Come Alongs & Cable Pullers
Come Alongs may look alike, but there's a lot of quality differences between one brand and the next. As a general rule, we prefer the American made come alongs because their metals are tougher, the ratcheting actions are smoother, and you're just not gonna toss it after the third use the way you will with a cheapy.
A good quality come along should last a lifetime. That's why we carry the only the brands of comealongs that we're 100% confident about. We've been through them all, and these come alongs and cable pullers are the ones that don't warp, won't slip, have smooth actions, and just plain hold-up while doing the job they were designed to do.
Here's one of our top selling heavy duty come alongs:
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Allied HEAVY DUTY DOUBLE GEARED 4-Ton Come Along
For your overhead lifting needs, see Hoists & Trolleys
Item Number: AZTM1TON|
Mfg List Price: $53.95
Our Price: $39.90
Item Number: AZTM2TON|
Mfg List Price: $67.95
Our Price: $49.90
Item Number: AZT662|
Mfg List Price: $121.95
Our Price: $89.90
Item Number: AZTLB34|
Mfg List Price: $161.95
Our Price: $119.90
Not all Come Alongs are built to last. You'll get a pull or two out of the bottom dollar come alongs (which we don't carry!), and then it's time to toss them. We believe Come Alongs are like life preservers, you may not use it for a while, but when you need it, it better work! Maasdam, Allied, American Presto, Ingersoll Rand and Power Pull are Come Along brands you can count on. The ratcheting actions are reliable, the levers can take a heavy pull without twisting, and the hardware stands up to repeated use.
These are the reasons we only carry these brands. If you plan to use your Come Along once or twice, go to Walmart and save 20%. If you want to buy a Come Along that outlasts your pickup truck, won't leave you cussing 40 miles from town, and will do the job it's intended to do (again and again!) then you can count on any of the Come-Alongs we carry.
Note... there's a reason Come Alongs aren't called 'hoists'. Never use a Come Along for overhead lifting, it's an invitation to injury.