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Anyone have this mount? More importantly...anyone have good pics of this mount on their quad? (close up stuff on where it mounts)
 

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I have that one on my 05. Worked out good for the first time ever mounting a winch. i think the winch mounts to far forward though. I had to rotate the end cap on the motor to clear the light cup. Sorry no pics don't know how to do that yet.
 

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QUOTE ("SuprForeman":3muo2k1g)
I have that one on my 05. Worked out good for the first time ever mounting a winch. i think the winch mounts to far forward though. I had to rotate the end cap on the motor to clear the light cup. Sorry no pics don't know how to do that yet.
So it's outside or within the frame?
 

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That looks almost like the mount i used this week end installing my winch. The fair lead sticks out of the front about 2". The way that plate looks it might
point the fair lead down! Very simple to install.
 

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It mounts in front of the frame off of the to bent down rear tabs. They attach to the to front upper bolts on the bumper to frame mount then goes forward from there on the top of the bumper supports which it attaches to with U bolts. The winch mounts forward in between the angle supports and the light cups. This is why I had to rotate the end of the winch motor or notch the light cup. I intend on changing the bolt holes to move the winch back which will help make the release knob easier to access also. Right now it is tucked in behind the angle bumper brace. Hope this helps.
 

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It mounts in front of the frame off of the to bent down rear tabs. They attach to the to front upper bolts on the bumper to frame mount then goes forward from there on the top of the bumper supports which it attaches to with U bolts. The winch mounts forward in between the angle supports and the light cups. This is why I had to rotate the end of the winch motor or notch the light cup. I intend on changing the bolt holes to move the winch back which will help make the release knob easier to access also. Right now it is tucked in behind the angle bumper brace. Hope this helps.
Pics would help, hard to visualize. Ask a buddy to help you put some up
 

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I have the moose mount and it looks the same as that one. I also had to weld in a brace because over time raising my 50" inch blade it bent the mount a little bit, but it is a very nice mount that is easy to install and keeps the fairlead tucked in the front.
 

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Cool, that's what i was looking for, making sure its mounted behind the frame.
 

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Hope these pics help
 

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Nice, thanks!
 

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I have the instruction to install that mount if you need them
I wouldn't mind having a digital copy
 
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