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Warn Works

Model 70770

Internet #100584604

Portable Anchor Plate

This item has been discontinued.
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The Portable Anchor Plate allows WARN Works winches to be temporarily attached to a stable object such as a tree or rock. Made of high quality, black powder coated steel, the Portable Anchor Plate kit comes with pre-drilled bolt patterns that allow for easy connection between the winch and the plate. Two anchor chains with Clevis-style slip hooks attach to the plate and can be fastened around any suitable anchor point to give complete portability with any WARN Works winch (except 3000ACI).

  • Allows WARN Works winches to be temporarily attached to a stable object
  • Made of high quality, black powder coated steel
  • Pre-drilled bolt patterns allow for easy connection between the winch and the plate
  • Includes two anchor chains with Clevis-style slip hooks

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by high quality heavy chunk of steel I bought this to use my Superwinch Terra 45 as a portable winch, so I had to drill some holes into it. The plate is 1/4" steel, which is thicker than the 3/16" steel from the Superwinch plate. It's heavy, strong, and simple. The additional thickness required me to buy longer bolts to mount the winch. The way the included chains attach is clever and makes it easy to adjust the length. The only problem is a minor one: there is no wiggle room in the grooves where the chains attach, so the wide spots where the chain links are welded can get caught up in the groove and then you have to bang on it a little to get them unstuck. Hard to explain. If you're careful about how you thread the chains through, it's not a problem. December 27, 2011
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