There was a time when we lifted heavy loads like a teenager and push-started Jeeps just for fun. Nowadays there's probably some law about child labor as well as chasing after a vehicle rolling down the street. But we've also learned that having a helping hand for manual labor is a real luxury, and with the Warn PullzAll you can still get the work done without having to bother a buddy. While many of us have mounted self-recovery winches on our trailers, the PullzAll is far handier because it's portable. Both a 24V-powered model with a self-contained rechargeable battery pack, and a 120V household model are available, and of course we found uses for each. Not only that, they are both rated as a hoist, which allows them to be used vertically in a safe manner. That means swapping engine, lifting transmissions, and loading junk on a trailer is now far easier than ever before. We've tried both models, and with a 1,000-pound load capacity and 15 feet of 7/32 cable, the PullzAll is one of the handiest tools in our collection for home or trail. Using a remote PullzAll allows you to be at the action end, rather than tethered to where a winch is bolted down. The 24V model has an optional extra battery and a car charger, as well as a household current charger. The PullzAll features an easily controlled trigger switch, a reversing switch, and a load indicator to show how hard the winch is pulling. The 120V style shown is only 15 pounds!The PullzAll features an easily controlled trigger switch, a reversing switch, and a load The inside layout is a simple, time-proven spur-gear design driven by a helical shafted motor. Because it's rated as a hoist, there is no freespool option.The inside layout is a simple, time-proven spur-gear design driven by a helical shafted mo We found the 1,000-pound rating easily handled heavy trannies in the shop. The overhead hoist points became more of an issue than the PullzAll!We found the 1,000-pound rating easily handled heavy trannies in the shop. The overhead ho SOURCES Warn Ind. N/A www.warn.com By Rick Pewe Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!