Designed and built for larger trucks and SUVs where more pulling power is required. Ideal for fully loaded trucks such as Unimogs, Mitsubishi Canters, NPS, Iveco's, MAN as well as the US pickups such as Ford, Dodge, Jeep, GMC, Chevy and more...
Sherpa have been been designing and building winches for many years and what makes them different from others is that they listen to customer requests and feedback and continually look to improve. Customers with large trucks have been looking for economically viable, stronger electric winches to remove the dependence on hydraulic solutions and Sherpa has now delivered.
Whilst this winch is name plated at 25,000 lb, it's true capacity far exceeds this and it achieves over 30,000 lb pulling power before other components start reaching their design limits. Sherpa take an over-engineered and conservative approach to design which ensures their winches perform and are not operating on their limits.
The Stallion has a brand new heavy duty 8.9 hp electric motor combined with a new gearbox ratio. Upgraded bushes help this winch to perform under the high demands and stresses of heavy vehicle recovery. As with all Sherpa winches, the Stallion comes with a genuine Albright International solenoid pack ensuring it's waterproof and the most reliable on the market.
Available with 100ft (30m) of 0.472" (12mm) synthetic rope (rated to 31,000 lb) or 0.472" (12mm) steel cable (rated to 30,000 lb) in 12V or 24V, there's a solution for a range of popular trucks on the market.
Note: If you need a winch for the tray of your truck or trailer, we highly recommend you consider the 'Sherpa Tow Truck Winch'. This is designed for hauling equipment up ramps and is equipped with a special electric hoist style motor brake.
Why are Sherpa winches different to the competition?
Tried and Tested - Sherpa 4x4 winches have been designed and built with many years experience in the winching and lifting business. These winches have been through many stages of testing and improvements to deliver a product Sherpa 4x4 is proud to offer to the public. Proven performers under water in the muddiest rain forests on the planet recovering ladened trucks to safety. Sealed to water and mud ingress, they perform reliably in the toughest outback conditions.
Tough & Durable - The winch is designed to survive in all conditions, with 316 stainless steel componentry and machined aluminum mounts, this winch will stand up to all environments.
Braking Design - Beware of cheap imitations! Many winches on the market use the old cable winch ‘Brake in drum’ design which causes heat to build up in the winch damaging synthetic rope. ‘Brake in Drum’ winches were never intended for use with synthetic ropes and this will become obvious at the most inconvenient time. Sherpa winches are compatible with all types of synthetic rope as the brake is designed into the gearbox. This innovative design results in a trouble and heat free winch and braking combination.
Quality gearboxes - Other brands use sintered steel to make their gears. In this process heat and pressure is used to cast shapes from powdered steel. Sintered gears are unpredictable and not as strong as gears that are CNC cut from quality billet steel. Sherpa demand the highest quality components for every step of the winch build meaning they deliver stronger winches that last. New higher load brass bushes are incorporated into the Stallion's gearbox to handle the increased loads.
Electrics - Sherpa 4x4 winches come standard with fully sealed, water tight, heavy duty, genuine Albright solenoids. A common failure for winches is the solenoid so why use anything but the best? Sherpa only offer Albright solenoids across our complete range of winches because they work. Don't waste your time with imitations, demand the best and enjoy the performance. Sherpa winches are IP68.
Powerful- Sherpa 4x4 winches come with massive series wound motors featuring higher amounts of copper in the winding's then others. By specifying the best motors across the entire winch range, you are ensured a more durable winch which can withstand the extreme conditions recovery brings. The Stallion has the new 8.9 hp motor which produces increased torque at lower temperatures meaning you can winch for longer under higher loads. This new motor allows Sherpa to move into new performance figures never seen before.
Simplicity - Sherpa 4x4 winches are supplied with the parts and materials making installation easy for the home mechanic. Included is all mounting hardware to fit your winch and control box to the bar.
Fair leads & Hawse - Depending on if you're after the synthetic rope or the steel cable a 4 roller fairlead or aluminium hawse will be supplied. An offset aluminium hawse can also be supplied on request.
Warranty and Parts - Sherpa 4x4 offers a 5 Year warranty on the 25,000lb Stallion winch. An economical range of spares are always available for existing Sherpa customers.
Options - A 'Plug n Play' wireless remote kit can be supplied if wireless operation is required. Sherpa 4x4 also advises all winches be wired with a battery isolation switch rated to 500A continuous duty (2 isolation switches will be required for dual motor winches running two batteries).
Genuine Albright Solenoids
All Sherpa 4x4 winches come with genuine Albright solenoids! Incorporated into the electrics is a custom made version of the DC88P solenoid designed specifically by Albright International for the Sherpa 4x4 control boxes. With 70 years experienced in contactor design, these are by far the best winch solenoids available. Capable of handling up to 800 amps, almost twice the maximum capacity of the winch. Contact plating is second to none, increasing the duty cycle over other winches. As seen in our water submersion testing videos the Albright solenoids can be run for significant time under water without moisture ingress. The cheap Chinese solenoids used in the majority of winches will fail under extreme conditions and under high amperage load.
What is included in the Sherpa winch kits:
Sherpa winches are supplied as a kit with all the items required for a standard winch installation. See the images here showing the parts included for synthetic rope and steel cable models.
Synthetic Rope Models
Steel Cable Models
-Winch (fitted with either synthetic rope or steel cable as per your choice)
-Aluminium hawse or roller fairlead (synthetic rope winches will have an aluminium hawse, steel cable winches will come with a roller fairlead)
-Control box with internal Albright solenoid
-Wired hand remote (wireless remotes are an optional extra)
-All cabling (5 cables are already incorporated into the control box, a separate earth cable is provided)
-Winch hook with strap
-Winch and control box mounting bolts
-Control box mounting brackets (In most cases the control box is flush mounted to the bulbar using bolts internal to the control box housing and DOES NOT require a bracket. See the winch manual on the Sherpa Data Sheets page for instructions on mounting. The brackets included allow you to mount the control box directly on top of the winch by attaching to the winch cross members).
Sherpa 4x4 Winch Range
Install & Wiring How To:
Winch Gearbox Rotation:
Salt Water Submersion Test:
Stallion winch installation:
Rated Line Pull
8.9 hp in 12v or 24v options
3 Stage Planetary 300:1
Cable / Rope
100ft (30m) of 0.472" (12mm) synthetic rope rated to 31,000 Lb MBS (Minimum Breaking Strength)
100ft (30m) of 0.472" (12mm) steel cable rated to 30,000 Lb MBS
Mounting Bolt Diameter
Drum Size (Dia x Length)
2.52" x 8.82" (64mm x 224mm)
Mounting Bolt Pattern
10" x 4.5" (254mm x 114.3mm)
This is the industry standard bolt pattern and the same used by Warn winches.
Very satisfied. Will definitely reccomend
Donald Dykes Jr.
Have not used it yet
Have fitted out two log haulers with these winches and nothing else matches the power.
Pierce County Snowmobile Council
Beast of a winch
Just purchased our second 25,k winch for our snowmobile trail groomers (15,000LB tractor with a 6,000LB drag). Able to pull groomer up steep icy hills.
Well, that'll do!
Thank you Sherpa winches! I haven't mounted it up yet because I am building a bumper/winch plate that will be worthy of this fine tool. However, having it disassembled to reorient the engage lever I've seen the guts that gives this its grunt, steel. Almost makes me want to get in a bit of a pickle just to use it! I don't have any doubt that when ( not if ) I need to use it, I can do so without wondering if it'll do its job😎🇺🇸