So how do you determine a suitable anchor point on a vehicle for use during either a rope rescue or confined space rescue situation?

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Luke, that rig has been surplused and I can't seem to find any photos of the anchor system. I'm still looking.
I agree with that. Solid rims on a vehicle ARE considered "bomb-proof" anchors here in the states. We have drilled with this type of anchor point before. (I have pictures of this on my profile) And we have also used this in a live rescue and our vic was anchored to our Heavy Rescue. Both were successful. I have more faith, to be honest, in the force of gravity on a Heavy Rescue truck weighing several tons versus a vertical pole in the ground or a metal structural member that could have unseen flaws. I am with Lutan on this one.
The trailer receiver is a great idea. All receivers are attached to the frame right?
I have been unable to find a photo of the anchor system.
Thanks for trying- forgot about it till you responded to the discussion...

What's your thoughts on the use of the bullbar?
Dunno. I'm unfamiliar with it, at least by that name.
Got photos?
They come in all sorts of shapes and size for cars, trucks, buses, etc...

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