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Winch on a Simplicity Landlord 101


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CheeseWhiz468

So I use my Landlord 101 out in the woods and I'm trying to figure out a good way to mount a winch on the front of it because of the mud holes out there. Has anyone done anything like that or something similar? I have a drawing of what I'm thinking of doing that I'll post tomorrow

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A front ball mount and a come along might be the easiest.  On a RBT there is a nice flat front plate to bolt things to.  On a FDT not so much.

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2 hours ago, GregB said:

On a RBT there is a nice flat front plate to bolt things to

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2 hours ago, GregB said:

On a FDT not so much.

Only a combo hitch:

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I fabricated a removable car battery holder out of angle iron that mounted to the front axle using the (4) holes and pins.

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CheeseWhiz468

I have been using a come along with hooks on the front. I was thinking of making one of those front or rear ball mount with a 2" recover instead of a hole for a ball and then welding a platform for the winch mount so it will fit in the 2" receiver. Think that will work better than the drawing I am posting?

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