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Old 05-25-2008
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Does anybody remember

the thread posted by a fellow ranger owner where he purchased a winch for his ranger and then removed his front bumper then welded/bolted the winch to the frame then CUT out a piece in his bumper so the winch would fit then reattached the bumper?? It was pretty slick and looked very simple yet looked very nice for a do it your self winch mount!!

He posted step by step instructions with PICTURES!! I would be very interested in the location of this thread/link!! THANKS
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Old 05-25-2008
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John Griggs (AKA n3elz) has his bumper cut and a winch in place but I have no idea if that's who your talking about.

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