Car Stuck In The Mud? This Tyre Attachment Will Get You Out In Seconds


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Every offroading fanatic knows that getting your vehicle stuck in a hole is part and parcel of the adventure. So whether you are travelling on a snowy mountain, or treading in a limitless desert, you got to have the required tools to get you out of the mess. Usually, all the professional adventurists have those heavy and expensive winches in their cars to get out of a rut, but today we are going to cover a tool that is both simple and cheap to use.

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Pic Credits: offgridquest
Pic Credits: offgridquest

 

This winch variant is called the Bush Winch, and it is designed to attach to the nuts on your wheels and then allow the wheel to rotate and wind up the winch to get out of the rut. The Bush Winch uses only the power of your car’s engine to take your car out of the ditch, thus eliminating the need to spend on the expensive, heavy and dangerous to use contemporary winches. Watch the video below to get more information:

The winch doesn’t require a fancy bumper mount or any other expensive equipment to be used, as the drums are made to attach to the custom made wheel nuts. The ropes are designed to bear over 7,000 lbs of tensile force. Thus, it is applicable for almost every kind of situation. The Bush Winch comes with a small kit and two drums, one for each wheel so that you can have double the power and can pull up your car evenly.

Pic Credits: offgridquest
Pic Credits: offgridquest

As the company claims, it is so revolutionary yet so simple that you will wonder why it wasn’t thought of before!

Are you thinking about grabbing one for your car? Hurry up; these might run out pretty soon!

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