I recommend an ON/OFF switch somewhere to turn on and off the winch. My nephew likes to climb in my CovidZombieKiller and flip the switches. If the winch was always active then there is a good chance he would unwind the winch without pulling the cable, or even over tighten the cable. Thankfully there is a hidden on/off switch he doesn't know about. He can turn on and off the lights, and whips all he wants for all I care.
A forum community dedicated to Yamaha Viking side-by-side owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about performance, reviews, modifications, classifieds, troubleshooting, maintenance, and more!