb. working load capacity, the PullzAll has endless applications for the professional tradesman and do-it-yourselfer, including construction, pipe fitting, iron work, equipment and plant maintenance, farm and ranch use, auto shops, garages, machine shops, home improvement, hunting, camping and more. Dimensions L x W x H in. 12 x 8 x 8, Line Speed FPM 13.8, Mounting Hardware Included No, Power Cord ft. 1, Braking Dynamic, Clutch None, Fairlead Type Hawse, Line Pull lbs. 1,000, Switching Method Variable speed trigger w/forward/reverse, Volts 120, Rope Type Galvanized aircraft grade wire, Cooling 30 min., Rope Size L x dia. ft. x in. 15 total 13 usable x 7/32, Run Time 1 min. Operates on 120V AC power 1000lb. lifting/pulling capacity handles heavy-duty jobs Lightweight portable tool to help tradesman lift or move heavy objects Combines power of winch or hoist with compact style of handheld power tool Wire rope tension plate Electronic load limiter with LED indicator protects against overload Easy-grip handle with built-in trigger for variable speed control Convenient forward/reverse switch Includes 15ft. of 7/32in. wire rope with industrial-grade hook Swivel anchor hook adds versatility Note Do not spool the wire rope out past the red paint, which is visible at 13 ft. Doing so can cause the wire rope to spool on the drum in the wrong direction, which can damage the wire rope and fairlead."
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Questions & Answers for "WARN PullzAll Handheld Electric Pulling Tool - Red, 120 Volt, Model# 885000"

Question

will this operate on a power invertor?

Can this satisfactorily be connected to a 1200 watt or 1500 watt (1200 watt plus some reserve capacity) power invertor powered from a standard automobile or pickup truck engine starting battery? I saw the answer to this basic question regarding a gasoline generator, but have not found the answer concerning a power invertor of satiafactory power rating.
asked 2 weeks, 5 days ago
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john3347x
 - Rossville, GA
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Staff Answer
This Warn Pullzall is a 10 amp system. Running it off a inverter powered from a standard battery would work.
answered 2 weeks, 2 days ago
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ProductExpert7
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is there a different model or is this model able to charge up so you can use it on the road without having to worry about plugging it in?

asked 8 months ago
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Lujo
 - Queens, NY
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This unit is AC power only. It does not have cordless capability.
There are two cordless models available. See items below.
answered 8 months ago
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ProductExpert40
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answer 2
It can not be charged, it runs on a 110VAC motor and must be plugged into at least a 10 amp 110VAC service.
I use it with a 3000watt Gasoline Generator and it works great in remote areas that have no power.
answered 6 months ago
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kellismechanic
 - Las Vegas, NV
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answer 3
This model is 120 volt only . I believe they make a cordless one for that application. I haven't tried it but after using the corded one i wouldn't be scared to . I'm really pleased with mine .
answered 1 month, 1 week ago
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Robert6963
 - tx
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If you're lifting something and stop, will it hold the load where you stop?

asked 3 years, 9 months ago
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TWJB
 - We run a newspaper in NW Kansas
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The PullzAll is designed for both lifting and pulling. The unit is built with a load limiter to shut it down once the 1000lb threshold has been exceeded. The PullzAll will indefinitely hold the load even if the unit is unplugged. 
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
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ProductExpert19
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answer 2
yes
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
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MJantz
 - Oklahoma
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answer 3
yes it should hold the load. mine held the load even when it stoped because if overload
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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manager10952
 - Monsey, NY
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answer 4
Yes.
answered 6 months ago
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kellismechanic
 - Las Vegas, NV
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Remote Control Lanyard?

Do you have or will you have have a remote control lanyard available for this unit?
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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AndersonCarpentry
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There isn't an optional remote for the PullzAll.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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ProductExpert25
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answer 2
no this does not have a remote and I dont think it will come out in the futher time
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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manager10952
 - Monsey, NY
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answer 3
Not at this time.
answered 6 months ago
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kellismechanic
 - Las Vegas, NV
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does it have power in and out

asked 3 years, 9 months ago
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stumped
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This PullzAll has variable speed power in and power out.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
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ProductExpert5
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answer 2
Sure does!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
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MJantz
 - Oklahoma
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answer 3
The unit has a reversing switch so it powers winds the cable in and out. There is only one speed, so the power unwinding can be a bit slow.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
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RBryant
 - Southern Pines, NC
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answer 4
It is ONLY Power in and out, it will not "freewheel"
answered 6 months ago
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kellismechanic
 - Las Vegas, NV
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Braking

Does it have some form of automatic brake if it loses power?
Also is there any sort of manual crank if it loses power?
asked 1 year, 2 months ago
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Anonymous
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The WARN Pullzall Handheld Electric Pulling Tool features a dynamic brake that will hold in place even without power. There is not a way to manually operate the tool.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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ProductExpert25
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answer 2
The unit will hold a load, even if you lose power. There is not a manual crank.
answered 10 months ago
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Mulewright
 - St. Louis Missouri
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answer 3
It does have a cable brake but no hand crank.
answered 6 months ago
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kellismechanic
 - Las Vegas, NV
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Is there a way to double back the cable? So I can double the strength and or add extra slow control speed.

asked 10 months ago
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captainchrysler
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This Warn Pullzall does not have a place to hook to. When using a pulley block to double pulling power you would need to hook to another stationery object.
answered 10 months ago
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ProductExpert30
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answer 2
You could use a snatch block on the live cable, and hook live cable end back to a fixed point. You will most likely not double the capacity but you can slow your speed.
answered 10 months ago
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Mulewright
 - St. Louis Missouri
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answer 3
WARN makes a cable block just for that purpose.
answered 6 months ago
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kellismechanic
 - Las Vegas, NV
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is there a mounting bracket for this tool

asked 2 years, 1 month ago
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Anonymous
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This WARN PullzAll Handheld Electric Pulling Tool is portable is not designed to be used with a mounting bracket.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
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ProductExpert13
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answer 2
it has a hook on the back of the unit that can mount to just about anything, but does not have a solid mount, a regular WARN winch is best for mounting on something solid.
answered 6 months ago
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kellismechanic
 - Las Vegas, NV
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where is this manufactured?

asked 7 months ago
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drfirepump
 - Kansas City, Kansas
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This item is manufactured in China.
answered 7 months ago
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ProductExpert31
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Will it lift 800lb straight up

asked 9 months ago
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Lunasea
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The PullzAll is designed for both lifting and pulling. The unit is built with a load limiter to shut it down once the 1000lb threshold has been exceeded. The PullzAll will indefinitely hold the load even if the unit is unplugged.
answered 9 months ago
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ProductExpert30
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answer 2
It should. However during this type of application it is imperative to safely "anchor" the top and also to secure your item very well.
answered 7 months ago
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MRNRSE32
 - Cleveland, TN
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