For $29 I might put one on my kids Ford Fusion, except the bumpers are plastic. Might be cool coming right out of the middle of the hood, or the trunk lid.
Looks like this started as an April Fools Joke...people wanted it in the comments....can't blame them for selling them and making money.Okay guys, I Googled it. Took only a few seconds to find this sad product. Kinda like putting a sock in your pants.
Video complete with badass generic heavy metal music that all car product videos seem to have these days.
Sadly, cant be used on plastic Jeep bumpers
thanks but those are a bit too compact. I was thinking of the most compact out of the standard Warn Winches. This would be for recovery with at least 10,000lbs towing capacity.Maybe something like this:
My guess would be the Warn Zeon. I just recently installed one and was surprised at how light it was. The main body is aluminum and the drum is zinc. Just going from steel to synthetic line was a 17 lb difference.Who makes the lightest good 10k winch with synthetic line if price isn’t a factor
Just a winch accessory, but I use the Mile Marker winch thimble (6012166). Instead of adding a failure point like the F55 and similar, it simply cases the thimble on the rope so you can use a standard shackle. And it’s only $30.https://www.amazon.com/X-BULL-Synth...jbGlja1JlZGlyZWN0JmRvTm90TG9nQ2xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ==
$341, you really can't go wrong. Quality seems on par with the smittybilt I ran on my xj for years. Fits the factory steel bumper, doesn't block airflow, and has been flawless for the year we've had it. I can't speak to the quality of the hook, I installed the winch thimble with the winch.