The link doesn't work for me and I know nothing about that brand. I would spend extra and get a known brand and a larger winch. At minimum you want to take the weight of the machine (including you and the gear) and take that times 3 to get the winch size (unless your just lifting a snow blade or something). You can use snatch blocks and stuff to get by with a smaller winch but it's better to have what you need and then have the snatch block for the really tough pulls. When your stuck you might be pulling 2,000# (machine plus mud) so you will be really working a 4,000# winch.
I have been really happy with my Viper Max winches. Spend the extra and get the synthetic cable, you'll find you will use the winch more than you think just because it's there and handy.