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12,000-pound Ford Performance Parts Winch by Warn Now Available for Super Duty Pickups Beyond the Tremor

Building on the success of the Ford Performance Parts winch by Warn offered on the Super Duty Tremor, 12,000 pounds of winching power will soon be available for any properly equipped 2020 or newer Super Duty pickup. Ford truck vehicle personalization Planning Manager Ron Meredith states: “We have Super Duty customers who saw the Tremor winch calling to say they want that same choice. So we’ve expanded its availability to every new Super Duty pickup and made sure it meets the needs of all of our hardworking Super Duty customers.”

The winch is available from the factory or as a dealer-installed accessory. It can be added to an optional 7.3-liter gas V8, 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 diesel, or newer 4×4 equipped F-250 and F-350 (not available for the F-350 DRW featuring the 4.10 rear gearing) Super Duty pickups with available dual batteries and dual 397 amp alternators.

One of the primary concerns when choosing a winch for your truck is ensuring it’s adequately rated for your vehicle and ultimately fit for purpose. Ford Performance Parts/Warn take care of these concerns and have prioritised crash safety and capability during the development process. Moreover, it’s fully integrated behind the steel bumper and features optimized airflow and clearance regardless of engine choice. The winch showcases high-tensile strength, abrasion-resistant synthetic cable—ideal for getting out of trouble, rescuing others, or as a useful tool onsite. Further still, it includes the only wireless remote control in its class (full-size pickups over 8,500 pounds GVWR) alongside a wired remote.

This accessory will be available to order beginning April 8 as a $3,000 factory option, or it can be added after purchase at a local Ford dealership for $3,000 MSRP plus labor. It’s great to see companies offering more rated overland accessories, which drastically enhance the go-anywhere ability/versatility of their trucks. The option to fit a winch from the factory will hopefully discourage owners from attempting to mount aftermarket winches themselves that may be poor quality, not vehicle rated, or not secured properly. It’s great to see Ford implementing a new product based on customer feedback, and I’m sure this will be a popular option among Super Duty owners.

$3,000 | ford.com


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