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Andrzej Polak

Suzuki King Quad LTF300 Installing Winch

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If you search on Google and click images, you'll find some pics of what winch installed on a king quad 300 looks like. Here's some I found:

king quad 300 winch installation  winch on a king quad LTF300 

King Quad Winch 300  suzuki king quad winch 300 

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I have a bulldog winch mount on my 1995, it brings the winch up under the front bumper... but you have to use a smaller winch... 2500-3000lb would be the max size. I used the small Traveler winch from Tractor Supply. eTrailer sells the winch mount for under $70, and the winch itself was $80 with a coupon. I'm sure you could find a Badlands winch at Harbor Freight for $50. The item number on eTrailer is Item # BDW15135. 

 

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