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ComeUp Cub 2 ATV Winch - Wire Rope - Roller Fairlead - 2,000 lbs

ComeUp Cub 2 ATV Winch - Wire Rope - Roller Fairlead - 2,000 lbs

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Light-duty winch with 0.8-hp, permanent magnet motor lets you quickly and safely recover a stuck ATV. Sealed design ensures winch operates in any environment. Dual brakes offer reliable load holding. Handlebar rocker switch included. Call 800-298-1624 to order ComeUp electric winch part number CU122392 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all ComeUp products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for ComeUp Cub 2 ATV Winch - Wire Rope - Roller Fairlead - 2,000 lbs. Electric Winch reviews from real customers.
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ComeUp Electric Winch - CU122392

  • ATV - UTV Winch
  • 1001 - 2000 lbs
  • Wire Rope
  • ComeUp
  • No Remote
  • Medium - 5 to 9 FPM
  • 11 - 20 lbs
  • 3-Stage Planetary Gear
  • 1.0 HP

Light-duty winch with 0.8-hp, permanent magnet motor lets you quickly and safely recover a stuck ATV. Sealed design ensures winch operates in any environment. Dual brakes offer reliable load holding. Handlebar rocker switch included.


  • ATV recovery winch is designed for recreation and light-duty work applications
    • Perfect for 250cc - 350cc sport quad 4x4s, 2-wheel drive ATVs, and snowmobiles
    • Recommended for ATVs with a maximum GVW of 1,000 lbs
  • 0.8-hp, Permanent magnet motor delivers fast and safe line pulling
    • Motor is lighter and uses less current than a series-wound motor
    • Sealed to keep water out and prevent internal corrosion
  • Sealed and submersible 250-amp contactor transmits power from vehicle battery to winch motor
    • Water- and weather-resistant to IP68 specifications
    • Mounts with included hardware under ATV's front cover or hood
  • Automatic mechanical and dynamic brakes ensure reliable load holding
    • Mechanical spring brake creates resistance on drum to stop rotation and hold the load
    • Dynamic brake uses resistance from motor to stop drum rotation
  • All-steel, 3-stage planetary gear train
    • Provides increased drum speed when compared with worm drives and 1- or 2-stage planetary gear trains
  • Rocker switch lets you control the winch from the seat of your ATV
    • Switch mounts to handlebar with included hardware
    • Wireless remote control (CU881286 - sold separately) available
  • Free-spooling clutch ensures fast rope payout and reduces wear on the motor
  • 3/16" Diameter wire rope is strong and abrasion resistant
    • 50' Long galvanized steel cable
    • 1/4" Forged steel clevis hook and nylon hand-saver strap included
  • Heavy-duty, compact roller fairlead
    • 4 Steel rollers reduce friction and wear on the rope
    • Black anodized finish resists corrosion
  • Mounting plate (sold separately) may be required to mount winch and fairlead to your ATV
  • Durable, gray powder coated steel body and motor resist corrosion
  • Tie-bars and side frames help to create a strong and rigid winch body


  • Rated line pull (with a single layer of wire rope around the drum): 2,000 lbs (static load)
    • Maximum recommended ATV GVW: 1,000 lbs
  • Motor: 12-volt DC
    • Line pull at 0 lbs:
      • Power draw: 25 amps
      • Line speed: 22-3/16 FPM
    • Line pull at 2,000 lbs:
      • Power draw: 150 amps
      • Line speed: 6-1/2 FPM
  • Gear ratio: 103:1
  • Duty cycle: S3 5% (approximately 44 seconds on/14 minutes off)
  • Braking: 100-percent load-holding mechanical and dynamic
  • Battery lead wire: 6 gauge
  • Battery lead length: 6'
  • Rope dimensions: 50' long x 3/16" (4 mm) diameter
  • Winch dimensions: 11-1/8" long x 3-7/8" wide x 4-5/8" tall
  • Drum dimensions: 1-1/2" diameter x 3" long
  • Distance between roller fairlead mounting holes (center to center): 4-7/8"
  • Winch weight (with wire rope installed): 14.3 lbs
  • Recommended battery size (for maximum power): 550 CCA
  • Warranty:
    • Limited lifetime on mechanical components
    • 1-Year on electrical components

Come Up Winch ATV Series

This Cub 2 ATV recovery winch is designed for light-duty work and recreational applications. It's perfect for your 250cc - 350cc sport quad 4x4, 2-wheel drive ATV, or snowmobile with a maximum GVW of 1,000 lbs. The handlebar-mounted rocker switch lets you control the winch from the seat of your ATV. The motor, gearbox, and contactor are sealed for water resistance. The winch also includes dual brakes to ensure reliable load holding, a wire rope, and a roller fairlead.

