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    Quote Originally Posted by AEV_LJ View Post
    ^^^That looks great! Now you have room for a winch!

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    I didn’t realize how massive the M12000 was until I picked it up. The pic doesn’t do it justice
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    BIG wench... will it fit? How long is the rope?
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    It’s a 100 foot synthetic rope. It will fit. As far as height it’s a little bit shorter than the CTI. And on that note, the CTI‘s solenoid pack would’ve hit the radiator. I’m going to miss the speed of that winch.
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    Synthetic? I thought you were a cable guy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by barefootrunnerd View Post
    Synthetic? I thought you were a cable guy?
    I've been doing synthetic for a few years now.
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    Movebumpers models there bumpers around a 8k Warn. My M12000 is much bigger. Had to get some modifications done for it to fit. Enlarging the access hole and having a new mounting plat fabricated. The winch won’t fit feet forward :-(

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    Hmmm... wasnt there a little bird telling you that?
    How is he making it? Is he setting it back from the bumper? Still needs to be feet forward.
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    It sure would have been nice to know that before buying it. It's a great-looking bumper, so hopefully you're happy with the end result, even if you took the hard way getting there.

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    I’m taking it in this week and having the mount redone again. I didn’t know the housing of the winch and the drum were made differently on the 12 K winches. Or that had six mounting screws. Or before and another two on the bottom I think it was.

    And thanks again for the input Biff :-)
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    So what happened with the wench?
    Biff - short for Bifford aka - Byph
    There is no best vehicle. It depends on the terrain, tires, driver, luck, and lots of happenstance.
    84 Wagoneer 'Trail Tank' - 35 MTRs, 8274, Detroits, FrankinLift and soft leather.
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