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Sherpa 4x4 Winch Mounting Plate

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The Winch mounting plate allows you to mount a winch wherever you like. The plate has no pre-drilled holes ensuring that you dont weaken the steel unnecessarily so simply measure and drill.

Sherpa winches - winch mounting plate

Sherpa 4x4 Winch Mounting Bracket

Best quality winch mounts on the market. Easy and strong custom winch fitting!

See the drawings below for dimensions of the Regular and Large Base versions. Generally the regular base will suit all regular winches on the market. For larger winches such as the Sherpa 25,000lb and Tow Truck Winches, the large base option will be required.

CAD Drawing: SUWMPRB - Sherpa Winch Mounting Plate (Regular Base)

CAD Drawing: SUWMPLB - Sherpa Winch Mounting Plate (Large Base)

PLEASE READ: We cannot advise if the winch plate will suit your vehicle or bar. These require customisation to fit. See the diagrams for dimensions and take measurements of your vehicle to determine suitability. Supplied as the winch bracket only. Winch roller fairlead and hawse are shown in the pictures for demonstration purposes.

  • universal winch bracket makes fitting winches possible on vehicles without bullbars or without winch bars.
  • heavy duty construction to withstand the load of winches up to 19,000Lbs.
  • includes cut out and standard mounting holes for aluminium hawses or roller fairleads.
  • available with the option of regular base or large sized base.
  • ideal for rear mounted winches.
  • also used on trucks, trailers, campers, custom built vehicles.
  • long lasting black powder coat.
  • weather resistant.
  • 12 month Australian arranty.
Regular Base - 8kg
Large Base - 9kg

Example of a customer's installation:

Sherpa Winches Mounting Plate

This customer has installed a Sherpa Stallion 25,000lb winch with a Large Base mounting plate. The plate has been trimmed to suit and bolted between the chassis rails. A hawse or fairlead is then to be fitted and the bumper replaced.