Light-Duty, 0.8-Horsepower Motor

Come Up Winch ATV Series motor

This winch features a 0.8-horsepower, 12-volt DC motor with 2,000 lbs of line pull. The permanent magnet motor offers the same line-pulling power and speed as a series-wound motor of comparable size, but it's lighter and uses less current. The motor is sealed to keep out water, and it's constructed of durable, corrosion-resistant materials including the powder coated housing, copper battery terminals, and zinc-plated steel hardware.

Sealed Contactor

Come Up Winch ATV Series contactor

The contactor transmits power from the ATV's battery to the winch motor and to the handlebar-mounted rocker switch. It will typically be mounted with included hardware under the ATV's front cover or hood near the battery.

The 250-amp contactor is sealed to meet IP68 specifications for water and weather resistance. The copper terminals and carbon steel hardware are also corrosion resistant.

Free-Spooling Clutch

Come Up Winch ATV Series clutch

The free-spool clutch enables you to pull out the rope by hand. This saves battery power, prevents the brake from wearing down prematurely, reduces wear on the motor, and is much faster than waiting for the drum to power out the rope. To release the clutch for free-spooling simply rotate the red plastic lever to the disengaged position indicated on the label. To reengage the clutch, rotate the lever to the engaged position.

The clutch is driven by a 3-stage planetary gear train. This provides more speed than traditional worm gear drives or 1- or 2-stage gear trains.

Automatic, Load-Holding Mechanical and Dynamic Brakes

This winch includes both a mechanical brake and a dynamic brake. This dual braking system provides a physical brake inside the drum and supplemental braking force generated by the winch motor. The 2 brakes operate simultaneously to ensure more reliable load holding when compared with single-brake ATV winches.

The automatic mechanical brake securely holds a load and prevents unintentional payout (or creep). When the winch motor is stopped, a large spring coil inside the drum expands to press against the spring chamber. The pressure of the spring on the wall of the spring chamber creates resistance that prevents the drum from rotating. This spring contracts when the winch is in gear to allow the drum to rotate.

When the winch is pulling the rope in or paying it out, the motor is not applying resistance to the drum. When you stop powering the rope in or out, the dynamic brake uses resistance from the motor to help hold the load.

Handlebar-Mounted Rocker Switch

Come Up Winch ATV Series rocker switch

The handlebar-mounted rocker switch lets you operate the winch from the seat of your ATV. It includes mounting hardware and an 8' wiring harnesss with quick connects. There is also a wireless remote kit (CU881286 - sold separately) that lets you control the winch from up to 100' away.

Wire Rope

ComeUp Winch wire rope

The wire rope is made of high-strength, aircraft-grade galvanized steel that resists abrasions and is able to withstand harsh UV rays, chemicals, and extreme temperatures.

The rope winds around a die-cast aluminum drum. The mounting flanges are strong enough to resist bending or breaking if the rope wrap becomes uneven and excess stress is put on the drum.

A hand-saver strap is included to use in conjunction with work gloves (CU881558 - sold separately) so that you can safely handle the rope and hook. A rock bag (CU881557 - sold separately) is also recommended for added protection. The rock bag helps prevent a broken rope from snapping back if it breaks by forcing it to the ground.

ComeUp Winch steel hook

The removable steel hook is made of high-strength forged steel that is heavy duty and rust resistant. It has a spring-loaded safety latch for quick fastening and removal. The hook attaches to the steel thimble on the end of the wire rope.

Roller Fairlead

Roller Fairlead

The roller fairlead has a thick steel frame with 4 steel rollers. The rollers reduce friction when you're pulling the rope in or paying it out, and they prevent the rope from becoming pinched when pulling at extreme angles. It has a black powder coat finish and zinc-plated rollers that are tough and corrosion resistant. The fairlead installs with the included steel hardware.

Note: The roller fairlead does not mount directly to the winch - it typically attaches to tabs on the ATV base plate (sold separately) or custom mounting plate (sold separately). ComeUp mounting plates and most aftermarket mounts include these tabs.

