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deltaduk

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how strong is the rear receiver hitch?  I use a ground hog max disc to make till up my food plots.  if you have ever seen one work, they are pretty neat.  can make a food plot just about anywhere.  I had a pioneer for years.  I had to get the receiver really beefed up to use it.  it was a joke.  my defender's receiver looks alot more heavy duty. Have any of yall used any type of disc to make food plots with your can am?  here is a link on the disc I am talking about.  thanks

 

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I haven't pulled or owned a disc like that but looking at the video there isn't that much ground contact area so my guess is you should be fine with the stock hitch. There was a fellow on here that used to pull a trail groomer in the winter and he never mentioned the hitch but did put a lot of wear on other things like the belt and CVT.😉

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I used mine on a 2015 Ranger and bent the receiver as well as a 2004 Arctic Cat 500 ATV. The issue may have been due to uneven ground... I’d proceed with caution. 

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