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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-10-2002, 09:37 AM Thread Starter
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Warn 8274 ID?

Is there anyway to tell the vin # of an 8274 if the metal tag is gone? I need to order brake parts and they need to know the ID#, but the metal tag on the housing is gone.
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Mudman, sorry i cant help you with the winch...but if i remember correctly, you had the TJ being parted out....I thought of something...what radio did it come from the factory with? If it's the mopar cd player...i WILL come get it! Dont ask why.....hahaha

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Re: Warn 8274 ID?

8274 ID numbers are stamped into the top of the upper gear housing. should be a 4 digit model number, a 5-7 digit serial number and a 3-4 digit date code. IF these numbers are not there, then someone has replaced the upper gear housing, and not restamped the numbers. The nice thing about the 8274 is that they have changed very little in all the years they have been in service, so there should be little trouble getting parts. You can go on Warns website and download the parts breakdowns from them.
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Re: Warn 8274 ID?

your right, they haven't changed much but the problem is that there are some changes with the brake parts. He bought the winch from me (I bought it used) and now we are trying to verify which model it is.
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Remy,

His crashed jeep had a pioneer which he will put in his "new" 97. I know that he has two stock tape decks from jeep but no cd players.
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Re: Warn 8274 ID?

There is a # about 6 or so digits, but it is so worn down we can not read it. Is there any other way to find out?
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Re: Warn 8274 ID?

You could go to this website and look at the illustrated parts breakdowns untill you see the one that matches your winch. Distinguising characterics are the stype of the solenoid box, and the freewheel lever...
<a target="_blank" href=http://www.dsiwarn.com/service_parts.htm>http://www.dsiwarn.com/service_parts.htm</a>
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Re: Warn 8274 ID?

The problem that mudman is having is about the brake assembly. The main part of the brake which that "do hicky" or "clicker thingy" rides on and makes all the noice while in use. (i don't feel like looking up the exact name) That main piece either has holes or it doesn't. However, the new brake kit only works with the type without the holes. There are two models that have those holes. We need to figure out which of the two we have so that we can order the right part.

Did this make any sense. I am sure it didn't
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I have looked at all the exploded views, it matches the second version except the brake has the holes. I need to find out how to determine which "ratchet" I have.
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