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    Default A1R winch rear fairlead mounts?

    Anyone know how the rear roller fairleads are mounted on an A1R truck? I was curious since the bumperettes are not used on A1Rís. Any pictures?


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    No one has seen one or has pictures?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ramdough View Post
    No one has seen one or has pictures? ....
    Have you tried cruising pictures of for sale and past sale LMTV's at Gov Planet for ideas to get you started?
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    Quote Originally Posted by coachgeo View Post
    Have you tried cruising pictures of for sale and past sale LMTV's at Gov Planet for ideas to get you started?
    I believe the A1R trucks are different as the rear rollerguard would normally mount through the tail light/bumper which is different for the A1R. I've not seen a A1R w/w yet.
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    That is what I was looking for. How do they do the roller fair leads because they donít have bumperettes. They must use something.

    I was hoping someone would know what they do for that application. I assume they did not get rid of winches on all A1Rís.

    I figured someone here might know.

    Anyone know what they did or do they just not have winches?

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    I would think there would be the rollers in an assembly bolted off the side of the frame rail. That would still put it in the same location.

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    I figured it would be something small like that...... just never saw one before. That is why I was asking. I tried google, but no luck so far.


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    From what I can tell, the fairlead from an A0 can bolt right up and the bumperette looks like it can be deleted.


    I am guessing that is the intended design.


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