The Bush Winch: It Can Always Help Your Car Get Out of Difficult Situations! (Video)

Exploring the outdoors is your favorite thing to do in spare time? If you too are among the ones that love adventuring, especially on rough terrain, we have just the thing you’ll need in certain situations. The Bush Winch is an important item on your trailing list. The light weight self-recovery system is suited for both 4-wheel-drive and 2-wheel-drive cars. What’s different about this winch? Well, you simply connect it to the front or rear wheels of your vehicle. This way, there is no worry about breaking the bull-bar (on installing one in the first place). At the same time, there is no need for any electrical or mechanical part because the wheels do the entire work. Check it out in the following to get a better understanding of the device.


BUSH WINCH ATTACHMENT IS EASY Firstly, replace your vehicles wheel nuts and or bolts, whichever is the case for your vehicle,with those supplied the Bush Winch. These wheel nuts/bolts have a slot cut into the head which the Bush Winch attaches to. Once they are on leave the nuts/bolts on your vehicle so that the Bush Winch can be attached at any later time. A simple push and twist of the Bush Winch onto the wheel nuts/bolts is all you need to attach.  A reverse twist and pull is all you need to unattach. Two winch drums and two winch ropes are standard in the Bush Winch kit and you can chose to attach one or both to the front or back axle to winch forward or backwards as you chose. The winch ropes are taken from the winches to anchor points either in front or behind the vehicle depending on whether you want to winch forwards or backwards Engage forward or reverse gear and drive and the winch rope will wind onto the winch drum as the wheel spins forcing the vehicle along. For more detailed information, check out our Winch Manual.

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