Thanks for the advice.Some people use their vehicle to do work, not just drive down the road. You have a 4500 winch on your rig, maybe you should get a smaller one because the rig only weighs "Bout 1500lbs".
Might just have to get a extra rope, pulley and all.Mud/suction can add a lot of resistance when you are trying to pull yourself out.
Its also more stuff to carry and more stuff to break.Might just have to get a extra rope, pulley and all.
You know if you get a strap.
Pur it around a tree.
Use a pulley.
You double your winch strength.
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What's gonna break.Its also more stuff to carry and more stuff to break.
I thought they were talking about 6 thousand pounds?What's gonna break.
The strap to go around a tree.
It will all go into a bag.
You can stick it anywhere.
If you are needing to move 10,000 lbs.
You should be using a tractor.
The tractor is much safer and easier.
Exactly what are you gonna move that is 10,000 lbs.
Think about it.
A f350 diesel truck weighs about 6900 lbs .
You realize most cars ain't 10,000, but trucks.
Think of the safety factor.
10,000 lbs to me is too much to be doing with a ranger.
But its yer gig.
Go for it.
The people I know that go mudding.Its also more stuff to carry and more stuff to break.
Buy what your budget allows. If you can afford it, and it will fit in the winch mount, go for it! You should be operating in short bursts anyway so I don’t think it should have any long term effects on the battery.That maybe a option. If no parking spots. I really do not know the capability is on a6000 lb winch