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HAHA HEY GUYS, I M IN THE MARKET FOR A WINCH, NOW THATS NOT THE QUESTION I HAVE TO FIND A BUMPER/BULLBAR/AFRAME, TO ACCOMODATE THE WINCH BUT FOR OBIVIOUS REASONS I DONT WANNA TO LOSE ANY OF MY APPROACH ANGLE, I REALIZE THAT I WILL HAVE TO LOSE SOME BUT IF THERE IS ONE THAT SOMEONE MIGHT KNOW ABOUT THAT WILL MINIMIZE THIS PROBLEM POST UP!!! THANKS GUYS AND GALS :buttrock:
 

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What model LR?
 

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Lucasfree said:
i think a ARB winch bumper looks pretty cool with a Warn 8000 lbs Winch installed kinda pricey but for me. Expect to pay anywhere from $1200 to 1800$ bucks for that combo.
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He doesn't want to lose his approach angle, ARB sticks out too much and is too thin. They bend easily also.
 

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I used a hidden Warn mount from a Chevy truck and welded the brackets to my frame. Cut the lower bar off my brushguard, and actually gained quite a bit of approach angle.

 

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I purchased the Bearmach hidden winch plate years ago for my RR and decided to get rid of it. In a situation where your front end is buried in mud it would be very difficult to get to the winch, plus you have to make sure it spools in correctly and with the hidden winch you can't see it.

Here's my bumper
 
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