Rear-mounted winches are the rarity in everyday world of the pickup owners. To many people, a thought to have an electric winch to the rear is overkill. To some, however, the rear-mounted winch make the perfect work be sense to both safety and efficiency. In the heavy construction, the right-of-way clearing, oil/gas pipeline work and site development, winch mounted at a rear of the work trucks are the accessories which serve many purposes. The question is, will you need to connect a winch to your rear bumper? premium rear bumper
Winches are the great tools used to pull broken equipment or vehicles onto the trailer deck, or to winch without having a front of a truck kept in awkward, and occasionally-dangerous, position. To install the rear-mounted electric winch essentially is easy if you are having right components. There are two application which include Mile Marker and the Fab Fours.
Mile Marker SEC9.5 electric is among the application. SEC9.5 is the strong, and a reliable planetary-design unit which has the maximum pull of about 9,500 pounds. It’s powered by the 4.8hp series-wound motor which drives the planetary gear setup which has the ratio 212:1. Its light physical weight and compactness make it the ideal candidate for the rear mounting. It is mounted behind the Fab Fours’ 75-pound of the Black Steel bumper that is the right heavy-duty “ranch styles” replacement for the OE rear bumpers. black steel elite rear bumper
The line-X coat SEC9.5 with the best spray-on liner, the Line-X Premium, which enhance bumpers’ field durability and appearance. Installing the rear winch on the pickup needs some forethought for there are not specific mounting kits to such application. They main thing is to use the Mile Marker’s $110 (universal channel mount) to save time to a fabrication process. winch mount
To mount a fairlead, one is supposed to cut out some piece of Fab Fours bumper to make the cable to departure behind where a license plate generally drilled and resides the holes which is to bolt on a roller fairlead. Flip-up license holder plate which attaches to a fairlead that keep the truck street be legal. black steel rear bumper