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Cycle Country Bearforce State Steel Plow Combo

$829.96 - $894.96
$729.99 - $798.99

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Cycle Country Bearforce State Steel Plow Combo
Cycle Country Bearforce State Steel Plow Combo
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The Cycle Country BearForce State Steel Plow Combo includes:

Cycle Country BearForce State Steel Plow Blade:

Same shape as those highway plows you've seen. Big enough to do any plowing job.

  • Great for collecting and moving snow to one side of your plowing path.
  • 24" high one side and 16" high on the other.
  • Made with 12-gauge, black powder-coated steel.
  • Includes a long-life 3" reversible steel wear bar.

Cycle Country Standard Under-Chassis Push Tube:

  • Built of heavy-duty, V-style 1.5" steel tubing.
  • Designed with maximum strength by triangulating the tubes.
  • 3" longer frame for added vehicle clearance and lift.
  • 5-position blade angle adjustment.
  • Four-way cutting edge adjustment.
  • Quick-pin attachment.
  • Reversible pistol grip manual angle adjuster to clear winch cable.

Cycle Country Plow Mount Kit:

  • Bracket mounts under chassis of your ATV.
  • ATV connecting point for push tube and blade system.
  • The only part of the plow system that remains on the ATV when the plow is detached.
  • Bracket is specific to a vehicle make, model, and year.
  • Note: Photo is only representative of Mount Kit and may not be the exact bracket for your vehicle.

Cycle Country Manual Lift System:

  • You'll get at least 5.5" of plow lift with as little as 25 pounds (13 kg) of force.
  • Works universally for most ATVs.
  • To ensure safe operation, the blade locks in full up position.
  • Comes off as part of push tube assembly; so, when you're trail riding, the equipment is not in your way.
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Steve 2 years 4 months ago Location: Salt Lake City
How do the push arms connect to the bottom plate?
I understand how the flat plate mounts to the bottom of my atv. The flat plate has two small half round mounts with holes in it on both sides of the plate. Then the plow and the arms connect to those small half rounds that are attached to the plate. What connects the two pieces together? I assume there is some sort of pin or something. However, if they connect with a pin on each side, isn't all the pushing force put right on those pins? I'm kind of a slow learner. :) It looks good but it seems like there should be something more sturdy for the plow arms to push against. I hope that even make sense. Thanks.
MotoSport Staff
2 years 4 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The push tube does mount to the frame mount with pins. This design has proven to be incredibly durable and easy to use. In addition, there does need to be a weak point incase the plow does snag on something. The pins are easier and cheaper to replace than a bent push tube assembly.
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