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jeep comanche 1991 4x4 weight?


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If I remember correctly, the advertised curb weight was approximately 3,400 pounds (1545 kg). If you are running larger tires and wheels, and/or have added a lot of equipment or armor, add those weights to the curb weight.

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Now that I know the weight of my Comanche ,the closer option is the Tirfor for 5291.09 lbs(2400 Kg) in the air as I know,pulling,the power is double(more easy work), but if still not enough a can add a pulley .The 4x4 experts say that the winch have to pull 2 times the weight of the vehicle ,so will be ok.

 

Thanks guys for the info

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Now that I know the weight of my Comanche ,the closer option is the Tirfor for 5291.09 lbs(2400 Kg) in the air as I know,pulling,the power is double(more easy work), but if still not enough a can add a pulley .The 4x4 experts say that the winch have to pull 2 times the weight of the vehicle ,so will be ok.

 

Thanks guys for the info

 

How did you come up with that math? The pulley?

 

The rig at 3400#, let us say you may have to have someone inside turning the wheel for you so add 200# and then add fuel and gear for 300#. that is 3900# and then you double that for 7800#.

 

This is why everyone says to use a 8000# winch minimum.

 

We use 8000# winches with the pulley and it is slow. With a manual winch it will be like watching grass grow.

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