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    Drag Rubber
    Drag Rubber

    $25.00 inc GST

    $25.00 inc GST

    Drag Rubber

    $25.00 inc GST

    A Replacement Drag Rubber

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    Description

    The drag rubber can wear out after a few years of use.

    It is possible to move the cable tie around the frame to make it tighter if needed.

    The drag rubber adds drag to the drum, reducing the chance of an over-run. Comes with a cable tie to fit.

    To fit the new Drag Rubber,

    1. Remove the D pin from the drum
    2. Pull out the winch shaft
    3. Remove the drum
    4. Cut the old cable tie and remove the old drag rubber
    5. Loosely cable tie the new Drag Rubber to the frame
    6. Pull the Drag Rubber up and position it on the white plastic bush
    7. Replace the drum and re-insert the winch shaft
    8. Pull the cable tie tight and cut off any excess tab. Try not to twist the Drag Rubber
    9. Re-insert the D Pin.

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