Anvil Off-Road Expands its Winch Lineup


A plethora of projects over the last year have lead us to two massive realizations: we bring home a lot of non-running vehicles and we absolutely could not do without our trailer-mounted Anvil Off-Road (AOR) winch. While it used to take a team of grease monkeys and a stocked cooler to get an engine-less Mopar mounted on a trailer, our AOR 17,000 lb. winch has us spoiled beyond belief. “Hook it up and hit the button,” is the motto with its brute strength able to power through rusty brakes, flat tires, and muddy fields.

Anvil Off-Road might be one of the newer members under Holley’s umbrella, but a quickly expanding lineup and rock-solid products are sure to make it a big player in off-roading and recovery accessories for years to come. Some of that expansion includes recently-released winches that can fill a variety of needs.

 

Two of the newest members of the family are 3,500 lb. (P/N 3510AOR) and 4,500 lb. (P/N 4511AOR) units with synthetic rope and aluminum fairleads. While the former is well-suited for smaller ATVs and UTVs, the latter has enough oomph for larger toys or trailer duty.

The big brother, a 17,000 lb. model (P/N 17001AOR), is all new with a revamped 7.0 horsepower 12-volt drive motor and upgraded control box. This behemoth’s metal cable and roller fairlead are up to the toughest of tasks. Each winch includes a wired control switch as well as a wireless remote control. Truck, toy, or trailer, Anvil is sure to have the help you need. Shop online or give their experts a call at (866) 464-6553.

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Kent Will

Kent Will

News Editor Kent grew up in the shop with his old man and his '70 Charger R/T. His first car was a 1969 Super Bee project when Kent was fourteen. That restoration experience lead to pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a career in manufacturing. Since then, the garage has expanded to include a '67 Satellite, a '72 Scamp, and a 2010 Mopar '10 Challenger.

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