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Swisher Plow and Mount.


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Does any one have a Swisher universal mount and plow blade? Curious as to how well they work. I like the idea of not loading the suspension of the quad. Also, if you have or have used the front bucket how do you like it? I know it won't move packed stuff, but how does it do on the soft stuff? Is there enough lift? Any feed back appreciated!!

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You have seen the set up in person, I have not. Do you think this puts more stress on the joints than bouncing down a rough trail at speed? I would think that the slow loading of the joints from filling and lifting the bucket would be far less than a hard trail ride. But like I said, I have not seen this in person.

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You have seen the set up in person, I have not. Do you think this puts more stress on the joints than bouncing down a rough trail at speed? I would think that the slow loading of the joints from filling and lifting the bucket would be far less than a hard trail ride. But like I said, I have not seen this in person.
The Spring that supports the weight of the plow , puts outward pressue on the ball joints. not up and down pressure like trail riding. The plow was bouncy to.
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