- Adds a permanent, powerful platform for your winch with The Mile Marker Extreme Winch Mount
- Unique box structure design withstands the high tensions generated by the heavy-duty 12000lbs. Mile Marker winches
- Your Mile Marker Extreme Winch Mount uses a 3/8" thick slab of steel for its base, with two upright support pillars welded to it and a steel bar running across the top
- Mount both electric and hydraulic Mile Marker winches to the Mile Marker Extreme Winch Mount
- Finished with a durable black coating
- Your new Mile Marker Extreme Winch Mount carries a 1-Year Warranty
When you're hauling in a 12000lbs. load, you've got to know your winch is firmly grounded to your rig. Put your Mile Marker winch into the iron grip of the Mile Marker Extreme Winch Mount. Its unique design keeps your winch rooted to your vehicle, even while you're pulling your buddy out of a ditch.
The Mile Marker Extreme Winch Mount is engineered to withstand the punishing conditions that the mightiest Mile Marker winch can dish out. It starts with a robust 3/8" thick slab of steel for its base, with two sturdy upright pillars jutting up. A steel support bar runs parallel between the uprights, finishing the Extreme Winch Mount's box structure.
Flimsy construction has no business around heavy-duty winch mounts, and Mile Marker knows this. That's why they use tough-as-nails welding to fuse the uprights to the base plate.
You get a 1-Year Warranty with your new Mile Marker Extreme Winch Mount.
Mile Marker Mounting Kits - Extreme Mount Winch Guards Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Ron Z (Great Falls, MT) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Expedition — Mar 05, 2012 8:26 AM
This mount is heavy heavy duty, it weighs over 100 lbs. Installs pretty easy, fishing the supplementary brackets through the lower valence grill though takes time and patience. There could be just a bit more space for the remounting of the factory tow hooks, may have to relocate them to the sides of the winch mount. I do need to add the light bars or make some myself. I think the $200+ they want for the light guards is a bit pricey for them.
Reviewed by Jason M (Cherryvale, KS) — Dec 31, 2008 6:04 AM
Everything went fairly smooth, but the holes in the Mile Marker frame piece did not line up with the factory holes in the frame. There was a 7/16" difference in the measurement from center to center in the grille guard vs. the factory frame. I used a carbide cutter to elongate the holes in the factory fram to line up with your Mile Marker peice. Other than that, it wasn't too bad.
Reviewed by rich b (Willits, CA) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford F350 — Apr 09, 2007 6:06 PM
great mount,installed with one person,myself.sometimes a little awkward but no problems.just waiting to put my winch to work. rich in willits, ca. thanks
Reviewed by MICHAEL M (Lorain, OH) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford Ranger — Apr 18, 2006 11:49 AM
This winch mount is really nice. I am happy with it. I took about half an hour. Also It looks pretty sweet too. Milemarker just needs to update the picture from the gmc to something newer because its looks sweet on my ranger.
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