Reviewed By John W (SAINT CLOUD, MN) Reviewed for a 1994 Jeep Wrangler —3/11/2015 9:33 PM
this fits the YJ perfectly, well built and tough finish. all the mounting hardware you'll need come with it.
Reviewed By John C (Spokane, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 GMC Sierra —3/6/2015 9:18 PM
We bought this unit to protect the painted bumper on our new 24' class C motorhome. It fits the 2" receiver hitch perfectly and will contact any obstacle within its width before the bumper is damaged. The unit is solidly constructed and nicely powder coated but heavier than we had anticipated (maybe not a bad thing). It looks sharp and appears to belong on the vehicle. I don't know if it will work in its current location as a step but it may be useful to secure a tow strap if one is needed.
Reviewed By Charles W (O Fallon, MO) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-350 —5/18/2014 6:52 AM
I purchased 2 sets of these quick disconnect kits because I was putting my winch from my Jeep to my Ford F-350. This way I can use the winch on either vehicle. This disconnect is extremely well made and cost is not bad. It was easy to hook it up to each vehicle and to the winch. I would highly recommend this item to anyone that wants to save money on buying one winch for multiple vehicles. You only need a receiver hitch on the front of each vehicle.
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