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Old January 2nd, 2013, 06:12 PM   #16
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Anybody tried it with a bucket attachment?

I was considering renting a skid loader to move some gravel around the property and fill a couple of low spots in a dirt driveway, but after seeing some of these set ups, I am wondering if this would be a better option - plus I'd have the rig full time.
Had anybody found a snowblower attachment? That would be slick!
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Anybody tried it with a bucket attachment?

I was considering renting a skid loader to move some gravel around the property and fill a couple of low spots in a dirt driveway, but after seeing some of these set ups, I am wondering if this would be a better option - plus I'd have the rig full time.
Had anybody found a snowblower attachment? That would be slick!
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Old January 2nd, 2013, 06:29 PM   #18
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UTV Snow Blowers | ATV Tracks

Thats where I know to get one.
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Old January 2nd, 2013, 06:36 PM   #19
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UTV Snow Blowers | ATV Tracks

Thats where I know to get one.
Wow it's nice, but pricey! For the $ 6 k I think I would rather upgrade to an S.
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MotoAlliance 66" Pro Series - by far nicest set up I've seen and used!
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Pricey yep! Thats why I dont have one. For the price of a normal plow I dont need to spend $6500 on a snowblower. Seriously You can get a 66 inch powered, walk behind snowblower for less than $2000. Can you say ripoff?

I am not a fan of plow mounts that go to the back hitch reciever or down below the machine limiting ground clearance. It looks like Moose is making the plows for Polaris. That new plow mount is set up exactly like mine. I think its the best I have seen yet. It attaches easily and its beefy. Thats what I looked for anyway.
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Re: Razor 800 Plow setups

Am I the only one with a belly mount mounted on the razor? The push frame is mounted in the middle of the razor.
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Anyone running a v plow or county plow set up? I was wondering if the v would keep equal pressure while breaking trail and keep you from spinning out.
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Am I the only one with a belly mount mounted on the razor? The push frame is mounted in the middle of the razor.
That's what I have on my 570, complete moose w/warn winch. No problems after two years.
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Am I the only one with a belly mount mounted on the razor? The push frame is mounted in the middle of the razor.
That's what I have on my 570, complete moose w/warn winch. No problems after two years.
I think I can push more snow than the front mount plows. When I tried my friends razor with glacier plow, I noticed it pushes the front end up causing less traction. Where my belly mounted plow when pushing snow the plow pushes in the middle planting the front tires to the ground.
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Does anyone have a Plow Setup using a Bison Front Bumper?
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