By [email protected]
As I have shopped around I have noticed the sxs manufacturers leave out things I consider critical like a windshield and a roof counting on you buying extra stuff.
Is there any advantage to buying accessories from the dealership when buying a new one?
Is there any general quality difference between OEM and aftermarket accessories?
I also plan to buy a winch and am considering a Harbor Freight winch. Thoughts? Also, I've always thought the idea of a receiver mounted hitch makes lots of sense so you can use it on the front or back. Has anyone seen this done? Thoughts?
My uncle has a Warn winch he used to have On his gas Yamaha golf cart, he said I could have it if I wanted it, I'm just not quite sure how to hook it up, wiring wise.
I have no other electrical accessories that are tasking the alternator (15 amp)
And I can still buy the OEM winch mount or fabricate one myself.
The mule has 2 electrical accessories hook ups, but it's a fairly small wire, not sure if could handle the load.. I even though about welding up a plate as there is plenty of room to mount another battery for the winch only either under the bed or under the front dash/firewall. And using a deep cycle battery and keep it on a tender.
A winch would come in handy for moving larger limbs or stumps or sections of a tree when I'm by myself.
Any info how to proceed is appreciated.
As most of you know, Mule 550, ksf300-c5.
By Gary Nations
Just got a Champion 2000lb winch for Father's Day. Going on a 2018 Mule 4010 Trans used on the farm. Anyone have any experience/ tips for mounting? Front mount so what do I need?
Thanks in advance.