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When winter comes around, do you park your quad in the garage, or do you get ready for another great season of plowing snow? If your four wheeler isn’t already equipped with a snow plow, there’s never a better time like the present to get it outfitted.
If you live in an area that sees a lot of snow, there is no reason why you shouldn’t install an ATV snow plow to your machine. Here are just a few of the advantages you’ll get:
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we stock several brands of ATV snow plows, including Cycle Country, Warn and Tusk. Most even give several options of plow width, so you can get a size that is appropriate for your machine.
Enter your vehicle’s details in the space provided above to see what we have available for your quad. Pick up an ATV snow plow this winter and change your snow removal woes forever!
BRUCE in WV
Plow was easy to assemble and feels very sturdy, the plow mount was very easy to install. Would easily buy again for any utv thst i purchase.Read All Reviews
Randy in CA
So far so good... used for half a season. I'm in the Sierras of CA where we have wet, heavy "Sierra Cement" snow. None of this light fluffy weightless stuff. I have a family member with the 54" Warn plow that I have borrowed several times, so I can compare a bit... I bought this one because I liked the slightly wider profile and the reviews were good. It's definitely heavier than the Warn unit.. the push rails and plow itself seem to be a heavier steel. This is good for durability, but it would be a challenge for a smaller quad to push around. I have it on a Polaris 550, and it's working great, but I don't know that I'd put this on a smaller quad than this. It really is heavy. I still need to adjust preload on the front shocks...when you winch it up the front of the quad sinks, then sinks some more, then sinks some more, and THEN the plow comes off of the ground. You need to be careful when dropping it back down to let out extra winch line so that it stays on the ground when you give it gas. If you only let out enough line to make it touch the ground, it'll lift up when the rear shocks sink when you give it gas. This is not something I had to deal with on the Warn plow because it's just lighter. But it's a small thing that becomes habit after you do it a couple times. A little extra line out, and it will let the shocks relax and stay on the ground like you want it to. The beefiness of this thing is worth the extra weight in my opinion. The spring-loaded pin to adjust the angle of the plow is not as ergonomically easy to use as the Warn lever system, but it's bulletproof and will never break or bend. I would totally buy this again over the Warn, for price, size, and overall beefiness. Should last decades.Read All Reviews
Steve in MI
I've owned a bottom-mount Moose plow, and now a front-mount Warn. The front mount Warn plow has to be kept with a small amount of winch tension to keep the ATV from climbing upward and almost over the plow when pushing heavy snow. The front mount, too, is much wider than the ATV frame, so side to side torque on the plow gives the impression that it could bend the ATV frame! This would be fixed with a bottom mount plow, but the bottom mount system for Warn plows protrudes several inches downward, making it something that must be removed if ever driving on non-flat terrain. The bottom mount Moose plow consists of a plate that bolts to the bottom of the ATV, with only very small protrusions downward for pinning the plow drive bars to the mounting plate. I bought this Warn plow because the assembly looked to be rock solid (and it is), and most reviews I had seen were pretty glowing. In hind sight, I wish I had bought a bottom mount plow with short protrusions, such as the Moose plow, even if it has worse build quality. The last one I had was fine for the 12 years I had it, with only wear bar replacement and occasional reweld of broken crappy welds. In summary, front mount permits the ATV to climb over the plow a bit if pushing moderately heavy snow; front mount makes it seem like the plow might bend the ATV frame if you hit something solid with the plow; bottom mount from Warn protrudes down to far; bottom mount from another manufacturer would be my recommendation (unless Warn comes up with a less huge bottom mount set up).Read All Reviews
Jacob in WY
This kit has been a great addition to my machine. The plow works very well and seems very sturdy. The only issue I had when mounting was that one bolt hole that was supposed to line up with my polaris winch was just barely off and I couldn't get both bolts started. No big deal though just grabbed the next size up drill bit enlarged the hole and I was good to go. The plow is quite heavy which works great while plowing but can cause slight issues with traction in the rear and squatting in the front when the blade is up, all of which can be handled with a few tweaks to tire pressure and suspension. Overall very happy with the purchase though.Read All Reviews
Chris in IN
The blade and pushtube work very well.i saw some online complaints about install directions not being clear but i don't agree they were a problem. The only thing that would make install easier is to have an atv lift and thats not the fault of warn of course.Read All Reviews