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Lisa in MN
Got this winch and warn mounting plate as a gift . Just yesterday went to install it . Mounting plate hit differential had to grind out almost a 1/2 inch . It was a lot of work and I wasn't t happy about it. Everything else was fine . Wiring was a little long but not a big deal to fix. Looks like it will work well .Will find out on a trip to the Black Hills for a week of riding . Should do something about the fit of the plate . GaryRead All Reviews
Michael in CO
The contactor mounted right up to the forward firewall where Polaris had the holes manufactured for contactor placement for a Polaris winch, no drilling no mess. The machine specific winch mounting plate was a perfect fit also. Lots of wiring for routing, I actually took the cables in to an automotive store and had the two cables from the winch to the contactor shorten and new eyes put on them because they were so long. Do not put the contactor under the drivers seat where it will be acceptable to water contact. Put it on the forward firewall where it is suppose to go under the hood. You will need course thread screws to attach it there. They are the same size as the two screws on the grill cover plate that you have to remove to put the fairlead on and to run the winch line or cable through. I just went to my Polaris dealer and got four of those type screws. The handle bar switch can be mounted to the frame left of the drivers knee right under the dash and the wiring for the switch can be run under the dash through the firewall factory rubber grommet for accessory wiring to the contactor. The hot lead for the switch can be run directly to the bus bar and attached to the post that shows ACC. You just have to crimp an eye onto the wire for this. I would highly suggest taking the skid plate off and not just the console, it makes running the wiring super easy and you can follow your factory wiring harness that runs underneath the console and you can zip tie to it to keep it out of the way of the front drive shaft. Also purchase some corrugated wiring loom protector to put around the wiring for under the dash for zip tying so that it does not get chafed along with the cables that run from the battery to the contactor. You will be able to see where they contact metal running into the battery box under the drivers seat. I don't think anyone wants to short out their battery,,,,LOL. 2015 Polaris RZR 900 SRead All Reviews
Marc in MN
After owning several larger warn winches and hoists this one is just as I expected. Quality product.Read All Reviews