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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 04-13-2016, 06:23 AM Thread Starter
 
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2016 Teryx winch bumper

I just purchased a 16 Teryx 2 LE in gray. What a sweet ride!!! I want a winch bumper that hides the winch and also mounts it up high out of the muck, such as Warn. I had the Warn on my 13 and loved it. Finding bumpers that say they fit the 16 is limited to around 2 or 3. Anyone know if the mounting points changed on the 16 or if bumpers from previous years will fit? Any help is appreciated!
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Here is where mine is mounted to give you an idea.




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TERYX / TERYX4 - Bumpers & Protection - Magnum Offroad

I don't believe the mounts changed at all, but I am uncertain.
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post #4 of 24 (permalink) Old 04-29-2016, 08:30 AM
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I really like those Magnum bumpers. I am looking at them for my next rex for sure. Fingers crossed if will be very shortly .

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I love the magnum, its stout and like tI can attach D-rings, just $$$$! I guess I will order a Warn 88225 soon and see if it bolts up to the frame or not. Have seen 15s with it
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For anyone wondering, I just put on the Warn 88225 winch bumper on my 2016. Only had to cut a bit of plastic trim at bottom of radiator but bolts right up.
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Looking at fabricating bumpers for the 2016 possibly. Get my hands on one next week. Will start looking at possible designs. Any specifics we are looking for? I know winch mounted up high is a good one. Second thing I like is multiple hook points. Love the winch hook tabs on the XP1 highlifter bumper and the trailering strap connection points. Anything else.

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Yes I wanted my winch up high but also somewhat out of sight which was why I went with Warn. Only thing I wish it had was mounts for D rings!

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I believe EMP has one for the 16. Winch mounts high on them too.


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I actually just mounted my Warn 4000 on my '14 T2 yesterday. Up high between the 2 cross bars. To get as much air flow around to the radiator I moved it out as far forward as possible, and welded some brackets for the roller fairlead to mount to on those cross tubes. Hood opened fine. I made my bracket with a 2" receiver and a D ring to plug in to it. Sorry, wish I could post pictures but not that techie. I did put the Warn on the factory lower plate and the holes were off, so I stole the mount off my old Rhino and adapted and overcame.
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I actually just mounted my Warn 4000 on my '14 T2 yesterday. Up high between the 2 cross bars. To get as much air flow around to the radiator I moved it out as far forward as possible, and welded some brackets for the roller fairlead to mount to on those cross tubes. Hood opened fine. I made my bracket with a 2" receiver and a D ring to plug in to it. Sorry, wish I could post pictures but not that techie. I did put the Warn on the factory lower plate and the holes were off, so I stole the mount off my old Rhino and adapted and overcame.
I had the same issue with my 2014 dealer ended up giving me the wrong mount. I assume you had the same trouble.

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Do NOT get the EMP bumper unless you want to weld in reinforcements to your frame where it bolts to the same place that holds the radiator mounts. My radiator is almost toast and you would not believe how mangled the mounts and frame are there. Word to the wise, I have 2 2014 machines and my 2013 Tony has is also tweaked.
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Noz, I just tried using the existing holes in the front frame. I didn't know there is some kind of plate that Kawi sells that goes there first, then mount the winch? I intended to mount mine as high as possible anyhow, and had a mount I had used on my Rhino that I just adapted a little to raise the winch up and get it centered on the T2 bumper. The existing holes would only allow you to mount the winch down low anyways without hitting the radiator as you came up higher with the winch. The actual harder part was finding room for the electronics boxes as mine has the wireless remote.
Magellan, other than the mounting holes on the frame, I didn't attach the winch mount to any other supports. Bumper is bolted to original places. Did your EMP pick up some extra mounting places that caused stress where it shouldn't be?
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Dont piss around and waste your time and money. I ordered a Warn front bumper off amazon and its awesome
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Never had any issues with my EMP either. There are a few options out there for the OP. Hope you find one that works for you.

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For anyone wondering, I just put on the Warn 88225 winch bumper on my 2016. Only had to cut a bit of plastic trim at bottom of radiator but bolts right up.
Sounds good, got some pics of the set up?
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I have a couple of these l fabbed from T304 stainless steel, comes with a custom aluminum rad guard & d-ring shackle incl.


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For anyone wondering, I just put on the Warn 88225 winch bumper on my 2016. Only had to cut a bit of plastic trim at bottom of radiator but bolts right up.
I know I'm digging up an old thread here, but based on the fact that the Warn 88225 mounted up to a 2016 (with a little trimming), does anyone know if the 88225 would mount up to newer models of the Teryx4 (2017, 2018, 2019) with a little trimming as well?

I'm not sure what the changes were between years from 2016 onward.
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I know I'm digging up an old thread here, but based on the fact that the Warn 88225 mounted up to a 2016 (with a little trimming), does anyone know if the 88225 would mount up to newer models of the Teryx4 (2017, 2018, 2019) with a little trimming as well?

I'm not sure what the changes were between years from 2016 onward.
There are no changes in the mounting location from 16 to 19 Teryx.

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What is the rationale to mount winches high?

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I just purchased a 16 Teryx 2 LE in gray. What a sweet ride!!! I want a winch bumper that hides the winch and also mounts it up high out of the muck, such as Warn. I had the Warn on my 13 and loved it. Finding bumpers that say they fit the 16 is limited to around 2 or 3. Anyone know if the mounting points changed on the 16 or if bumpers from previous years will fit? Any help is appreciated!
From several posts below there is a common desire to mount winches high. Why?
In my opinion and long year experience the standard winch location is the proper one as the angle of attack winching out is low and facilitates lift when pulling. Also the pulling forces go straight into the frame and are not cantilevered and pull the front of vehicle down, resulting in better mechanical advantage.
Sure the winch gets submerged sometimes in mud but to prevent having to dive down to get to the hook pay out as much cable or rope and secure as high up as possible so you can reach it standing on the side.
We have famously bad mud holes here in Ontario to get out off. So I would not mount winch up for all the reasons described

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From several posts below there is a common desire to mount winches high. Why?
In my opinion and long year experience the standard winch location is the proper one as the angle of attack winching out is low and facilitates lift when pulling. Also the pulling forces go straight into the frame and are not cantilevered and pull the front of vehicle down, resulting in better mechanical advantage.
Sure the winch gets submerged sometimes in mud but to prevent having to dive down to get to the hook pay out as much cable or rope and secure as high up as possible so you can reach it standing on the side.
We have famously bad mud holes here in Ontario to get out off. So I would not mount winch up for all the reasons described
I have the SuperATV bumper on the front of my 2016. This bumper allows you 2 different winch mounting positions. Where I ride, I am much more likely to be winching up a steep climb with sharp rocks, so having the winch up high helps to keep the cable above the sharp rocks.
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