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Collision Damages Super Duty Plow Frame


Mark in Colorado

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Yeeeeaaaaahhhh..., well, that man hole cover about jarred my spine loose (and startled me big time) but also destroyed my Can Am Super Duty Plow frame adaptor.  Thankfully it is sacrificial, saving both the plow and the Defender itself.  $149 and 4 bolts later:

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It is great info, and good news that you didn't bend the front frame itself?🙂

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Yes, Andystoy19 - I was very concerned that I’d caused frame damage.  However, when I offered-up the new (unbent, un-cracked) plate, the holes lined-up perfectly.  Talk about a sigh of relief.  The unit did its job: 3 of the 4 bolts sheared, and the plate crumpled.  I’ll be more careful in early season plowing.  It was a water main access hole with a steel rim sticking up a few mm from the worn asphalt, hidden just under a few inches of snow.  

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