To match a Bush Winch to a vehicle we need to know 3 things:
This is the number of nuts/lugs and the PCD (pitch circle diameter). For example a bolt pattern of 5×139.7 is 5 nuts and a PCD of 139.7. If you need to work out the boly pattern of you rims its easy to count the number of nuts and the diagram shows how to measure the PCD.
There are may different types of threads. You will need to look up the specification for you rims to get the detail. FInally its a good idea to keep the same Hex size as your original wheel nuts so that you can use you original wheel spanner. Differnt makes and models sometimes have different hex sizes even if they have the sampe thread type.
The Bush Winch nuts typically have longer heads than the original wheel nuts. This is so there is about 5mm clearence between the Bushwinch hub and the rim. The diagram shows how the winch should sit on the rim.
Founder Patrick Verbeek’s vision to create a simple, reliable, portable and powerful winching system was born from his 40 years of experience as a geologist and remote destination traveller.
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