I purchased a 2016 Can Am Outlander L and a Moose County 60” RM4 plow setup with a 3000 lb. Warn winch. It was a little more than I cared to spend for a plow setup but after using it just one time I knew it was money very well spent! Hooking up the plow was a snap unlike my previous push tube setup. The quality and ease of use was evident upon seeing and using it. I was able to clear my driveway in a fraction of the time it use to take with my old setup. I highly recommend this product to anyone who appreciates superior quality and who values their free time. Happy plowing❄️!
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very sturdy and handled a lot more snow than you would expect
I am on my third ATV and have installed the moose plow on all!! My current ATV is a Articat 2008 650 H1 TRV with the heavy duty 5 foot blade. This recent past snow fall was 5-6 " which was no problem for the Atv or plow!! Just use the adjuster to put a angle to the right or left and it curles the snow away like an ocean wave! I will buy nothing other than a MOOSE PLOW!!! This last snow I plowed our street to include 12 driveways with a average of 200+ feet each!! IT IS A HEAVY DUTY PLOW WITH GREAT FEATURES:)))
It would likely kick back a lot while plowing gravel, versus snow. That would result in denting and bending the blade.
Initial setting of skid height (feet) depends on the
terrain. Set the skids even with the wear bar cutting edge
for level surfaces such as concrete or asphalt. For
irregular surfaces, lower the skids to raise the wear bar