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Which plow to buy for ATV?

Discussion in 'ATV / UTV Snow Removal' started by metalmaker02, Jul 26, 2015.

  1. metalmaker02

    metalmaker02 Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    I am new to the snow business. Have done commercial mowing for last 10 years and have been able to pick up several snow accounts due to that. I have a blade for my truck but and looking at a blade for my 2003 Honda 350 Rancher ES to do walks and areas the truck can't do. I have looked at a 54" Warn Provantage blade with a mid mount, winch, and powered blade angle for about $1100. Have looked at a 60" Eagle blade with a front mount, winch, and manual blade angle for $700 and have looked at a 50" Meyer Path pro with a mid mount, winch, and manual blade angle for $1100.
    The Meyer blade seems to be the best built plus have a local dealer. I like the Warn blade having the power angle but the center mount looks a little light to me. The Eagle blade seems to be built pretty well but am concerned if the front mount is strong enough.
    Looking for some insight and advice before I lay down the $$$.
  2. red07gsxr

    red07gsxr Senior Member
    from meriden
    Messages: 256

    I have a 50inch warn provantage front mount on my 2013 kingquad 750, plows snow very well. I paid 375 for the entire setup
  3. sublime68charge

    sublime68charge PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,090

    Due you want power angle from the seat or can you live without it?

    Power angle means $$$$

    Answer that then can tell you which plow would be better
  4. Mike_

    Mike_ Senior Member
    Messages: 132

    I've had an Eagle plow for about 4-5 years now and haven't had any problems with it. Here's a pic of the front mounting plate, it's pretty heavy steel. I was lucky enough to get a free 12 volt actuator and made my own power angle which has worked really well the past 2 years.

    2015-09-03 16.21.13.jpg

    2015-09-03 16.21.13.jpg
  5. SnowGuy73

    SnowGuy73 PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 24,870

    I always used Cycle Country and have been happy.