Tusk SubZero ATV Snow Plow Mount Installation - Yamaha Grizzly Video

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Tusk SubZero ATV Snow Plow Mount Installation - Yamaha Grizzly

If you need to install the tusk subzero snowplow mount on a Yamaha Grizzly, you have come to the right place. Our step by step video will walk you through how install the Tusk SubZero snowplow mount on a Yamaha Grizzly.

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Today we're going to be installing the Tusk SubZero plow mount on the Yamaha Grizzly.

You want to make sure you have the proper tools and some assistance. It'll always make the installation go smoothly.

For this video we've stood the ATV up so you can see what we’re doing. You need to safely support it so you can access the undercarriage for installation.

First thing we need to do is remove the stock center skid plate to do so we are going to remove these inner fender support bolts. There are some on each side we'll get those removed and we're going to move on to these the top center skid plate bolts. We're going to leave that front differential piece there. Then these are the bottom of the center skid plate.

Once we get those out that skid plate should pull right off out-of-the-way. And then were going to reinstall those four bolts we just took out, there's two on the front differential piece and two on the rear differential piece that will keep those in place while the snowplow mounts on it.

Now we need to move on to the P mount fender brace this is a P clamp and we need to make sure that inner fender is supported while that center skid plate is off. So the P clamp is going to go over the frame rail and you're going to take the 50 mm bolt its going to come in from the outside through the 30 mm spacer through the flat side of the P clamp and into the nut.

Alright now we're going to do the same thing on the other side we're going to put the P clamp over the frame flat side out. We're going to take our 50 mm bolt it's going to go through the 30 mm spacer into the P clamp and then put the nut on. Ok we need to make sure there's room for the main U clamp so we need to hold the P clamp up against the gusset before we tighten it. There is not very much room in between the gussets on the frame rail so go ahead and get that tightened. And then we'll do the same thing on the other side. We need to really push that P clap up before we tighten it.

Now we're going to but the main plow mount on using the U clamps and I like to go around and kind of make sure that that's where the U clamps are going to be so I'm familiar with where they're going to go on the frame and this is a location for this Grizzly. So you can see what you're going to need to move it between to get on there This is where having a helper comes in handy. They can hold that plow mount up while you hold the clamp and start the threads. You just want to get a couple threads started on each clap and move to each one and were using the 25 mm bolt with the flat washer on these it's all the same bolt on this model. Go ahead and get all those started.

And now we want to make sure there centered. We want to make sure that all the gaps are centered. It's nice and square and then we can go ahead and tighten them up. I like to tighten them kind of at the same time so a couple of turns on one just so the clamp doesn't get stuck down all the way on one. you're tightening the clamp evenly.

Alright it's as simple as that go back through, make sure all your hardware's tight and enjoy your Tusk SubZero snowplow.