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Has anyone mounted an electric winch onto the stock bracket on a series 200 GT?
I would like to add a removable winch, and I will have to fabricate a mount to put on the stock bracket.
Any ideas fellas?

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I don't know what the "stock" bracket is that you are referring to but it would be quite simple to mount one on a sleeve hitch or in place of the small tow hitch, bolted to the transaxle.
 

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Ariena, anything is possible,you will have to fab your bracket so it will connect to as many bolt points as possible.Two on the top,two on the back side[ where the draw hitch is now] and make sure there is a cut out for the drain plug. If you would like my opinion and a sketch drawing ,I would P.M. the information to you . have a good one---oldfrank---
 

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I have a Hydrabagger mount bracket on my 4018 that I have installed the center of a modified frame hitch into. This provides me with the ability to use 2" ball mounts. A winch mounted onto a ball mount would give you the capability to remove it when not needed.
Mad Mackie in CT :mrgreen: :letitsnow:
 

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Mounting one certainly wouldn't be a problem. The issue would be providing enough current to feed the winch. Winches tend to get hungry when under load, and are hard on batteries, too.

If you need a winch, consider a windlass/capstan type setup on either a hydraulic motor or gas engine. Maybe a bit more cost, but the likelihood of melting your electrical system down is much lower.
 
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