Rugged Construction

Come Up Winch ATV Series construction

The winch is constructed of strong, durable materials that are able to withstand any weather condition or terrain. The contactor is sealed and submersible. The motor and gearbox units are made of corrosion-resistant powder coated steel, and they are sealed to keep water out. The steel tie-bars and extra-thick side frame drum supports help to create a strong and rigid winch body.


To install the winch on the front of your ATV you will need a suitable mounting location. In most cases you will need to bolt a custom mounting plate (sold separately) to the front framework of your ATV in order to mount the winch and fairlead. If you have a mounting plate that does not have tabs for your fairlead you can bolt the winch and fairlead to a base plate (CU880232 - sold separately), then bolt the base plate to your mounting plate.

Come Up Winch ATV Series

The contactor will typically mount under the front cover or hood near the battery. You will need to drill 2 small holes in the mounting surface to secure the unit with the included hardware. Black and red leads connect your vehicle's battery to the contactor, blue and yellow leads connect the contactor to the winch terminals, black and green leads connect the contactor to the rocker switch, and a red lead connects the rocker switch to the ATV master switch. The leads have quick connectors that make removing and re-installing the winch easy. Any excess wiring can be neatly tucked around the engine and secured with zip-ties (not included).

You can mount the rocker switch on either handlebar but it's typically mounted near the brake on the handlebar opposite the throttle. This allows you to control the winch and accelerate the ATV at the same time. It includes mounting hardware and an 8' wiring harnesss with built-in quick connects.

Winch Line Pull Capacity

Layers of RopeCapacity (lbs)Total Rope on Drum (ft)
1st Layer2,0007-7/8
2nd Layer1,68017-1/2
3rd Layer1,44828-3/16
4th Layer1,27240-11/16
5th Layer1,13550

The line pull capacity of your winch is determined by the maximum load your winch can pull with a single layer of rope on the drum. As more layers of rope are wound onto the drum, pulling the same load requires more force, leading to a loss in winching power. With a 2nd layer of rope around the drum, your line pull capacity is reduced by approximately 14 percent. With 3 layers on the drum, the line pull capacity is reduced by approximately 23 percent, and with 4 layers on the drum it is reduced by approximately 35 percent.

Note: It is recommended that you begin any line pull with a minimum of 5 wraps and a maximum of 2 layers of rope on the drum.

Double-Line Pulling

Double-Line Pulling

Increase the pulling capacity of your winch by doubling up the rope with a pulley block (CU881080 - sold separately). Secure the pulley block to a tree saver strap (CU881091 - sold separately) with a bow shackle (CU881092 - sold separately) to provide a strong anchor for your double-line pull. Using double-line operation will approximately double your winch's pulling capacity.

122392 ComeUp Cub 2 Powersports ATV Winch - Wire Rope - Roller Fairlead - 2,000 lbs

Video of ComeUp Cub 2 ATV Winch - Wire Rope - Roller Fairlead - 2,000 lbs

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for ComeUp Cub 4s Powersports UTV Winch Review

Video Host: Today we're gonna be taking a look at the ComeUp Cub 4s power sports UTV Winch with synthetic rope, part number CU129412. This one comes in 4,000 pounds with a Hawse Fairlead, and it's also available in 3,000 pounds using part number C129302, and then 2,000 pounds using part number CU122390. Now it can come also with a Roller Fairlead instead of the Hawse Fairlead, and for 4,000 pounds, use part number CU123922, for 3,000 you use CU123529, and in 2,000 use CU122392.So here's what our winch looks like fully installed. Now this is gonna allow us to undo the cable, wrap it around a tree, and help pull ourselves out. Or, if we have something heavy that we need moved out of the way, we're gonna be able to pull it with our cable as well.Our winch is gonna have a clutch in it, which we can see it's in the engaged position, and if we turn the knob clockwise, it'll lock in the disengaged position, allowing us to freely pull the cable out. Our winch is also gonna include a hand-saver strap, which is gonna keep your hand from getting pinched from grabbing the clevis hook.

