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Get Ready for Winter Snow with a Moose V-Plow for UTVs

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New for 2009 is the Fuse 72” hydraulic V-plow. Made in the USA by Cambridge Metals and Plastics with leading hydraulic components, this plow is designed for heavy duty UTV use. Don’t get out of your machine to turn your blades! The Moose V-plow can be easily moved to any of nine different blade configurations from the comfort of the cab using the included hand controller. The hand controller

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