Four Wheeler - - Feature -

Winch­ing is all about cre­ativ­ity, es­pe­cially when mount­ing winches in places other than the bumpers. A bed-mounted winch can be as sim­ple as a 2,500-pound unit for load­ing full­size spare tires and cargo, or as ex­treme as a 9,500-pound winch with the hawse fair­lead mounted in the tail­gate. As a bonus, bed­mounted winches can also help coax pay­loads onto trail­ers, should the need arise. These winch con­fig­u­ra­tions can hin­der the cargo-car­ry­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties of a truck bed, es­pe­cially if the space is used for haul­ing rocks, logs, or dirt that could harm a mounted winch.

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