This is a upgraded version than I previously had, I'm anxiously awaiting more snow now to use it. My old version lasted 8 long hard years before I had to retire it.
everything came either before due date or right on time ,had no problems at all..everything was just like I remember it putting it together=easy... I plan on using motosports for all replacement parts when needed...
moose plows are the strongest steel gauge sold of all atv plows..
thank you motosports...
This replacement snowplow push tube is far better than the first one I have. It is reinforced up near the mount point whereas the first one was not. After plowing with it I have found it has less of a tendency to flex and bend.
I have a 2016 Can Am 570 Outlander, put a County 60 inch plow on have it mounted as far forward as I can on my frame, the plow when angled hit's the front tires, the tubes should be at least 6 inches longer, my other plow on a different machine is a Tusk plow, works great, I wasn't able to find one that fits my Can-Am, very disappointed in Moose system, also hook up is terrible,( Pin system ), County plow looks heavy, and well made, happy with it, but the push tubes not so much.
I used my plow for 5 seasons before i needed to do any repairs. I use this for clearing sidewalks mostly. The material is a little on the light duty side and i broke a couple of welds which is why i had to replace the push tube.
I noticed there was not a review on this so I thought I would give my two cents. I have this set up with a 48" blade on my 2013 Honda Rancher 420. I live in northern NH and plow about twenty days a year, and this set up has been more than adequate for mt 500 ft driveway. Video link down below.