The UTV winch functions similarly to an ATV winch that is typically mounted to larger off-road vehicles. In many cases, in fact, the winch system is one and the same when compared to an ATV winch. Sometimes the UTV winch is much smaller, however, and it will only be capable of moving a certain load. ATV winches may be able to carry a heavier load, though the units are likely to be larger and heavier. In either case, the winch itself must be mounted to a solid part of the vehicle.
On a UTV, the winch may be mounded directly to the frame of the vehicle. On some larger vehicles, the UTV winch may be mounted on the front bumper, though the bumper will need to be secured properly to the frame to ensure it does not tear away from the rest of the vehicle while under load. Winches can also be mounted at the rear of a vehicle, though this configuration is far less common.
A UTV looks somewhat like a golf cart but is capable of handling heavier loads and seating 2 to 4 passengers and often has a payload area.
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