Hope this works...Photos of the receiver, plow mount and pin, and plow mount installed. The receiver by itself is unobtrusive, a trait I really like. The instructions that came with it aren't bad. You'll have to loosen or remove the winch mount bolts to install the receiver which is the most difficult part of the whole deal. Also, a photo from last winter. If you get the pulley kit (highly recommended) the winch hook will attach by means of an included strap. In the photo, I have the strap wrapped around the bumper, but if you attach the strap the rack you'll be able to lift the plow higher. That's how I'll do it this year. The bolts you see on the mount limit the downward travel of the plow made necessary because the angle of the push bar tends to lift the front of the machine and also changes the angle of the plow itself. There is also a bolt on the push bar latching mechanism which, when unlatched, supports the push bar to the level of the mount, theoretically so you can drive right into the latching pins. It's not the most simple system to install, but once that's done is easy to hook up and get going.