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SP9000 SIDEPULLER™ with Integrated Controls

ITD4670

The SP9000™ (With Integrated Controls) is ready to install. After mounting The SidePuller™, just supply Incoming Hydraulic Pressure, a Hydraulic Return Line, connect 12 volt Power and you’re done! It’s that easy!

The SP9000™ (With Integrated Controls) Includes Center Recovery Boom Head – Outer Removable Recovery Boom Head – Light Bar Mounting Base – 9,000 lb Winch with Tensioner Plate - Winch Free Spool with Easy Reach Handle - Hydraulic Valve Body – Pre Plumbed – Wireless Remote Control – 3/8” x 100 ft Wire Rope – Adjustable SP Mounting Base – Installation Hardware - Painted Tuff Coat Gloss Black Finish – Polished Stainless Steel Rear Panel - Decal Package – Operation Manual Online – Shipping Stand.



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*Stainless Steel products may rust if not properly cared for in extreme conditions. We are not responsible for replacing rusted Stainless Steel if used in extreme environments (such as high in Salt or Chlorine exposure). Do not allow stagnant water to stand on the stainless steel. Always check a small area to see if finish changes before polishing or washing, and be sure not to use abrasive cleaners or brushes.


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Left Pointing Orange Triangle Where can I purchase a SidePuller™?
You can purchase your SidePuller™ from any Authorized In The Ditch SidePuller™ Distributor. We do not sell direct to end users but we would be glad to help you with any questions you may have.
Left Pointing Orange Triangle Is the SP Series SidePuller™ Patented?
Yes! Patented under US Patent No. 8192135B2
Left Pointing Orange Triangle How do you feel when competitors say their design is stronger because they use larger square tube for their main structure?
Please understand we could use larger tube as the main structure, but why add size and weight when it is not needed? We have been working for years in the towing industry to make equipment lighter and stronger to keep axle weights down. Many Car Carriers are pushing Legal Weight Limits as it is. It makes no sense to make things bigger when it is not necessary. We are very proud to have the lightest model in the industry!
Left Pointing Orange Triangle Why do you think other manufacturers make a big deal about being "stronger & having a bigger structure" than the SP9000™?
I can only guess that it is based on marketing and advertising. If you look at being able to scale a wrecker or carrier on a 26,000 GVWR chassis, you would see that being heavier than the SP9000™ is nothing to brag about. Think about it. If 6" tube is better than 4.5", then why not use 8?", or "Hey lets go to 10" tube size!" Where do you draw the line? We have over 1,000 units in the field using the 4.5" tube size with ZERO reported failures. To claim that a design is stronger and heavier because of bigger tubing than the SP9000™, I say WHY?
Left Pointing Orange Triangle Why did you not make a swinging boom with a fixed boom head?
It's all about having choices when doing a recovery. With our design, you can pull straight back from the center boom head, something no one else can do. If you have a wrecker, you can run the winch line straight back and have an extra line off the wrecker boom. If you have a carrier, you can have the SP9000™ winch line pull straight back along with the carrier winch to help pull items up the deck. Just by using the center boom head, you have almost 180 degrees of straight out pulling ability & almost 90 degrees of up and down pulling ability. No one in the industry can match that!
Left Pointing Orange Triangle Why did you make the outer boom head removable?
Again, it's about giving the operator choices. By installing the outer boom head, you can pull forward, backwards, and down. The possibilities are endless with our design. For over 15 years we have been listening to the people who are using the SidePuller™ every day and they love having multiple recovery options that you get from either pulling directly off the center boom head or by using the outer boom head.
Left Pointing Orange Triangle Can other models in the same class pull more than the SP9000™?
Do you mean in more directions? Absolutely not. No other brand has the ability to pull in as many directions as the SP9000™!
Left Pointing Orange Triangle Ok, no one can match the SP9000™ in pulling directions, but what about just raw pulling power?
If the chassis all weighed the same the SP9000™ would pull more. You need to understand that what is important here is the tipping moment. The tipping moment is when you are pulling over the side and the opposite side of the truck starts to come off the ground. The only way to increase pulling power over the side is to widen the stiff leg stance, lower the height of the pulling point, increase vehicle weight or change pulling point to the center of the SidePuller™. By pulling from the Center Boom Head there is virtually no tipping moment. It has unbelievable abilities.
Left Pointing Orange Triangle What about those who say you should put a 10,000lb winch on the SP9000™?
Well if they want a 10,000lb winch, why not go with 11,000lb, or better yet, why not a 50,000lb winch? I mean, where does it stop? If you need a bigger winch buy a SP12,000™ or a SP20,000™. These are models that were designed to do more work. Their structure size and strength was increased as well as chassis GVWR requirements to handle the increased loads. Putting a bigger winch on a SP9000™ is like putting two 4-barrel carburetors on a stock V6 engine and expecting a performance gain.
Left Pointing Orange Triangle Explain The Differences between the SP9000™ with Integrated Controls and the SP9000™.
  • Let’s Start with the SP9000™ with Integrated Controls. We made this unit to be a totally self-contained, plug and play unit. We have already installed the valve body and plumbed everything. We also pre-wired the Wireless Remote Control system. All you need to do is mount the SidePuller™, supply incoming Hydraulic Pressure, add a Return line and supply 12 volt Power. That’s it; we’ve done everything else.


