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- Oct 12, 2019
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- Runnells, Iowa
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Yup - and I had though of that, but who knows what else I may want under the hood later, and didn't like the top of the winch exposed, I dunno, just didn't hit me as how I wanted to do it personally. Maybe the extra cables played a part in my choice but I've looked how others did the relocate like you did and it does look nice - no issues there. Looks good, and yes, it means no power out to the winch, so you have that issue resolved as another plus for your choice.This is similar to my setup. Although I’m not sure i’m completely satisfied or done with it yet. I did a remote solenoid install. Dismantled the solenoid from the Apex housing and have it between the battery and fender. Doing it this way, I have 4 cables coming up into the engine bay. 2 routed like the Warn instructions and 2 under the radiator and up between the AC compressor and air box (these are the 2 i’m not completely satisfied with. They tucked in nicely and I used zip ties, but just had a gut feeling that I don’t like them there). No disconnect because that’s effectively what the solenoid is doing now.