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Bobcat'nSTL
01-06-2013, 02:19 AM
So I have been looking for a plow for our rtv 900 for a while and I came across this on craigslist it is 6ft wide so I figured it would work perfect for it so I went and looked at it tonight and it is in great shape so I went ahead and bought it. Now the question is how to mount it. I am thinking about making the mount so it slips in the 1inch receiver on the front of the rtv but doing that has me worried if my plan of using a winch to lift it would work since there wont be much of an angle from the winch to the plow A frame. I figured I would see if anyone had any other ideas? and I don't know what brand plow it is so if anyone can help with that it would be appreciated too. Thanks, Nick

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ecurbthims
01-06-2013, 03:07 PM
I dont think the 1"receiver is a good idea ,a 6 foot blade full of snow will stress the heck out of that .Have you looked at a factory plow for your machine to see how they are installed ? Just looking at the construction and hook-up features of your plow,it looks like a myers to me but who really knows .

CountryCare
01-06-2013, 06:51 PM
https://motoalliance.com/Site.Store.do?action=gotoProductDetails&id=45

looks like that would work for you nicely, just need the two hitch pins.

curtisfarmer
01-09-2013, 10:20 AM
I will sell you mine for $1,500. Used 6X, it came with my RTV 1100 and I already have plows for my tractors so I wont use it. I think your setup may work, seems a little forward for an RTV. You will want the heavy duty shocks too. Good luck!:weightlifter: