Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Wichita, Kansas
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Cool thanks! Is the easiest way to do it just hook to something fixed put the Jeep in neutral and let the winch do it's thing. Maybe ride the brake in the jeep slightly while it pulls? Also, do I leave 5 turns on the drum or let it all the way out to put the initial load on it? Thanks again.
I have the guy in the Jeep put it in N. (make sure you are pulling the jeep up hill or flat just not down hill) Have the guy in the jeep work the winch remote and the wheel.
Have the guy outside do a left to right motion (telling the driver which way to take the wheel). If you do it any other way you will have the rope build up in one spot or get high in one area. The is the only way I have found to allow you to get it tight yet not have build up and have it lay even when done. Take it or leave it, that's how I do it.
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