A DIF­FER­ENT PULL-OSOPHY

Look­ing at winch­ing from a dif­fer­ent di­rec­tion

Four Wheeler - - Contents - By Jered Korfhage [email protected] Pho­tos: Four Wheeler staff & cour­tesy of the man­u­fac­tur­ers

Look­ing at winch­ing from a dif­fer­ent di­rec­tion

FROM THE JOBSITE TO THE TRAIL­HEAD, FRONT-MOUNTED WINCHES ARE RATHER pop­u­lar. You can even walk away from a Ram deal­er­ship with a Power Wagon hid­ing a 12,000-pound winch be­hind the front bumper. There is, how­ever, a prob­lem with front winches—they only per­form their du­ties in the front of the ve­hi­cle. Since a big part of four-wheel­ing is prob­lem solv­ing, read on, and let’s solve this winch­ing dilemma by look­ing at it from a dif­fer­ent di­rec­tion.

Pho­tos: Ben Bat­tles

<|->With the front of this K30 push­ing the dirt like a bull­dozer, it’s not go­ing any­where for­ward. The rear bumper is also hung up on dry ground, keep­ing it from go­ing back­ward. This truck needs a rear winch!

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