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Factor 55 ProLink - Black (07-19 Sierra 1500)

AmericanTrucks no longer carries the Factor 55 ProLink - Black (07-19 Sierra 1500).

Features & Details

  • Shackle Mount
  • Replacement for Winch Hooks
  • 5 Times Stronger than Conventional Winch Hooks
  • Precision-Machined from 6061-T6 Kaiser Aluminum Billet
  • 16,000 Lbs. Max Load Rating
  • Installs in Minutes
  • Compatible with Both Hawse and Roller Fairleads
  • Fits 2007 to 2019 GMC Sierra Trucks
Better Towing, Especially Off the Road. The Factor 55 ProLink in Black is designed to be a great upgrade from the traditional winch hook. This shackle mount offers a secure ring-style structure that prevents slips and slides common when using hooks. On top of that, it has a 16,000-pound max load rating and a breaking strength of up to 40,000 pounds - strong enough to haul whatever you need to haul.

Simple Setup. It’s extremely easy to use the Factor 55 ProLink. Just insert the eye of your cable or synthetic rope into this mount, drop the pin in, and use the snap ring to secure it. With that convenient assembly, who would want to use a winch hook again?

Engineered for Durability. Another reason why the Factor 55 ProLink is better than conventional winch hooks is the way it was designed. This mount was put through a battery of stress tests using the COSMOS finite element analysis (FEA) software, then manufactured right here in the USA. That's way more than what other winch hooks go through before production.

Application. The Factor 55 ProLink, a shackle mount in Black, is compatible with all GMC Sierra models released from 2007 to 2019.

Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Details

MPN# 00015-04

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  • (1) Shackle Mount
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