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Yessiree....Its plow season again ladies & Gents. Ive got mine ready to go, how about you? I made a few changes for this year. I re-wired my caution lights directly so they work with the engine off. ( Led Strobes, so the amp draw is minimal.) I put a bronze bushing on the pivot of the plow to frame to prevent further wear on the joint. Repainted some spots on the plow from normal use. I re-mounted my winch switch so its closer to the handgrip making it easier to raise & lower the plow on the move.

What set-up do you have? Changes or mods that made the "job" easier? Post up your plowing pics, vids, or tips. :yes:

My current setup:

2002 Suzuki Quadrunner LTF-500-F 4X4

Moose 60" plow.

Warn RT-15 winch.

ITP Mudlite XTR Tires.

Custom wired TypeR LED strobes. ( 8 amber Heads, 2 on each corner. )

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I have a cycle country plow with manual lift on our 360 prairie ..and I have a modified wheellhorse snow plow that I used on the Polaris 500 I used to have ..it will also fit on my 650 prairie ..and I have a cubcadet plow that I made a mount for that will mount up to several different atv"s

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