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I was thinking about doing something like that with my plow and winch, I'm assuming that's your warn winch lifting the plow? I'm still using my snowport plow and love it because it's just plow, back up and plow again. I also have a regular plow setup but went back to the snowsport for ease. was thinking of welding a bar across and having a roller on it to run the winch rope over to lift as needed.. Can you post how the front and setup looks like of what you have here?

This is my plow i wrote a review on years ago.

You might be able to write something up and contact @Admin to post as an article if you are going to sell this setup.

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