Weighing in at only 36 pounds, the Pull-Pal is designed to work in most types of terrain and can be used to both extract your vehicle without the use of another rig and serve as an anchoring point from the rear when winching another vehicle out of harm's way. When not in use, the Pull-Pal folds up compactly to the size of an ordinary bumper jack for easy storage. It is ruggedly constructed with a forged chrome-moly plow assembly and welded construction overall, and is assembled with Grade 8 bolts for strength and quality. Units are also available for heavy-duty vehicle applications.
Equally as important as the winch on your rig are the accessories that go along with it. Master-Pull's Ultimate Recovery Gear Winch Accessories Kit contains everything needed for virtually any extrication or recovery. Each kit contains: a 5/16-inch by 50-foot, 16,500-pound Superline winch extension cable with a heavy-duty sling hook; a swing block with built-in stainless steel ball-bearing rollers; a 7/8-inch by 20-foot, 28,500-pound yank strap; a 7/8-inch by 10-foot, 28,500-pound tree-saver strap; two 3/4-inch screw-pin shackles; and a waterproof bag to store everything.
Rovers North's Sand Tracks are worth their weight in gold in sandy and loose terrain. Mandatory equipment on the rigs of the Camel Trophy Expedition, these units are fabricated from lightweight aluminum and have been perforated to minimize their weight and allow them to settle into the terrain for better grip. Using the sand tracks is as simple as laying them in front of the vehicle and driving over them. When not in use, they can be mounted atop a roof rack or placed in a truck bed.
Fab Fours heavy-duty off-road bumpers are available in both front and rear configurations. Their stylish, hand-formed designs have been created to handle whatever punishment is dished out on the trail, and their steel platforms make for sturdy mounting locations for any type or size of winch. Each front-end unit retains the factory wiring locations and airbag sensors, while the rear units either retain the OE receiver hitch or allow for one to be integrated. Key mounting locations for the units feature 1/4-inch keyed and gusseted mounts. The bumpers are constructed of 3/16-inch solid steel with 10-gauge steel cosmetic pieces. For recovery efforts, 1-inch D-ring mounts have been installed. A textured black powdercoat finish is applied to each unit.