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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-22-2009, 05:44 PM Thread Starter
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snow blades for teryx?

whats everyone using for snow blades for the teryx on the affordable side also.and preferably a front mount design with nothing underneath to lower ground clearance if possible....and does anyone having any pictures of them mounted and so on.thanks guys.
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well i guess no one has a snow blade on a teryx on here?i might be the only one here to have one before long.i will post pictures for you guys that dont have one so you can see what it is all about/
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Im looking for one also. I think im gonna buy a 72" for mine. I found one fro 520 US with shipping. It is the same one hunter works sells, but this one is a different name thats all. Or the one hunter work sells is a good blade.
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I would go to my dealer and see what he has to offer.That's what I'm going to do. I'm finding out that responses on here are far and few between..
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Well , I've been searching since last winter to see what works and why. So far Eagle blades had mount bending issues , but have since been corrected and most owners are happy with them . I waited for Warn to bring thiers out , but have heard they're are not as heavily built as I thought they would be . Moose has a MONSTER V-blade if money is'nt an issue . My dealer sells Cycle Country brand and reports that no one has had problems . I will probably go with my dealer on the plow ( I trust his word) and with Viper on the winch ( I trust Hunterworks reports on them ) because of cost and reported good quality . As far as mounts reducing ground clearence ? Eagle is the only one I know of claiming NO change in clearence. The only concern I presently have is the electric/mechanical brake in the winch for holding up the plow when not in use , but traveling . Also , cables wear quicker ( repeated short use ) than the new synthetic ropes . Have heard some people use short cables or rope to plow , then change back to stock length for trail riding . Hope this helps .

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I have a cycle country 72" and it works great it is a reciever hitch mount and has multiple angles also has a quick disconnect so you can pull up to it just like a plow on a truck
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I built my won 6' blade and mounts, after a couple of uses last winter and one this winter i think i am going to give up plowing with the rex. reason being i find it hard on the machine when you push the snow up into a pile and have the tranny loaded, it's hard to get it into reverse if the rex doesn't roll back a little on it's own. I don't want tranny issues so i am giving up plowing with it.
The rex does plow like a bear , i will take nothing away from the machine. It may just be my drive way ( I have no long runs, just a bunch of short ones)
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Just curiouse , maybe you need to check your shift linkage adjustment. I have'nt plowed with mine yet , but intend to. I'd really like to know if the plowing or loading the tranny has any effect normally .

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People seem to really like the Eagle plow we sell since they fixed the issues from last year.

As for the loading up and not changing gears I would think any vehicle might do that if you held it in a load, backing off should allow it to shift properly.



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