Whenever you're using a tree to hook your winch to, you want to make sure that you use a tree-saver strap, not only to prevent damage to the tree, but you never want to re-hook the winch to itself and damage the cable.Here we're using the ComeUp tree trunk protector strap, you can pick one up on our website using part number CU881091 along with a ComeUp bow shackle, and that'll be part number CU881092. One thing you want to pay attention to, is you make sure you get a strap that has enough weight capacity to work with your winch. Our's here has a 30,000 pound working load, which is gonna be plenty for our winch.Our ComeUp winch is designed to work with ATV's and UTV's to help them get out of mud, snow, or even ice. Now, our winch is gonna feature a high-efficient, low-amp draw, sealed, permanent magnet motor, which is gonna have a three-stage planetary gear train, putting out 800 watts, and one full horse power.Our winch is gonna have a full-synthetic rope, it's gonna be 50 feet long, and it's gonna have a 4,000 pound capacity. It's gonna have an aluminum die-cast housing and drum construction, which is gonna be nice because it's not gonna be that heavy to install.

And as you can see, we're not gonna lose any ground-clearance here by adding it to the front, and since it's aluminum, we're not gonna have to worry about it ever rusting.One thing I really like about this winch is the fact that when we have it in a locked or engaged position with our clutch, we have it hooked on something, we're gonna have 100% braking action even without having to hold the button. Now since this is a full-electric winch, they do recommend that you have 550 cold cranking amp battery in order for it work properly.And that'll finish up our look at the ComeUp Cub power sport UTV Winch with synthetic rope. Speaker 2: Now that we've seen the video for the ComeUp Cub power sports Winch, what do you guys think Speaker 3: I like the fact that you can get it with the Hawse Fairlead or the Roller Fairlead in different configurations of capacity. Speaker 2: Yeah, when get with the Roller Fairlead you got the wire cable and it's something maybe a little more heavy-duty use, but requires more accessories and things because the cable could snap, and you need a weight bag or a jacket to have on the cable while you're winching for safety, with the synthetic cable maybe not so much.And then, also with the synthetic cable, you get the nice Hawse Fairlead where you don't have the rollers that can pinch the synthetic part of the cable, that's why they change them out. Yeah, those are good features, so you can have it either way.

This one's rated at 4,000 pounds that we we're seeing in the video on a UTV, but there's the smaller ones that are appropriate for ATVs too.What about the installation, what do you think on that, inaudible 00:04:25 Speaker 4: It's kind of neat . It's a real tight, fit type fit in those ATVS inaudible 00:04:28 put in there, however it looked like even though it's really tight, I noticed one of the details I wanted to pick up on is we put it in free-wheel sometimes, sometimes that motor or tag, whatever it is, is kind of hard to get to, this one you kinda reach underneath it, right, and then you have your little bar around it and grab it, move pretty easily. So if you're out in the winter time and got heavy gloves on, you can't grab some small lever, and I think it's pretty cool to have that dial on there, and then when you put it in free wheel, and get your cable out, and get yourself unstuck. Speaker 2: Yeah, that's a good, yeah. Speaker 5: I thought the fit of it on the front of it where it was kind of out of the way as far as just being on the face of the UTV, and how it ...

