Cable Guide Replacement

Durability and reliability are at the core of Lug-All and our designs. We know that sometimes parts can get damaged upon consistent heavy use or accidental improper use. This article will help you in the event of a bent or damaged Cable Guide. Lug-All has a one-year warranty on its...

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Hoist Maintenance

Lug-All come along ratchet winch hoists are designed to be long-lasting, hard-working tools that serve you for decades. In fact, many Lug-All winch hoists built 30, 40, and even 50 years ago are still being used today. One of the best ways to make sure your Lug-All winch hoists lasts...

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Lug-All Pre-Operational Inspection

Lug-All Come Along Ratchet Winch Hoists have always been designed and produced to high standards. High-quality materials and precision construction ensure that Lug-All winch hoists deliver consistent performance for many years. To protect the longevity of your Lug-All, it is important to perform routine inspections and maintenance. Inspection Checklist Before...

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Lug-All Rapid Lowering

Lug-All’s rapid lowering function is an optional addition to Lug-All cable ratchet winch hoists. Rapid lowering allows you to lower a load of at least 15 pounds by four ratchet teeth at a time. Read More

Main Frame Pawl and Spring Replacement

The basic design of our Lug-All Come Along Ratchet Winch Hoist hasn’t changed much since its creation in 1949. This design includes the main frame pawl spring. But, as in most cases, there is often room to improve. When Lug-All engineers took a close look at the design of the...

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Double Line Rigging

Lug-All Come Along Ratchet Winch Hoists are designed to provide the pulling power you need from a winch hoist, but many users might not know that most Lug-All winch hoists can actually achieve two different capacities through the use of single and double line rigging. How to Use a Double...

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Winching and Hoisting: Can Your Winch Double As a Hoist?

Winches and hoists were designed to make heavy lifting/pulling safer and easier. Although they look alike, winches and hoists were actually engineered to do slightly different things. A winch is used to pull a load horizontally over a slight incline, whereas a hoist is used to lift a load vertically...

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Replacing the Stress Link on Your Lug-All Web Strap Come Along Ratchet Winch Hoist

Lug-All Web Strap Come Along Ratchet Winch Hoists are designed to ensure the safety of the user and the hoist. Each web strap hoist is built with a breakable stress link, located next to the overload link. The stress link is important to the safety of the hoist operator, and...

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Main Frame Spring Replacement

Whether you’re pulling, lifting, or lowering a load, the main frame spring is an essential part of your Lug-All Come Along Ratchet Winch Hoist. If your main frame spring becomes worn out, it’s an easy fix! Just follow these simple steps to replace it. Step 1: Hold the spring upside...

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Safety 101: The Dielectric Properties of Web Strap Hoists

 Lug-All Web Strap Come Along Ratchet Winch Hoists are designed for overhead maintenance and construction of energized power lines. The web strap is not an insulating live-line tool, which means if it becomes wet or dirty, the strap loses some of its dielectric properties. But, when it’s clean and...

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