- Cut the equipment you carry in half, reducing weight, saving space
- Reduces line load and strain on winch
- Up to a 4 part line with only two winch rings
- No friction build up on the shackle from a spinning ring
- Reduce line speed
A traditional winch ring requires someone to babysit the winch line, making sure it doesn't fall out of the groove while the line is slack. Also, if you have ever winched while climbing rocks, the vehicle can lurch forward, causing the line to drop out of the groove, then the vehicle can slip back down, causing the full tention to be placed on the soft shackle. Needless to say, it needed a solution for this. With the offset winch ring, on a 2:1 set up, you can dive through the hole instead of the groove, now the line will never fall out.
From birth to finished product, the manufacturing process covers less than 150 miles.
- Designed AND Machined in Idaho
- 6061 Aircraft Aluminum
- Type III Anodizing - Toughest available
- Laser engraved
#1 Dan from Flawed Offroad breaks down how the winch ring works and shows it in action.
#2 Casey Ladelle dropped a video on the new winch ring and broke the internet. This is his response to people who resist innovation.
Winching Will Never Be The Same
Yankum has set out to constantly revolutionize the recovery world. We have done it again.
2 Part Setup (2:1)
In a 2 part pull, you are able to place tension on two parts of the line, making one line act like two winches. This allows you to either double your pulling force, or redirect your pull, in the event you are not able to line your vehicle up with the stuck vehicle.
3 Part Setup (3:1)
Here we add one more winch ring. On a redirect we now see almost a 50% increase in pulling power over a 2:1. Our other set up pictured, we are generating 8000 lbs of pull with only 3000 lbs of input. We are also distributing the pull on multiple points of the stuck vehicle.