Any details on what all was involved in making this work?
Well, in that pic... nothing. it literally bolted on using the tow hook bolts and the tow hook as a sandwich. It comes with a really beefy bracket. Im gonna grind off some of the frame horn and that will allow me to get it a coulple inches closer and about an inch angled lower/better.
I had it on and painted about half an hour after i loaded it out of the UPS truck.
I cry bullshit. Detailed pics and description or it didn't happen. Make a believer out of me and everyone else on this site.
cry bullshit to someone who cares.
Like i said, i need to grind down the frame horns to allow the bracket to come in closer, and get less angled.
using 2 out of 4 bracket bolts in the stock tow hook spot. Bumper on bottom, frame, tow hook on top for the bolts to go into.
heres the bracket, but what you cant see on back is 4 slotted mounting points, basically right now, until i grind the frame down, im using the back two slots on the front two holes. its on there real good but i wont put the winch on till i get all 4 on. the reason i chose the bumper is the winch mount and feed, and its got a nice 2 Inch reciever on the front which is good for alot of stuff (like moving the boat around yesterday haha)
just gotta mount the seat on it now everybody wants a ride
Edited by nevr, 22 May 2012 - 11:17 AM.