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Old October 9th, 2021, 09:39 AM #21
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What bumper are you mounting it too? I've been thinking about mounting one in a hitch carrier and just powering it with a spare 12V. I don't want to drop $1200 for a bumper.
I installed it in a Body Armor Hiline bumper, in my Tacoma. Bumper was $640.00 give or take. Total weight of bumper and winch is 142 pounds. Here's some pics:





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Old November 2nd, 2021, 10:53 AM #22
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They have their work cut out for that to happen.
They are not trying to compete with the snap-ons and matcos and dewalts and milwaukee but they are getting close to home depot and lowes and wal-mart homeowners tool market like husky and rigid, and Kobalt etc.
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They are not trying to compete with the snap-ons and matcos and dewalts and milwaukee but they are getting close to home depot and lowes and wal-mart homeowners tool market like husky and rigid, and Kobalt etc.
They are directly competing with them.

Many of the upline tools they are selling are made in the same factory as the SnapOn's/Matco's/MAC/etc. i.e. Daytona/Chief/Holt/Maddox

Their ICON line advertises itself as directly competing with them. If I were a mechanic I'd seriously give them a look. Their lifetime warranty is much more reliable than the "trucks".

Just watched this the other night.

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