Denman was made in MX. Belt separation on at least two. One of which threw the tread off. Still held air. Put on the spare and rolled home.
Tread was flat across when new. This condition can be hard to see unless the tire is removed for inspection. Any uneven wear should be suspect for additional inspection.
I put Ds on mine and run at 60/65 psi. Denman's lasted three years and I hope to get five+ out of the MAXXIS.
If you really want a tough tire get an LT215/75R15 such as GY Wrangler Silent Armor.
Snug fit may take a few hits if on the tight side but not a huge effort. Bronze is softer than steel so use a wood block if you are going to hit it.
The bolt will be a bit more effort to press the splines into the hanger. C-clamp worked fine for me.
I would think you could have a pulley near the front of the winch to guide it across.
I have a steel cable but if it gets frayed I would replace with a synthetic rope. Not sure if that would help the issue.
I can't imagine how a cable could get off the drum and onto the axle with my MileMarker. What winch do you have?
4x4 is too small.
Glad I asked. I went on reading some more after I posted this...not one mention of disconnecting in between trips. So is this an efficient way to take care of the battery? I'll unhook the negative while storing and allow the converter (3-stage) take care of the charging during the season and trickle charge once a month during the winter months?
If you get here and find you need an additional adapter just give a shout out and someone will set you up.
Be sure to investigate phones and internet as you will not want to pay international roaming charges depending on your plan.
Plugging in once a month is fine. Just don't let the battery go dead in storage or it soon will not hold a charge. Using a switch or removing the negative cable is fine to prevent discharge from parasitic loads such as radio memory, propane detector and various electronic controller boards. Otherwise 50w of solar and small controller can keep the battery up in storage.