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Unread 05-22-2010, 07:58 PM   #1
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Pull-Pal mount

I have the Pull-Pal (Pull-Pal winch anchor for 4x4, Jeep, ATV, off-road, all-terrain-vehicle, military, D.O.D., Department of Defense) and for those that know, the Pull-Pal is too large without breaking it down to carry in your Jeep. No big deal except then I had to wrap rags around the parts to keep them from rattling and gouging other things in my Jeep. Plus itís such a hassle to pack and unpack it every time I went out. So I decided to mount it permanently. Didnít want to put it on my roof rack so I found a place that is mostly un-used inside the Jeep. . A couple of the pieces where installed without taking pics. It just skipped my mind. Now it's with me all the time.

First I made a template.

Then cut and bent into brackets.

Now Iím going to mark the holes for drilling into the shovel part.

Just making sure the bolts line up.

Here it is mounted to the Jeep. The shovel brackets are welded to the sport cage. Sorry, I have no pics of them being welded. I forgot to take pics and donít want to remove the top just to take some. Below the shovel part is more of the Pull-Pal. Again, forgot to take pics.

And here is the real long part of the Pull-Pal. I just welded a couple of simple brackets and mounted it up and out of the way.

And finally a pic with my rear basket lowered and locked. The side that the Pull-Pal is mounted to is just wasted space. Thatís it. Feels good to be rid of all that hassle of storage problem.


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Unread 05-22-2010, 08:07 PM   #2
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That looks great. Good plan.
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Unread 05-22-2010, 11:04 PM   #3
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Well done. Perhaps you can market that. I'm sure the demand won't be too high but it's an excellent idea.
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Unread 05-23-2010, 12:54 PM   #4
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I did about the same thing to keep both the pull pal and high lift inside all the time. Pull pal and high lift mounted on the roll bar and pull pal spade and high lift mech stowed in recovery bag.

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