Champion EWX 6hp 12volt Replacement Winch Motor.
A very good quality replacement motor that is fitted as standard to the Champion EWX12000 Winch. The motor is fitted with a large heatsink to help cooling.
This motor will fit most winches with a 4.5" diameter motor, including the Superwinch EP range and Warn M and XD Series winches.
It is supplied compete with a Champion drum support but this is removed when fitting to other winches.
|Fits Vehicles||Series, Defender, Discovery 1, Discovery 2, Discovery 3&4, Freelander 1, Freelander 2, Evoque|
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For Warriror Samurai 9500SD needs small modifications
By Jaroslav on 12/09/2017
I have been replacing this motor into Warrior 9500SD - short drum winch. the Motor is longer than original 12V version, but not an issue for me. What was the problem is that it also has longer axle. But better longer than shorter. I had to cut axle about one centimetre and extend internal hole with 6 mm drill. As the axle does not have groove for securing washer in right position now and I was to lazy to make one on it. I simply made right length washer that prevent some other parts to slide more on the axle than desired. Than I found another small issue. The internal diameter of the static part of motor does not fit on the drum side holder. I have to turn ID of motor on the lathe little bit or do the same with protrusions on the winch side. I think fitting motor into lathe will be easier. Generally speaking I have expected some modification would be needed. What I found interesting was drilling the hole. I expected hardened material but axle seems to be very easily machinable. I hope it is tough enough to withstand the torsion forces that will come when using it on expeditions. Electrically I have not checked it yet.