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    Old Timer GraniteCrystal's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJW View Post
    Would you recommend the same for a steel line or instead keep it neat and orderly?
    See question and answer above. Already been asked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteCrystal View Post
    See question and answer above. Already been asked.
    You're right. Thanks! Overlooked that.

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    Outstanding thread for a noob such as myself... much appreciated!

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    I just got my warn heavy-duty winching accessory kit from Warn yesterday instead of the white/grey glove i got the new black ones . They had a mail in rebate with purchase of warn winch

    just need to get a winch damper and recovery strap.

    time to practice with the items to familiarize myself with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tincup View Post
    I just got my warn heavy-duty winching accessory kit from Warn yesterday instead of the white/grey glove i got the new black ones . They had a mail in rebate with purchase of warn winch

    just need to get a winch damper and recovery strap.

    time to practice with the items to familiarize myself with them.
    Save some money on winch damper and use a towel, coat, floor mat, etc.

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    Moving blankets work well also. It serves as a multi use item winch damper also lay on why doing trail fixes. It is especially good while laying on your back in the winter fixing your jeep. And the best part is they are cheap! That's my two cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteCrystal View Post
    Save some money on winch damper and use a towel, coat, floor mat, etc.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Zambo View Post
    Moving blankets work well also. It serves as a multi use item winch damper also lay on why doing trail fixes. It is especially good while laying on your back in the winter fixing your jeep. And the best part is they are cheap! That's my two cents.
    Thanks guys for the tip on alternatives to a winch damper.



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