This RedRock 4x4 12,000-pound ground anchor is for those of you that have a 1987 and up Wrangler and are looking for a way to do self-recoveries with a winch, while you're wheeling in an area that you don't have a friend to use as an anchor or any trees around. This is going to be able to be used in sand, in clay, and a lot of different soils and ground types. All you need to do is hook your winch onto it, and you'll be able to get out or off of any sort of obstacle that you might be stuck in without the need for any other type of anchor. Now, this is going to be a heavy piece. It has to be. It has to be very strong. But it does fold up. It comes in a carrying case. If you wheel in an area where there aren't a lot of anchors, but you do have a winch, this is going to give you a lot of peace of mind. This ground anchor is made of steel. Again, it is a big, heavy piece, but it has to be strong. Up front here, you have a solid steel point that's going to be able to cut through any roots, any rocks that you might have as you're pulling the anchor towards you, before it actually gets sunk down deep enough to be able to pull your vehicle out of. Up here, you have a couple of different mounting points. You have your pulling bar here. This also comes with a handle that is quick release, so that you can pull the ground anchor back out of the ground after you're done using it, and of course a D-ring as well. Now, this is something that you're going to only be able to use if you do have a winch on your vehicle. Of course, having this with just a strap isn't going to help. You are going to have to have a winch. I guess, you could use this with a come-along as well, but it is best suited for use with a winch. As far as the installation goes, this doesn't really get installed. There's a little bit of assembly to do in order to be able to use it, and because this does fold up nice and compactly to go into that carrying case that it comes with. But again, no real installation. All you need to do is attach your pulling bar right up top here. Attach your winch cable to that pulling bar. Get this set on an angle so it starts digging down into the surface of the dirt. As it goes deeper and deeper, there'll of course be more and more resistance, until this is feeling more resistance than your actual Jeep was. Instead of the ground anchor being pulled toward your vehicle, your vehicle will start being pulled toward the ground anchor. This ground anchor will run you around $130, and I do think that that is a fair price for what you're getting here. This is something that is very well-built. It's very heavy-duty. It does have that 12,000-pound pulling capacity, and it also folds up nice and compactly. So it is something that you can keep in your recovery bag, you can keep in the back of your Jeep, and have with you when you need it. In my opinion, if you're wheeling in an area where you don't have a lot of anchors around and you do have a winch, this is going to give you a lot of peace of mind for just $130. So I do think it's a good buy. So if you're looking for a little extra peace of mind, one other way to recover yourself when you're off-road, I think this ground anchor by RedRock 4x4 is going to be a great option, and you can find it right here at extremeterrain.com.
Self-Recovery. If you're stuck in the middle of nowhere and there are no solid anchor points in site, a RedRock 4x4 12000lb Ground Anchor is the solution to your problem. The RedRock 4x4 12000lb Ground Anchor is designed with three angle settings to work in all possible soil conditions including mud, snow, or gravel.
Heavy Duty Steel Construction. Manufactured from heavy duty steel for superior strength, this RedRock 4x4 Ground Anchor can handle up to 12000lbs of pulling power to get you out of the messiest situations.
Easy Fold Up Storage. The RedRock 4x4 Ground Anchor is designed to fold up for easy stowing and comes with a convenient heavy-duty storage bag.
Application. This RedRock 4x4 12000lb Ground Anchor is a must for all serious off-roaders and can be used with all 1987 to 2021 Jeep Wranglers, including YJ, TJ, JK or JL models.
I have used Extreme Terrain for 5 items so far. Everything has went smoothly and all is advertised. I really like the available videos for many of the items, numerous photo's, great instructions and so forth. I would highly suggest giving them a try. Zero complaints.
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...