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Winch plate worries

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Hi all just started to mount a winch on my kingquad 400 using a kfi mounting plate and the holes don’t line up. The winch is Rhino 3000lb not sure if you have them in the States they’re an Amazon job. I was wondering can I just drill the mount out to make it fit, the holes are fine depth wise it’s just the width trouble is it’s not out a great deal and as the holes are countersunk they will overlap I don’t want a loose winch. Dunno if you can make sense of all that but any help would be appreciated thanks.

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I’d imaging you could ream out the holes to make it work. As long as it’s not on the edge and your bolts are torqued. You’d be fine.


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I would agree with @06kfx440 on that. Is this the winch and is that the plate? Also, is it remote only or is there a wired switch you can install? Just curious.

D-Rhino 3000lb 12V Electric Recovery Winch Truck SUV ATV Remote Synthetic Rope

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Hi thanks for replies it’s got a switch and Two wireless remotes. It’s a different brand to D Rhino I think it’s a UK based company obviously not made there as they are fairly cheap it seems a nice solid unit.
Haven’t tried it out yet but will let you all know how I get on.

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