Winch mount 09-up f-150

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    WOW!!! CHECK OUT THIS NEW WINCH MOUNTING SYSTEM FROM ROUGH COUNTRY FOR THE 09-13 FORD F-150!!! WE HAVE DROPPED THE PRICING FOR THIS HOLIDAY SYSTEM!!! VISIT Winch Mounting Systems TO CHECK OUT THIS GREAT PRODUCT!! YOU CAN CONTACT ME FOR FURTHUR DETAIL! 800-222-7023 EXT 116!! HAVE A GREAT DAY!
     
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    That looks fantastic, but I would highly recommend building one that is available for the Ecoboost motors, even though that's an engine choice only available on the newer generation F-150.

    That has to be the nicest, cleanest set up I have seen for a winch mount. Congratulations on another fantastic product for our trucks!
     
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    Hi, I have 2015 F150 and wanting to get recommendations on what the best option for a winch install? I will be towing a 4,000lbs small sailboat on a trailer. The winch will be installed on the trailer to pull the sailboat. Do you think a I go for a 4,500lbs or 10,000lbs winch as seen on this sight?
     
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    @Archie27

    Depends on application.
    Water to trailer, one won't need full pound rating capacity.
    The boat can practically be moved by one arm in the water.

    From a davit type dry storage to a trailer, more pulling power
    will be needed.
     

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