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post #11 of 77 Old 09-26-2014, 08:57 PM
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You also need to show us the mount
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We intentionally do not make a front mount system. It doesn't take much longer to put on the mount underneath the machine and front mount systems carry the risk of smashing in the entire front end of your machine on accidental impact. We work with industry plow designers and that was their caution as well.

Just to clarify. Is it a mid mount system or a front (underside) mount system? Looking on the site it looks like the BigRed uses what I would call a front mount system.
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We do ship to Canada, but it's about $350 I think. That does include all taxes, fees, and brokerage charges....so nothing more at your door. We will eventually open up some distribution in Canada, but that might not be until next year.

Thanks for the props on the plows. We've put a ton of engineering and design work into them. Takes about 10 minutes to put on and take off the mount typically (at most.) I haven't seen this mount, but our other ones take up about 1.5" of clearance -- so not much.

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I'm curious to see exactly how it mounts on the Pioneer as well. I have a KFI winch mount and warn winch and wonder if that would inter fear with your plow mount.
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We can have pictures in a few weeks, but there will not be interference issues. UTV plows have to have winches, so they are all working together well.

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Also curious to see how it mounts, looking forward to seeing those pictures.
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No problem. It's a mid-mount towards the front.....but not a front mount. Our plow designers that have done this before recommended against that style for fear of destroying the front end on accidental impact. So we have the stability of the whole system.

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any pics of the mount yet ?
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Just to clarify. Is it a mid mount system or a front (underside) mount system? Looking on the site it looks like the BigRed uses what I would call a front mount system.
I would consider this to be a front mountas well. I had a Rhino with a Cycle Country plow that was a mid mount. The push tubes connected to the machine right underneath the seats.

Perhaps i have lingo wrong. Can anyone tell us the difference between a front mount, mid mount, and any other mount?

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Are these still on sale? the website doesnt show the same price
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