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Andrew VanHouten

What plow to use with this mount...

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Got a 2007 Polaris Sportsman with this plow mount but no plow. Having a hard time finding a plow that will work... Anyone recognize it? Looks like some kinda quick clamp or something.
 

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Thanks. I'll see what I can dig up. Odd that I sent all this info to a polaris dealer by me asking for info and they looked at me like I was from the moon.... I'd think they could have at least recognized that it was a Polaris part! 

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