I'm planning on lifting my Viking, but noticed how high the bed will end up being. I use mine to hunt, and often enough hafta retrieve/load deer by myself. Not an easy task when the bed is up high. So if the pic uploads right, my description should work. You could mount a bar to back of roll cage above head rests, with a centered pulley pointing out back. With Viking backed up close to a tree, bed in dump position, and deer at end of tailgate my idea should work. Tie rope to tree, route thru pulley, and tie off to deer legs/head. Next simply drive forward til deers weight is mostly in the bed, set parking brake, and lock bed back in down position. Back machine up and undo ropes. The red I drew on bed in pic would possible a heavy piece of rubber to avoid rope rubbing bed. What yall think?
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