The Bush Ground Anchor provides anchoring solution for those times when there is no help and there are no other natural anchor points you can winch to. The Ground Anchor has exceptional ground holding power in sand, mud and clay.
The Rope Guide feeds the winch rope onto the Bush Winch even when winching at an angle. It is also used to pull the vehicle into line if the vehicle is slipping sideways. The Rope Guide attaches to the nut/bolts on the wheel just like the Bush Winch does.
The Bridle is another means of creating anchor points where you need them in line with the vehicle. The Bridle is strung tightly across the path of the vehicle attached to anchor point to the side. You connect the winch ropes straight ahead to the Bridle and winch the direction you want to go. All sorts of natural anchors that may otherwise be too far way or in the wrong position can be utilized to create a recovery solution.
Every Bush Winch comes with a set of especially made wheel nuts/bolts for attaching the Bush Winch to. The nuts/bolts fit a variety of different vehicles with different wheel nut/bolt dimensions and thread patterns. These nuts/bolts can be purchased separately to allow for use the Bush Bridle at the same time or for use of the same Bush Winch on multiple vehicles.
The Bush Winch system uses high strength braided rope that is made with an incredibly smooth surface. The ropes combine good strength retention with good flexibility making them the ideal tools for getting yourself out of tricky situations with the Bush Winch drum. The 12-strand ropes exceed the strength of many steel wire ropes of the same diameter but have a higher breaking point.