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Pioneer Plow Options

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Pioneer Plow Options

Postby Gwishy » Thu Oct 10, 2013 9:57 am

I pick up my Pioneer-2 next week. I recently sold my 2006 Rubicon and kept the Moose 60" County Plow and mounting frame (mid mount). Is it feasible to retrofit the existing "Rubicon" frame to the Pioneer with a little welding/drilling? I'm not sure with the new wheelbase if the push tubes will be long enough. I know I can wait until I get it in the garage to size it up but any thoughts? Thanks...
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Re: Pioneer Plow Options

Postby Hondasxs » Thu Oct 10, 2013 1:42 pm

Being feasible would come down to how much fab capabilities and knowledge you have. If you ask me, Yes it can be done, but not without the fab work to extend the push tubes or just mount them closer to the front. The frame the Pioneer is twice as big as the Rubicon. I have pictures of the under plate here-->http://hondasxs.com/gallery/album.php?album_id=22

If you are looking for a easy, bolt on kit... then no.
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Re: Pioneer Plow Options

Postby Gwishy » Thu Oct 10, 2013 2:05 pm

Thanks for the link... I crawled around a P-4 a couple weeks ago but your pics shed some details on a few of my other questions too. I've had the new model remorse on occasion but then I wake up and remember, It's a Honda!! Thanks
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