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post #1 of 10 Old February 6th, 2012, 08:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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Polaris Poly Plow & Viper Winch.. Ready for snow!!!

Hello everyone, I just got done installing a 66" Polaris poly plow bought from fellow forum member, another great guy and new friend. I also installed a Viper Elite 4000lb winch for this job, Thank you , MotoAlliance. Install went well, but took a little longer than I planned , maybe because im a little meticulous on my wiring job, but it worked out great. I have a question for fellow members that have the glacier II mount and if they were able to mount the plow and keep the Polaris deluxe brush guard on? I had to remove my botton UHMV front skid plate as well as my bumper to get it to line up correctly. I added a few pics below but will try to add some more detailed ones later. Thanks Nick
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Looks good Nick, i was able to leave my polaris bumper on.

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Re: Polaris Poly Plow & Viper Winch.. Ready for snow!!!

Thanks!!!! I will have to check and see if I can fit it, maybe I missed something lining it up, but for now it seems like it will work out great. I did remove the winch hook and used a clevis which seemed to get almost 3 more inches of lift on the plow. The rzr bar for plow seems almost too long.
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i put the bolts down thru that hold the plow mount on, thru the frame then the bumper then the plow mount, you can cut the bar then redrill for the hook.

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Plow looks nice. I needed longer bolts to keep bumper on. Don't forget never seize on bolts. I used short bracket instead of long one like dealer had on when i picked it up. Got it up higher...
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i put the bolts down thru that hold the plow mount on, thru the frame then the bumper then the plow mount, you can cut the bar then redrill for the hook.
Thanks for the tip Ralph I will have to try that, but its fine for now, as well as using small clevis instead of the hook to get the lift i needed. Worked out great.

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Now we need snow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hello everyone, I just got done installing a 66" Polaris poly plow bought from fellow forum member, another great guy and new friend. I also installed a Viper Elite 4000lb winch for this job, Thank you , MotoAlliance. Install went well, but took a little longer than I planned , maybe because im a little meticulous on my wiring job, but it worked out great. I have a question for fellow members that have the glacier II mount and if they were able to mount the plow and keep the Polaris deluxe brush guard on? I had to remove my botton UHMV front skid plate as well as my bumper to get it to line up correctly. I added a few pics below but will try to add some more detailed ones later. Thanks Nick
I just got this exact same setup and i'm excited to try it this winter...
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Lets not talk about snow for at least another month......



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