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Re: my patrol got a winch and new bbar

Postby David » 03 Feb 2014 07:26

Mooi man. Ek sal vir my ook 'n boot moet kry want ek het my winch nog net gebruik om ander ouens uit te trek :lol:

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Re: my patrol got a winch and new bbar

Postby Tinus lotz » 03 Feb 2014 07:31

N man word mos dors as jy met sulke groot ysters werk...lol :lol:
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Re: my patrol got a winch and new bbar

Postby petrol » 03 Mar 2014 20:54

Baie netjies, is jou radiator ook weer reg?
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Re: my patrol got a winch and new bbar

Postby Tinus lotz » 04 Mar 2014 07:15

petrol wrote:Baie netjies, is jou radiator ook weer reg?

Ek wag vir tombo om n nuwe een af te laai dit gaan R1400 kos om ou een reg te maak en R2200 vir n nuwe een so ek koop eerder n nuwe een hulle skuif warehouse so wag net dat hulle dit kry :thumbup:
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Re: my patrol got a winch and new bbar

Postby AndrewA » 05 Mar 2014 21:04

For interest, does anybody know what is the biggest size winch you can fit in a standard bumper? I also see the patrol manual shows a factory fitted winch as an option. Pity we don't get that option here is Sa.
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Re: my patrol got a winch and new bbar

Postby Tinus lotz » 06 Mar 2014 04:34

12000pb???
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Re: my patrol got a winch and new bbar

Postby Peter Connan » 06 Mar 2014 06:41

From my limited experience the common winches all share the same mounting and basic dimensions from 8000lb - 12000lb.
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Re: my patrol got a winch and new bbar

Postby Grant » 06 Mar 2014 12:11

Gents,

Depends on the space so I have 12500 lbs which on a custom made winch plate as none available from suppliers. Aussie like the high mount and they often fit on the top of the bar. Low mount for inside the bumper.
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Re: my patrol got a winch and new bbar

Postby SJC » 29 Mar 2015 18:13

Can you fit a winch on the inside of the patrol pickup's bumper? (Standard oem bumper).
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Re: my patrol got a winch and new bbar

Postby bogeyman » 30 Mar 2015 09:46

Fanus

When I asked the agents in Pretoria , I got told that the big area inside the oe bumper is essential for cooling air flow and should not be restricted.
I custom built brackets and the winch now sits directly in front of the metal part above the air intake.
That winch works a lot as we use it when pulling out borehole pumps and have had no issues yet.
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