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Finally built my winch mount

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  • Finally built my winch mount

    I made this mount a few months back to mount into my reciever hitch on my truck or on my trailer, I sure dont miss the days of pushing vehicles onto my trailer. I should have done this years ago.

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    Looks nice . You need to show 1 more pic, the bottom side.

    How thick is the diamond plate on the front and side ? Just curious. Nice design, I like the handles. I just bought a 3000 lb. super winch for my truck / trailer. Going to do something similar.
    No pushing goodies on my trailer, I have a chain come a long but now getting old and only want to PUSH BUTTON !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Is that a Camaro ??


    • #3
      the diamond plate is 3/16", the bottom and front plate is 1/2" (A bit bigger than needed) dont have any pics of the bottom at the moment.Fathers 68 camaro going to paint shop.


      • #4
        Awesome, thanks. I thought that's what it was. It was hard to tell without tail lights. thanks.


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