Use with Synthetic Ropes & Steel Cables up to 1/2” Diameter
Made in USA
One-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty
Fits All 1987-2019 Jeep Wrangler YJ, TJ, JK and JL Models
Strong Enough for the Military. The Factor 55 ProLink XXL winch shackle mount was originally designed for military winch applications. Now available at retail stores, the XXL can take your Wrangler's winch to a higher level of strength and safety than conventional winch shackle mounts. You can confidently pull up to 24,000 pounds without fear of failure because this shackle mount can withstand loads of 63,000 pounds before failing.
Strong Materials. When it comes to off-road recovery equipment for your 1987-2019 Jeep Wrangler, you want equipment made from only the best materials. The ProLink XXL shackle mount is made from military grade 6000 Series billet aluminum, which makes them stronger than conventional shackle mounts. The red anodized/powder coated finish is extreme durable and long lasting. The double shear pin is 3/4-inch diameter of strong titanium that won't give out with a heavy load. You can choose to use either synthetic winch ropes or steel cables with up to 1/2-inch diameter with this shackle mount. A high durometer EPDM rubber guard protects the base of the ProLink XXL.
Application. This red Factor 55 ProLink XXL shackle mount has been designed and built in the USA. Your purchase is backed by a manufacturer's one-year warranty. The ProLink XXL is designed for use on all 1987-2019 Jeep Wrangler YJ, TJ, JK or JL models equipped with winches.
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Jim H, 2010 Jeep Wrangler JKWeb Development My dad would always take me trail riding in the Pine Barrens as a kid when I lived in South Jersey, so I’ve always been into four wheel drive trucks and Jeeps. When the time came for me to get a vehicle, I picked up an old Cherokee. I still have that old Jeep strictly for offroading, but after a few...
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