LinkIt’s not difficult to self-install provided you have some mechanical nouse and understanding of auto-electrics. My strongest word of advice is to buy a quality ATV-specific mounting plate that is designed for your quad as that makes the installation much more straightforward and strong. There are plenty of good and cheap Chinese winches out there on eBay (don’t go too cheap), 4000 is good but 2000 is ok if you have a snatch block. Incorporate some isolation device (either in-line Anderson connectors or a proper kill switch isolator), fit a direct operation switch and don’t just rely on remote controls, use dyenema and not wire (greater length and no tangle/ laceration issues), test frequently (to know that it will still work when you need it). Don’t forget that you will need something to attach the winch to so if you are on open heath you may need some form of ground anchor. A strop or self-locking chain and a snatch block are very useful to increase power and direction of pull. Mine has saved my bacon on a number of occasions and I’ve now fitted one to my Freelander. There’s some pictures up on another post - I try to provide a link.
quad bikes wales will have all you need. a little more spendy that ebay, often for exactly the same stuff, from the same origin.Specifics on model / capacity would be helpful. Also who makes / sells mounting kits? (other than the 'bay)?
Fitting technicality won't be a problem, It aint rocket science, plus I'm an engineer.
p.s. I presume that the 4000 & 2000 are Lb force pull values & not Kg wytonpjs?