You can’t spell “badlands” without “bad,” and you can’t expect to survive a trek out into the hinterland without packing along some serious muscle. Since Lou Feriggno doesn’t make guest appearances out on the Rubicon Trail, the best substitute for his Hulk strength is the T-Max ATW PRO-4500 Winch.
Perfectly sized for ATVs and light rigs, the T-Max ATW PRO-4500 dishes up a solid 4,500 lbs of line pull—plenty of gusto to yank your off-roader free from muddy bogs, craggy crevasses and any sticky situation you might run into. Plus, it’s equipped with 3-stage planetary gearing for faster, steadier rescue missions.
With 50’ of 0.25” steel wire rope, your T-Max ATW PRO-4500 has the reach to grab onto the best anchor points. What’s more, the 4-way roller fairlead delivers smooth pulls no matter the angle, and the eccentric block type brake holds on tight if you have to make adjustments midway through. And, your new winch is backed by a 3-year mechanical and a 1-year electrical warranty.
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Asked by Brooks B.
Mar 11, 2012 9:20 PM
2005 Chevy Silverado
How would i install an the winch? And which model winch would be ideal for a 05 silverado looks wise? Do i need anything else to let it sit on my front bumper like a brush guard or will it be fine without?
Answered by Nathan S. — May 03, 2012 11:56 AM 2009 Honda Civic
I think this one might be a bit too small for your application. I would recommend a Warn winch and and ARB bumper to mount it to. Looks wise, the combination will look great and be functional.flag Accept Answer