  • Now let’s talk about the SP9000™. When you order a new wrecker or carrier from a manufacturer, you can have it equipped with extra controls. These controls are generally factory installed near the rear of the chassis. We offer the SP9000™ without integrated controls (which means that this unit does not include a Valve Body or wireless remote control), for those who wish to plumb these factory installed controls directly to their SP9000™. All that is needed is to run hydraulic hoses from your wrecker or carrier’s valve body to the SP Stabilizer Leg Cylinders and Winch. This is a job that we recommend that you turn to your local Towing Equipment Dealership to do.
  • Left Pointing Orange Triangle Does the SP9000™ come with a Light Pylon?
    The SP9000™ does not come with a Light Pylon, however it does come standard with a Light Pylon Mounting Base. If you want to add a Light Bar Pylon, you can order one of our optional Light Bar Pylons. All of our SP Light Pylons will bolt directly to the SP9000™ Light Pylon mounting base.
    Left Pointing Orange Triangle Why should I buy a SP9000™ For My Carrier or Wrecker?
    If you think about peace of mind and increased profits, the SP9000™ will give you both. Imagine getting that police call when you are in a Car Carrier equipped with the Recovery Abilities that the SP9000™ offers. You will not have to worry if you have the right piece of equipment, you can go to the scene with confidence that you can get the job done. No one in the industry has more experience in using the SidePuller™ than we do. We will give you sound advice and will be here day after day to help you with any service problems that you may have. At In The Ditch we are committed to the Towing Industry and all of you who are out there day and night making your living “In The Ditch.”



    SP9000 SPECIFICATIONS



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    SP9000 RATINGS
    Boom 9,000 lbs.
    Stablilizer Leg (each) 9,000 lbs.
    Winch 9,000 lbs.
    Wire Rope 3/8" x 100' Steel Core
    Weight 980 lbs.
    Patent Number 8192135B2
    CHASSIS RECOMMENDATION
    Chassis GVRW: Class 6 15,000 lbs. - 26,000 lbs.
    Recommended Minimum Additional Cab to Axle Spacing (Carriers) 12"
    Recommended Minimum Additional Cab to Axle Spacing (Wreckers) 17"
    Min - Max Frame Height 32" - 38"
    Min - Max Frame Width - Adjustable Mounting Base Width 33-3/4" to 34-3/4"
    STANDARD FEATURES SP9000 (WITH INTEGRATED CONTROLS)
    Part Number ITD4670
    9,000 lb. WARN High Speed Severe Duty Planetary Winch Hydraulic Stabilizer Legs with Lock Valve Safety Features
    3/8" x 100' Steel Core Rope Self-Leveling Pavement Pads on Stabilizer Legs
    Winch Free Spool Handle (Easy Reach / Easy Pull) Fold Down Ground Penetrating Grousers on Stabilizer Legs
    Winch Tensioner Plate Adjustable LightBar Mount
    (8) Eight Tie Back Points Wire Routing System allows easy Wiring from Light Bar to Chassis
    Tuff Coat Gloss Black Finish Adjustable, Mounting System with Mounting Hardware
    Stainless Steel Rear Panel Center Recovery Boom Head
    Wireless Remote Control for all Functions with Manual Over-rides Outer Recovery Boom Head
    Completely Plumbed and Ready for Installation
    OPTIONAL FEATURES
    SP Series Swept Wing Light Bar Pylon (Adjustable Height 91" Wide) Stainless Steel Dress Up Package
    SP Series Model-54 Adjustable Height SP-Light Bar Pylon 54" Wide Primer Gray, Ready for you to Paint Your Own Color
    SP Series Model-60 Adjustable Height SP-Light Bar Pylon 60" Wide
    SP Series Model-70 Adjustable Height SP-Light Bar Pylon 70" Wide

    Note: Due to constant changes in our designs, some information may change from time to time and become out of date. The above information is for general discussion only.
    For the most recent specifications, installation procedures and the latest copy of our operation manual please consult the SP Series Operation Manual found on this website.