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This roller fairlead guides your wire rope onto the drum and protects it by reducing friction and excessive wear on winch cables or wire ropes, especially during high angle pulls. It is easy to install and works with all standard winch plates.
What is the pull rating on this fairlead?
Asked by Jeremy from Port Angeles, WA on
Jeremy, The Smittybilt Low Profile 4-Way Roller Fairlead only leads the cable. It does not have a pull rating. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S. Ext. 4876 from Port Angeles, WA on
Hi the fairlead i am replacing has 10 in centered between bolt holes . does this fairled hve 10 in bolt centers?
Asked by mbb from Ripon, Ca.. on
Hello! Yes, this winch roller fairlead has the standard 10 inch bolt holes. this will fit your winch plate or bumper just like your old one.
Answered by Aaron S. from Ripon, Ca.. on
Will your low profile 4-way roller fairlead fit a Warn XD9000i?
Asked by Jim from on
Hi Jim! The mounting holes on this roller fairlead are the same as a standard fairlead, so this will work with your Warn winch. The only difference is that this fairlead utilizes a smaller roller to keep the profile down. Also, it makes use of smaller side rollers to minimize the profile.
Answered by Aaron S. from on
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