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Contact: Scott Salmon
Warn Industries, Inc.
Phone: (503) 722-3125
Email: salmon@warn.com

Warn Industries

Warn Offers New and Improved Manual Lift for WARN ATV Plows

INDIANAPOLIS, Dealernews International Powersports Dealer Expo – (February 14, 2004) ATV owners who want to use their rigs for plowing, will appreciate the new Universal Manual Lift from Warn Industries. Reflecting Warn’s acclaimed product design and engineering, the Universal Manual Lift delivers more plow lift with less effort, and provides for easy installation and detachment.

Key to the lift’s effectiveness is the lever-style design which makes it possible to raise any WARN plow blade—including the largest 60-inch model—with New and Improved Manual Lift for WARN ATV Plowsas little as 20 lbs. of pulling effort. Lift height is eight inches, allowing the plow to easily clear curbs and other obstacles. And since it mounts directly to the plow’s push tubes, the lift, along with the plow and arm assembly, is easily detached when a plow job is complete.

Constructed of durable powder-coated steel, with zinc-plated hardware, the WARN Universal Manual Lift is built to work season after season. The lift kit includes a cable termination strap that eliminates the need for a pulley bracket. The lift works with most WARN plow-equipped ATVs.

About Warn Industries
Warn Industries designs, manufacturers and markets a full line of off-road equipment and accessories that enhance the performance of four-wheel-drive vehicles. It is the world’s most recognized brand in off-road products such as hub locks and vehicle recovery winches. Warn employs more than 500 people in and around Portland, Ore., and Livonia, Mich. For 50 years, whenever durability and dependability have mattered, customers have chosen Warn products. Warn Industries is a Dover Company (NYSE: DOV).


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