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Old August 23rd, 2008, 02:51 PM
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NAS 110 factory winch installation?

Looking at pictures of NAS 110's that were ordered with winches they appear to mount below the factory bumper. Does anyone know if this is accurate and if so where can i find the parts to do this? I want to mount a winch but would like to retain the factory bumper and brush guard
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Old August 23rd, 2008, 04:25 PM
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I am having a similar issue deciding what to do.

The original factory blade/winch bumpers are almost impossible to find and when you do, ... $$$

Here is one option from Rovers North:

http://www.roversnorth.com/store/p-5...-w9000-lb.aspx



The only caveat is that the winch basket hangs down and would cause some issue with approach angle (should you wheel).

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I took some photoshop liberties with this image from Rovers North home page to make a screen saver for my mac.

Now, I really would like one of these bumpers for my NAS 110 (don't worry, I would keep the original in the garage!).

Only problem, ... no one, ... not even Rovers North, can tell me what kind of bumper it is!

Anyone have a clue?

Dendy

pw: not to hijack the thread, simply thought this may be an option for you as well.
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Old August 23rd, 2008, 05:10 PM
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There is an LR winch bumper/tray that does not have all the problems that that under bumper one has.
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Old August 23rd, 2008, 05:16 PM
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The bumper is the same, winches were installed at the port. What you need to find or fabricate is simply a tray/bracket that bolts to the frame and holds the winch. The bottom of orig. bumper is simply notched out to allow for the bracket to hang flush with it. I don't have a close up, but you can sort of see how it works in the pic attached as the bumper is not mounted yet.
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Warn still makes the original winch bumper. There is a thread on here somewhere that I posted the information.

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Is it a bumper or a bracket that mounts under the bumper? I just looked at the Warn pdf and I would describe it more as the hidden kit than a seperate bumper.
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Is it a bumper or a bracket that mounts under the bumper? I just looked at the Warn pdf and I would describe it more as the hidden kit than a seperate bumper.

Yeah, I think that is all it is, and that is what the Rover North offers as well.
You use the stock blade, with a winch basket that attaches.

And, ... no know knows the type of bumper on the ROW 110s. I'm stumped.

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I have the factory NAS winch tray if anyone is interested. I took it off and replaced the front bumper on my truck because I did not like having the winch mounted upside down where dirt and crap could get in it, but if you want it I will sell it to you. Send an IM.
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Possibly interested. Sent you a PM
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I have one as well.

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Hey guys not sure how I missed these posts but Im interested in the factory winch tray if either one of you still has it and Dendy got his. Ron or Scott please let me know.
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Hey guys does this tray fit the warn 9000? someone told me it was only for the 8274.
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It was designed to fit the old style warn 8000, an XD9000 may fit you would have to measure. It will not fit an 8274
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Old February 9th, 2009, 12:37 PM
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Ok thats what i thought. I havent had a chance to mess with it but it looks like my xd9000 will fit. I was confused about the 8274 since i didnt see how that would possibly work.
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