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Hi there Stu - easy to remove BOG OUT after recovery. First untie your anchor point, then you can EITHER continue moving in the same direction until safe to remove. OR, pull to the side, drive over, loop off and repeat. See this video - https://youtu.be/AOyHNJQ4hbU
So, the answer to the question about how you remove them if you are on a long steep slope and require consecutive recovery runs is, you can't.
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One problem I see with the Bog-Out is that you need a diff lock. If you put the Bog-Out on one front wheel, the open diff will allow the other front wheel to spin and you won't get anywhere. Another problem I see is clearance between the wheel rim and the brake caliper - there isn't much room to add anchors for the Bog-Out. But the Bog-Out is very simple I like the idea.
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Hi there Merts - sadly in the 4wd world there is no single tool that will do every job. Probably the closest is a hand winch but these are heavy. We're not saying that BOG OUT will do everything but its pretty good, has been well tested in the Australian market for over 5 years now. It carries a 12 month warranty and we use our equipment repeatedly. We're not getting customers complain or sets returned because they have broken. We enjoy participating in this forum because it is a different technique and there are a lot of questions. Thanks
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One problem I see with the Bog-Out is that you need a diff lock. If you put the Bog-Out on one front wheel, the open diff will allow the other front wheel to spin and you won't get anywhere. Another problem I see is clearance between the wheel rim and the brake caliper - there isn't much room to add anchors for the Bog-Out. But the Bog-Out is very simple I like the idea.
Thank you for your comment - a single BOG OUT will work in lightly bogged situations but as you note, a twin provides a more reliable solution and we try to make this very clear. Customers with diff lockers can use just a single - see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYuxBf0I55w

Some wheels don't have much clearance and that is why we offer 2 different methods of attachment. (And the BOG OUT has 2 differents ends, one for each attachment style). Again, we urge customers to check their vehicle prior to going off road. The best place to check your car is in the back yard!

BOG OUT is a modular system. Each harness is 4.5m in length and extension rope can be joined. We suggest low stretch and offer 15m and 30m rope but any good winch rope will work. Thanks, we agree it is a simple system and thank you for your observations.
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Hi there Merts - sadly in the 4wd world there is no single tool that will do every job. Probably the closest is a hand winch but these are heavy. We're not saying that BOG OUT will do everything but its pretty good, has been well tested in the Australian market for over 5 years now. It carries a 12 month warranty and we use our equipment repeatedly. We're not getting customers complain or sets returned because they have broken. We enjoy participating in this forum because it is a different technique and there are a lot of questions. Thanks
The point I was making is that Stu asked a clear and quite specific question, which you danced around and didn't really answer. In a situation where you need to winch up a slope in in more than one go, a conventional winch will do the job whereas your device objectively will not.
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