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OK, Anybody Know How to Mount This Huge Moose Plow Mount?

The Plow mount for my new Moose plow is a 3/16" plate aprox. 24" wide X 18" long. It's got a slight taper that seems to follow the bell pan form. The question is, is this plate suppose to go above or below the plastic pan? Either way, I can't imagine it can be done without cutting some plastic away which really sucks! No instructions what-so-ever.
Please help if you can.
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Re: OK, Anybody Know How to Mount This Huge Moose Plow Mount?

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The Plow mount for my new Moose plow is a 3/16" plate aprox. 24" wide X 18" long. It's got a slight taper that seems to follow the bell pan form. The question is, is this plate suppose to go above or below the plastic pan? Either way, I can't imagine it can be done without cutting some plastic away which really sucks! No instructions what-so-ever.
Please help if you can.
Thanks.
Snow...Did you ever get this figured out? Post some pics. Moose "documentation" really sucks. In fact, I'm not buying Moose again. Don't like that plate mount setup. You have to bolt it with u-bolts to the frame.

I'm sure you've called Moose by now.
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Re: OK, Anybody Know How to Mount This Huge Moose Plow Mount?

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The Plow mount for my new Moose plow is a 3/16" plate aprox. 24" wide X 18" long. It's got a slight taper that seems to follow the bell pan form. The question is, is this plate suppose to go above or below the plastic pan? Either way, I can't imagine it can be done without cutting some plastic away which really sucks! No instructions what-so-ever.
Please help if you can.
Thanks.
Snow...Did you ever get this figured out? Post some pics. Moose "documentation" really sucks. In fact, I'm not buying Moose again. Don't like that plate mount setup. You have to bolt it with u-bolts to the frame.

I'm sure you've called Moose by now.
No, I never called them I just went ahead and cut out the plastic belly pan about 18" back to the next set of mounting holes, then replaced that section with the steel plate. Not really thrilled about all the extra weight but we got hammered with snow the next 2 weeks so I'm glad I got it done anyway. Man, I've got "U" bolts and other hardware all over the place under there. That sucker's not going anywhere!
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The Plow mount for my new Moose plow is a 3/16" plate aprox. 24" wide X 18" long. It's got a slight taper that seems to follow the bell pan form. The question is, is this plate suppose to go above or below the plastic pan? Either way, I can't imagine it can be done without cutting some plastic away which really sucks! No instructions what-so-ever.
Please help if you can.
Thanks.
Snow...Did you ever get this figured out? Post some pics. Moose "documentation" really sucks. In fact, I'm not buying Moose again. Don't like that plate mount setup. You have to bolt it with u-bolts to the frame.

I'm sure you've called Moose by now.
No, I never called them I just went ahead and cut out the plastic belly pan about 18" back to the next set of mounting holes, then replaced that section with the steel plate. Not really thrilled about all the extra weight but we got hammered with snow the next 2 weeks so I'm glad I got it done anyway. Man, I've got "U" bolts and other hardware all over the place under there. That sucker's not going anywhere!
When you take all those U-bolts off check the frame for lots of missing paint. You can touch of the bare metal in the spring.
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Re: OK, Anybody Know How to Mount This Huge Moose Plow Mount?

Will do. Thanks FunRide,
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