i know nothing about atv plows, but if you google Cycle Country ATV Plow, alot of stuff comes up, including the video below. Not sure if it’s the exact one you have. May help you figure out where things go, what might be missing, etc.
Scrambler has no front rack so that big manual lift thing you got in the first pics not gonna be much help for you.
can you put a winch on your Scrambler? Makes plow up/down easy.
if no winch the video seville009 posted shows the cycle country handle up/down system that they have that would work the best for you to get that for the up/down. have you tried to get your bottom plate mouted up?
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one of these would but I would think you might be able to make what you have work.
also scramber has just forward and Reverse or due you have a High/Low?
how deep of snow are you plowing and how often and how big of a area?
Scrambler was made for going fast and FUN not for doing alot of work.
If its your only ATV option its better than hand shoveling and if your just doing light snow loads you'd be okay. your not gonna tear into a 8" wet and heavy snow fall and plow out 10 different driveway's and sidewalks and have the scrambler hold up.
2wd or 4wd?
under body plow lift system you will need if not gonna use a winch
Used Cycle Country electric blade lift. Part number 10-0100. Needs a new cable, see pictures. The end of the cable is frayed and the cable is short, it looks like it snapped. I tested the electric blade lift motor and it works.
No heavy plowing I do have a snow blower if it s 4 or 5 inches of not wet stuff just to get it done fast. Its a 4x4 . If it's alot of wet then the blower would come out . I can weld a winch plate and winch on it fairly easily i have a 300 same frame that I mounted one on so that shouldn't be a issue the Joplin makes a mount just not sure if it fits the cycle country push tubes .