Find the most comprehensive badland winch parts list for your replacements and upgrades. Using genuine Badland winch replacement parts helps to ensure the continuous quality and reliability of your badland winch.
Badland Winch Parts, Replacements & Accessories
Keep your winches running efficiently and make them last as long as possible by getting precisely the parts you need. Always ensure the product compatibility with your vehicle before ordering and ensure you read the badland winch wiring diagram.
Here are the most searched Badland Winch Parts from the customers.
Badland Winch Mounting Plate
Most badland winches come with a mounting plate for your winch. If your vehicle doesn’t support a mounting plate or does not come with a mounting bracket like the Badland 2500 Lb or ZXR 12000 Lb Winch, you may have to purchase it separately.
It is essential to know whether your mounting plate can fit your vehicle’s bumper and correctly place your winch. Mounting your winch in a wrong way can damage it; install your mounting bracket according to your vehicle’s specifications and winching activity.
Wired Remote Control
When opting for a winch, the wired remote control should be your prime priority from the wireless remote option. The wireless remote is good for convenience and safety, but during any unforeseen circumstances like the wireless remote stops working or a battery dies, having a wired remote would be a much-needed backup,
Wireless Remote Control
If you have issues with your remote control not working on your badland winch and looking for a replacement, the below wireless remote control would be a convenient fit for any models.
Solenoid Box/Control Box
The solenoids help operate the winch in and out by managing the high amp between the winch and battery.
It’s high time you replace the control box if you have issues with the winch not powering in or out, burned out the solenoid, or not enough power to operate the winch.
Replace your stock solenoids with much more durable, compact, waterproof, and dust resistant solenoid.
Accessories You Need to Consider Buying
When installing your solenoid, minimize the cable length by keeping close to the winch. Also, guard the cables between the solenoid and the winch from excessive heat.
Heavy Resistant Split Loom: Use a Wire Loom Cable Conduit for protecting the wires
Heavy Duty Nylon Cable Ties: Reduce cable length using Cable Zip Ties
Highly Flexible Pure Copper Cable: Replace your stock power cables and use a 2 Gauge Cable to minimize voltage drop.
Not all badland winches are waterproof; the models 3500 lb, ZXR 3500 lb, 5000 lb & APEX 12,000 lb are the only winches with a waterproof rating above IP66 protection. Anything below IP67 is prone to damage from rain and submerge.
A good winch cover can withstand all problematic weather conditions, prevent rust, protect the synthetic rope from the sun’s UV exposure, keeps the mud off from getting into the strands of rope, which can be abrasive and damage your cable.
A robust circuit breaker can prevent damage from an overload or short circuit by interrupting current flow. Replace the stock circuit breaker from the Harbor Freight winch that comes with no protection and no place for mounting.
You may need a plastic encasing to secure your circuit breaker from water and dust. A circuit breaker can act as a disconnect at the push of a button. Get yourself a circuit breaker that is waterproof, resettable, and will allow you to draw current at full load.
Synthetic ropes are lighter and flexible than steel cables. A Synthetic rope with hawse fairlead can reduce about 30-35lbs of the load from the vehicle’s front.
They are less dangerous than steel cable when it breaks. You can increase the rope length and get more spools on your drum with its thin size.
Accessories You Need to Consider Buying
When using a synthetic rope, you need to protect it from susceptible to UV damage and abrasion from rocks.
Use a winch cover that can protect from sun damage.
A Flexible Braided Cable Sleeve for rope getting damaged by rubbing against rocks.
Hawse fairleads are used in conjunction with a synthetic winch line. They are lighter and designed to give you a slightly better approach angle since they let the cable slide across.
If you are looking for a lighter, stronger, and safer winch line, an aluminum hawse fairlead is the best option, along with an excellent synthetic rope.
Roller fairleads are used in conjunction with a steel cable line. They are very popular and have been a default for 4×4 vehicles.
Roller Fairlead comes with two way and 4-way rollers that can guide your steel cable from different angles. The sharp borders help the cable from getting damaged.
Handlebar Control Switch
Handlebar switch is convenient to control the winch with just a thumb operation. A simple plug and play-action provide ease of winching in and out with a push of a button.
Handlebar switch would be helpful in case of failure with wireless remote control.
Always take extra caution when installing any parts. Please familiarize yourself with the part operation before using it. Keeping a constant focus is more critical. Always wear good heavy-duty leather gloves when working the winch.
We’ve covered most of the badland winch parts that you can need for the replacements or upgrades. Let us know your feedback on the parts you fixed and any new accessories that you find essential for your winch operation.