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Can-Am's have all the electrical terminals in a handy spot right at the rear right on the quad. Once that was all done I installed the remote plug in on the back side of the rear fender. Since Can-Am already gave me a switch and mounting plate for the front winch, I figured I would just make a small aluminum extension and mount the rear switch right beside it.

In the second picture below you can see the aluminum bar. Yes, I had previously relocated the 2wd/4wd selector to the left side.

After owning my quad for about a year now, I figured it would make more sense to have a winch on the back of it then it does to have one on the front. The winch cost me 2.00 CDN all taxes and shipping in. It comes with everything needed and also came with a snatch block. I mounted the winch on the factory rear hitch point.

On the Can-Am this piece is removable and bolts directly to the frame and the rear dif.

Registration is free, and allows you to participate in and access parts of the site not available to unregistered visitors. We also host independent regional area forums for the following areas; if you'd like one set up for your riding area just let us know. • Photo submission guidelines You are not logged in, so only topics from the public forums are shown.

Can-Am's have all the electrical terminals in a handy spot right at the rear right on the quad. Once that was all done I installed the remote plug in on the back side of the rear fender. Since Can-Am already gave me a switch and mounting plate for the front winch, I figured I would just make a small aluminum extension and mount the rear switch right beside it.

In the second picture below you can see the aluminum bar. Yes, I had previously relocated the 2wd/4wd selector to the left side.

After owning my quad for about a year now, I figured it would make more sense to have a winch on the back of it then it does to have one on the front. The winch cost me 2.00 CDN all taxes and shipping in. It comes with everything needed and also came with a snatch block. I mounted the winch on the factory rear hitch point.

On the Can-Am this piece is removable and bolts directly to the frame and the rear dif.

Here's a final picture showing the switch wiring entering the compartment through a grommet enclosed in loom.