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Defender XMR snow plow


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Any suggestions for a snow plow for my Defender XMR?

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I found a nice used 72" Moose snow plow on Craigslist for cheap money. I then ordered a KFI mounting plate from Amazon for $18 and welded tabs that fit the Moose push arms. My total investment is less than $300.

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I've always had good luck with clink n go 2 plows

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We've been looking at getting one of these to use for doing driveways with our snow removal business.  How well does the winch hold up using it regularly for this?

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Very well especially with the xmr bumper 

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Look no farther than the Can Am Super Duty Plow.  It’s the only one they make that isn’t really a “driveway toy”.  You can actually use it, and use it hard on multiple surfaces.   Mine has a 72” blade, Hydraulic angling, winch lift (I use a SuperWinch 4000 + a fairlead upgrade) and easy cab joystick control.  Parts at your dealership, or on-line.  I run Can Am chains on the rear tires as well.  About $1800 installed.  Get a light bar if you’re running at night, and if you don’t have wiper/defroster, that’s also a good idea.  Good luck.  - Mark

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