There is a first time for everything, and this is a prime example of that statement. I found a Ramsey PRO6000 winch that resembled the screen accurate and highly elusive REP6000. I got it home and took it apart to see what I was working with. I noticed slight differences between the correct winch and this one and began to wonder If maybe I could "Frankenstein" 2 winches to make 1 very screen accurate looking winch. I was able to locate a bare Ramsey REP8000 winch locally for cheap, took that one apart, and LOW AND BEHOLD! One end of the winch was screen accurate, and the other end of the OTHER winch was screen accurate. I put them together and BAM! What a great looking close enough winch!
Then It was time to restore. I stripped the original paint off to the metal, and painted it semi-gloss black, ordered some replacement decals and it was good as new! I bought a winch plate from Harbor Freight since it's the closest to screen accurate you can get without buying the real thing. Installed the winch, wired it up, and to my surprise, it worked!