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im just sitting here at home getting another 14 inches of snow ,a week after the blizzard we just had thinking mabee I should buy a plow,,,,,so what kinds of plows are you guys running on your 900s ??? pictures would be great too
 
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I have a 72inch warn, I would recommend to anyone, well built heavy mounts and frame. I also have a moose 60 inch on a quad, that I would not recommend, it is lighter duty, bends easy, hasn't stood up.
 

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Love my Boss plow...18" of powder was no problem. This thing is a beast...no issues...highly recommened!
 

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Some guys have all the luck...
 
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Love my Boss V-Plow!!!!!!
 
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Another Eagle 72" here. Seems to be pretty sturdy for the money spent. Going on 3 seasons and she's taken some good hits.
 

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after looking around ,I decided to order from super atv ,,,,,nice set up 10 guage steel instead of 11 or 12 .good reviews 72 " blade with a lifetime warrenty and adjustable hight for lift kits,,,,they make good stuff anyway!!!
 

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I've have a KFI 72" straight blade. Have got to use it a few times now. Seems really well built as far as I can tell, but I'm very new to this. It came with the rubber flap, and the mount even includes a front receiver hitch, which is a nice bonus. All I've had to do was add the plow markers, which I just made out of some electrical conduit I had lying around. Since they are Grey, they even match the blade. Also, the skids were held on with Hair Pin Cotters, which got pushed out a couple times. Luckily I didn't loose the skid in a snow bank somewhere as I noticed it right away. I have since switched to Split Cotter Pins to secure the skids. I don't really think I'll need to adjust there height very often so I think this should work for me. Pics from a couple months ago, when I first got the plow, and before we had any snow.
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Like dadasaurus, I too have the 72" KFI setup. Very well built and the integrated front receiver hitch on the mount was a welcome surprise, must have figured they already got the frame mount may as well give the customer a hitch too, all in one...good to see a company actually using common sense.

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I would like to upgrade to a boss. I broke my winch cable this weekend and would like a power pivot.

The warn plow is solid, but a boss sure would be nice.


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I was born and raised in the land of 'Fisher' snowplows....owned 'Fisher' plows on pickup trucks over the years. Then from the land of Michigan comes 'Boss'....finally I put one on my pickup. The best plow I've ever owned. After two years, I had a light issue, went back to the Boss dealer, he got on the phone to Michigan, he hung up and said pull it right in, they want a new wiring harness installed, no cost to you...That IS customer service. Period. Easy on Easy off. I know I don't have a Boss on my Ranger. But I'd certainly recommend Boss to anyone.
 
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I've have a KFI 72" straight blade. Have got to use it a few times now. Seems really well built as far as I can tell, but I'm very new to this. It came with the rubber flap, and the mount even includes a front receiver hitch, which is a nice bonus. All I've had to do was add the plow markers, which I just made out of some electrical conduit I had lying around. Since they are Grey, they even match the blade. Also, the skids were held on with Hair Pin Cotters, which got pushed out a couple times. Luckily I didn't loose the skid in a snow bank somewhere as I noticed it right away. I have since switched to Split Cotter Pins to secure the skids. I don't really think I'll need to adjust there height very often so I think this should work for me. Pics from a couple months ago, when I first got the plow, and before we had any snow.
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nice ride:encouragement:
 

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I wouldn't even think twice about getting another one if I needed it. Give John a call at Ball Equipment and tell him you neeeeeed it:positive:
 

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I've got the KFI setup too in the 66" version. It's already proven to be stout as I've only plowed with it one day and centered a granite rock (part of a below ground boulder) which dinged the blade. Jared me pretty good, but everything is good. It also came with the 2" receiver on the mount.

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Motoallince Denali standard plow. Comes with good recommendations but I haven't tried it out yet.
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Got one too and love it. Have used it all winter and it works great.
 
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