at least with this one the way it fit in there was a good, solid fit to it kinda- Speaker 2: Yeah, I think that's a little bit dependent on the ATV, UTV that you're doin' it on, but, yeah. In this case it worked out really well, and I think ComeUps made provisions for them to fit well, and work with most ATV's and UTV. Speaker 3: The aluminum construction is pretty cool too, I mean, they know people are gonna be out there in the elements using them, so. Speaker 5: Yeah, in the mud and the muck and crosstalk 00:05:31 Speaker 3: The corrosion resistance is awesome. Speaker 4: One less thing to worry about when you're crosstalk 00:05:35 it up. No rusting or anything like that. Speaker 2: So, having used these a few times, what do you think the comparison to like, a Superwinch would be Speaker 4: It would be about the same, I think it's a little bit of personal preference to the brand I think, but they're both gonna get the job done. They both hold complete inaudible 00:05:51 to get everything installed on there. But yeah, I think ComeUp is definitely a good alternative, 'cause everybody loves Superwinch. Speaker 2: What about comparison between the wire rope, and the Hawse fairlead, and the synthetic rope models Speaker 3: I actually have a question about that; so, if you we're to use like a Hawse fairlead and you had a cable, it would tear up that Hawse fairlead, right Speaker 2: Yeah.So yeah, I like the synthetic rope, it's new out on the market, relatively, compared to wire rope. You don't have the problem of if the rope frays a little bit or whatever, that it cuts in your hand, or anything like that.You still probably need to wear gloves, you're gonna be in the mud and the dirt and everything, but using the wire rope you also have that ability . or, the probability of it breaking if you've done something wrong. Like hook the cable back to itself, and put a kink in it. And then you have to have something to keep that rope from becoming an object that's flying through the air and hitting someone, hurting them. So I like the synthetic rope option the best. Speaker 4: I got one point about the . I was gonna back you up about the synthetic rope or cable kinda breaking-free at times, and we're all gonna grab it. We don't think about it, but yeah, we gotta worry about someone's cuttin' their 'selves, or somethin' like that, when we're not usin' gloves like when you're 'sposed to.And also, on the fairlead, I thought . so kind of the inaudible 00:07:22 rollers, again, one less maintenance thing to worry about on there.It might make the front of the ATV look a little cleaner, too. Speaker 2: So, reasons to buy the ComeUp power sports winch Speaker 5: Anybody that's got an ATV that's gonna be either pullin' anything . I mean, you got an ATV, there's always a good chance you're gonna end up stuck. If not, then you're probably not gonna have any purpose for the ATV in the first place. Anytime you do end up stuck, a winch is gonna be your main way of getting out of there, especially if you don't have anything else to pull you out. Speaker 3: And to that point, a winch like this, y'know, you don't need the biggest, baddest winch on the block, somethin' y'know, small and budget-friendly like that would be great. Speaker 2: Alright, any reasons NOT to have a winch on your ATV, I can't think of one. Speaker 3: Yeah, I mean, you got an ATV, or a UTV . a winch! Speaker 2: Yeah, you can use a winch for- Speaker 4: crosstalk 00:08:17 woods, and you go somewhere, you got a planned trail you gotta go on, some trails you just can't drive up things. You have to have some assistance to get up there if you really wanna get to some remote location. So, you're definitely gonna need that on some adventures. Speaker 2: Yep, it can be used utilitarian, y'know for doin' different things on the farm or whatever, movin' a log out of the road, or something like that. Speaker 3: Pull myself onto a trailer. Speaker 2: Pull yourself onto a trailer if your ATV breaks down, or you wrecked it. Yep, been there, done that.Alright guys, thanks a lot.

Customer Reviews

ComeUp Cub 2 ATV Winch - Wire Rope - Roller Fairlead - 2,000 lbs - CU122392

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)

Light-duty winch with 0.8-hp, permanent magnet motor lets you quickly and safely recover a stuck ATV. Sealed design ensures winch operates in any environment. Dual brakes offer reliable load holding. Handlebar rocker switch included.

- CU122392

I’ve had this winch on an 03 Polaris sportsman 700 for a year, and so far I’ve been very pleased with it. Bought it to use with a snowplow and it worked like a champ all through last winter. Has also worked on anything I’ve needed to use it for, i.e. pulling logs, pulling out the stuck garden tractor, etc. no complaints so far, works every time.

- CU122392

This was the product that most closely matched the high end original winch on my Polaris ATV. The same design, dimensions and bolt pattern allowed an easy swap out. Primary use will be operation as snowplow lift. The ease of swap out slowed as I used my original mounting plate assembly that may have been thicker than a replacement. I required mounting bolts 1/4 longer than the supplied hardware. I would recommend this as an affordable replacement winch, completed plowing and pleased with my choice.

- CU122392

- CU129412

Review from a similar Cub in Electric Winch

Still going strong, have used more times than I want to admit. It has saved us over and over. Love the synthetic rope over the wire version I had prior to this.

- CU123933

Review from a similar Cub in Electric Winch

Exactly what I was looking for. The 1 bad thing is battery cable is too short but I can extend.


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  • Ran Winch To Get UTV Out of Mud, Now UTV Wont Run
    Are you referring to the winch or the Mule not running? If it's the winch, you probably blew the 20A circuit breaker like part # PK54520. If its the Mule, I'd recommend reviewing how the winch was installed to check for a wiring problem. You'll also want to make sure that the battery is within a few years old and up to the extra strain caused by running a winch. If there's a wiring problem, you could have blown a main fuse or fusible link on the UTV.
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  • Can a Landing Gear Motor and Gear Box be Used to Raise and Lower a Pop Up Camper Top
    Technically it would be possible to rig something up to use a landing gear motor and gear box to raise and lower a pop up camper top. But the majority of them use some sort of winching system which is what I recommend. Lately customers have been looking at small ATV winches, such as # CU122392, for raising and lowering pop up tops. If you go this route be sure to use a winch that has a brake for safety.
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