Warn Warn Industries WAR34701 Hidden Kit Winch Mounting System P2530814 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/TAW/TAW-WAR34701.jpg Warn Industries WAR34701 Hidden Kit Winch Mounting System 2530814 24.70lbs 3.30 7.30 27.00
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Warn Industries WAR34701 Hidden Kit Winch Mounting System

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Manufacturer Part Number: WAR34701

  • Fits 1997 to 2003 F-150 and F-250 Light Duty 4x4 only
  • Fits 1997 to 2002 Ford Expedition
  • For use with Winch Models 9.5si, 9.5ti, 9.5xp, T9K, XD9i, XD9, M8 and M6
  • Must have factory tow hooks or use WARN Adapter Kit # WAR37174

Some vehicle owners want the benefits of a WARN winch, but don't want to change the lines of their vehicle. So WARN engineers have created a hidden mounting system that mounts the winch using factory frame holes and retains the OE bumper. Winch mounts behind factory bumper, preserving the truck's original look and style. Winch bolts to a winch carrier that is engineered to properly distribute the winch load to the truck's frame. Currently available for most newer Chevrolet, GMC, Dodge, and Ford full-size trucks.

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