Pierce PS654 electric winch installation overview:
Products we recommend using:
Tools we use:
- 9/16” Ratchet or Socket
- 17” Wrench
- ⅜ Hex Wrench
- Work Gloves
- Safety Goggles
- First Aid Kit
First– After removing the winch from the box, install the angle mounts onto the winch frame (PT037).
Next – Measure the finished frame to ensure clean placement on the truck bed.
As dimensions match, place the winch carefully on the truck bed. As shown, framing the angle mounts are an option for a clean and more finished look.
Now, mount frame using 6 grade G8 bolts, 3/8” thick.
Step 4 – After successfully placing the winch on your truck, bolt the frame down using your lock washers and nuts.
Step 5 – Next, connect the power cable from the solenoid to a positive power source.
Step 6 – Wire a 4-gauge ground from the winch motor bolt directly to the negative terminal of the truck battery using the PS501 ground wire.
Step 7 – Also, install and connect the safety cut off switch at any easy reachable distance from the winch. Again, we used PS501 wire.
Step 8 – After connecting the cut off switch to the ground line to the truck battery, install the wire into the drum as shown. Feed the remaining length onto the winch drum while keeping the tension high.
Step 9 – Power the newly mounted and installed winch. Pull the cable in while applying resistance and tension, otherwise the cable will let use on you and get tangled on the drum
Now, your Pierce Arrow winch is ready to pull. If you have any questions or need more information contact us. Check out the installation video below.
Please note: This is intended to be an installation overview, not an exact step by step process. Before you begin read the manual directions, and follow all the safety precautions. Do not install this kit if you do not have the expertise or equipment. It is better to find a licensed converter than to put your equipment or self in danger.
Enjoy your winch! Check out the full video here: