Braden Winch repair?

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Braden Winch repair?

Postby OrangeRoughy » Wed Jul 15, 2009 3:02 pm

I checked "search" for any posts from guys who may have tackled re-building their Braden winch. Mine, the exterior clutch engagement mechanism was frozen (a common issue I know) and the handle even broke off. Was thinking tackling a rebuild if I can find good step by step info and the parts of course...

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Re: Braden Winch repair?

Postby digdoug » Wed Jul 15, 2009 9:58 pm

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Re: Braden Winch repair?

Postby PowerMan » Wed Jul 15, 2009 10:24 pm

Here's the material list and parts breakdown I scanned in:
Hopefully it will help:

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We have rebuilt a few LU-2 winches on our Power Wagons. We have bought parts from Stewart Wholesale out of Oklahoma.
Call Les with the parts numbers at (405) 273-1813. They should be able to help you out.
1962 W100 340 LU2 winch
1964 W100 Town Panel 400 FOR SALE
1964 W200 340 LU2 winch
1964 W300 318 LU2 winch
1965 W200 Crew Cab 12 Valve Cummins
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Re: Braden Winch repair?

Postby PowerMan » Wed Jul 15, 2009 11:03 pm

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1962 W100 340 LU2 winch
1964 W100 Town Panel 400 FOR SALE
1964 W200 340 LU2 winch
1964 W300 318 LU2 winch
1965 W200 Crew Cab 12 Valve Cummins
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Re: Braden Winch repair?

Postby OrangeRoughy » Thu Jul 16, 2009 2:50 pm

EXCELLENT Powerman, Thank you. I printed it out. :salut
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Re: Braden Winch repair?

Postby OrangeRoughy » Sat Oct 17, 2009 5:11 pm

Successfully rebuilt my winch thanks to the above info. Earlier today "winched" my brothers F-250 across the field as a test...no problem :lol:

Also, Les was quite helpful, very nice guy. Thanks!
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Re: Braden Winch repair?

Postby PowerMan » Sun Oct 18, 2009 8:36 am

Glad it worked out! :Thumbsup You never know when you might need a winch... :lol:
1962 W100 340 LU2 winch
1964 W100 Town Panel 400 FOR SALE
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Re: Braden Winch repair?

Postby BigAL » Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:42 pm

WOW cool info, my winch's clutch is frozen too, I have been thinking to take it apart and rebuild it. Somewhere along the line, someone must have put the winch in gear thinking they were engaging the front axle. Beccause the strap across the fair lead top is sucked in big time on my truck, LOL.
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