The best hook point is your winch hook. I usually just hook onto my buddies winch hook and pull them out with a tow strap! Another trick is to go to Lowes and buy some 5/8" black braided rope and make a hand sized loop on one end and then tie the other end off to a strong point on the frame down low. Then have the looped end attached up near the top of the frame so you can get to it easily. That way when your buried in the mud or water you don't have to reach down through the mud to find a place to tie off or find your winch. You just grab the rope(s) and can pull your winch out with the rope or your buddy can just hook up to the loop with his winch and drag you out. Works really well! Attached a pic where you can see the rope attached to the winch hook and tied off to the front rack. You can do the same to rear by attaching to the frame or hitch.
2010 Sportsman 850 XP (Dark Green)
Polaris Front and Rear Bumpers
Bighorn 26" on 14's
Polaris Front and Rear Lock and Ride Cargo
Custom Bags on Cargo
Ricochet Ultimate Skid Plates
(Orange Anodized A-Arms)
Polaris Hand Guards
2- 1 Gallon Rotopax's in front storage
New addition: 2005 Honda VTX 1300R
Last edited by kemblkr; 05-01-2013 at 06:30 AM.