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Old March 22nd, 2010, 03:14 PM   #1
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So after a LONG recovery at Bundy a couple weeks ago, I damaged my mile marker E9000. I talked to Mile Marker a couple times about it and found out they discontinued supporting my winch with direct replacement parts. They were however able to figure out the replacement parts for the new ones will bolt right up and make my winch just about a 1/4" taller than it is now. It's not direct replacement, but for $15.00 and shipping, I'll take it.

Thanks again Mile Marker!!

Highly Recomend these guys!!!

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Old March 22nd, 2010, 03:49 PM   #2
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Yeah I have had good luck with their customer support as well. When I got my PE8000 it came with the M.O.F.S.E.T.controll box, well after a few uses I for got to depress the release tab and wrecked it, winch no workie after that. Call up MileMarker to get replacement parts and was informed they discontinued that style box and they replaced it with a circuit breaker style and new remote. I explained it was my fault, and they said no worries they would replace it under warranty.Top notch company IMO
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