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Grizzly 700

Discussion in 'ATV / UTV Snow Removal' started by Sal150, Jan 11, 2009.

  1. Sal150

    Sal150 Junior Member
    Messages: 5

    Whats up guys, i hate to say it but, im the new guy and i have a couple questions. I have a yamaha buin 350 4x4 with a warn setup ( actuator,plow etc). that i have been using for 3 years and i think its time i step up work horse.

    I have 22 local driveway accounts and i was thinking about bumping up to a 700 grizzly...nowww i want a good plow. Not this cheap, slow, warn electric actuated plow.

    Im looking for a durable well built plow with power angle. i heard alot of negative with the blackline but i was looking for something like that

    Any help is good
    Thanks Alot
    -Sal
     
  2. skywagon

    skywagon Senior Member
    Messages: 262

    I run 3 moose plows, 2 with power angle and after 5 seasons not a hiccup, also have one on my 4200 John Deere without power angle, for price and durability you cannot beat a Moose. they have the new all hydraulic v-plow for the Moose that I may put on the rhino for next season.:D:D:D
     
  3. Sal150

    Sal150 Junior Member
    Messages: 5


    Thanks alot for responding, i saw alot of people running moose plows. So where did you get the plow and the power angle because im gonna pick up the bike tomorrow hopefully.

    thanks again
    -Sal
     
  4. skywagon

    skywagon Senior Member
    Messages: 262

    Any Honda dealer sells Moose, but for the good deals go to E-Bay

    The cylinder for the power angles cost around $409 but I found mine new on e-bay $150

    http://www.onlyatv.com/eagle-plow-accessories.php
     
  5. FOX-SNO-REMOVAL

    FOX-SNO-REMOVAL Senior Member
    Messages: 113

    Moose plow for sure wouldn't even think about anything else!!!
     
  6. Sal150

    Sal150 Junior Member
    Messages: 5

    Ok i got the place to get the plow im gonna go wth a moose 60 and the power angle on the website your saying works well cause i cant find it any where else.

    Thanks alot for your help

     
  7. sublime68charge

    sublime68charge PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,070

    I'll 2nd Sky's proposal, Moose with the Power Angle.

    I run this system on my Foreman and its been pretty nice to have.
     
  8. skywagon

    skywagon Senior Member
    Messages: 262


    Hey Lime! get ready snow comming, starting to snow rite now then super cold lol!!!:D:D:D
     
  9. sublime68charge

    sublime68charge PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,070

    Yep I know,
    suppose to get 3" during the day today and then 2" over night and then be really really cold.

    went to work early so I can leave at 3pm and plow and then thinking I'm gonna work on putting my Cab back on the ATV and making it More user friendly for Plowing Snow.

    I want to make it so it Hinges on the Back Mounting Bar and then I don't have to mess with the side doors at all, Just lift the Front Bar off of the Rack and it will hinge towards the Back of the ATV and then get in sit down on seat pull the canopy back over my head and bungee cord the front of the Cab to the front rack and away I go.

    gonna be tonights progject so that I am ready for the cold and snow plowing.

    we all can''t have super fancy stuff, "Rino's with cabs and JD Tractor's with Blower's"
    and be able to plow snow in t-shirts.
    though I glad for what I due have it sure does beat the snot out of the shovel's and snow blowers that I had as a kid.

    thanks again Sublime out.

    Ps. How due you like your side shields on the blades?
     
  10. skywagon

    skywagon Senior Member
    Messages: 262

    Ya Ihear that about the doors as I love the car door type on the Rhino and John Deere but the roll up ones on the Rancher suck lol! I just have one end peice on the blades but thinking this summer may put both on one unit and try, should be good if a person wants to scoop but I alwyas have used the John Deere bucket for scooping in the past.:D:D