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Fenceguy1984

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Hey everyone, loving my new P500 so far. Looking to do the driveway snow this winter. Have about a 1200ft long dirt drive. So far I'm looking at the KFI , superATV and warn plows. Anyone have experience with them? I like that the super ATV and warn do not require drilling but overall the KFI seems best. SuperATV plow is really short (height wise not width) I'm looking for something around 50-60 inches wide.

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I put together a Warn provantage 66” system. No drilling needed, uses the OEM Honda/Warn mounting plate and push tube. I bought the 66” provantage blade off EBay for $200. I then also installed a bucket kit on it for another $235. Very nice setup in my opinion.9c5f83b166675bac72885bf1e3679e6f.jpg8da235fbbe7e628ea49b5c6ec6e0282c.jpg


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We can get alot of snow at times. I live in the secondary snow belt (lake effect snow)
Yeah...I'm from Utah..
I know about...Lake Effect...
It's pretty...for the Holidays
...but I dont...miss it
 

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Dude...you guys gets some..SNOW
...to me it's nice to look at...
sucks to deal with..lol
I was thinking the exact same thing when I saw @Chooglin pic!!! I was thinking I would like to be able to play in the snow like that..but then I thought about all the work that comes with it! We get one snowflake here and all the schools shut down and grocery stores are emptied out!!! LOL
 

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I was thinking the exact same thing when I saw @Chooglin pic!!! I was thinking I would like to be able to play in the snow like that..but then I thought about all the work that comes with it! We get one snowflake here and all the schools shut down and grocery stores are emptied out!!! LOL
Yeah...same here..
we get a inch or two...
once in awhile. ..it will dump
...I'm 50 miles from Durango, Co
the storms usally..stay...over there
 
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Hey everyone, loving my new P500 so far. Looking to do the driveway snow this winter. Have about a 1200ft long dirt drive. So far I'm looking at the KFI , superATV and warn plows. Anyone have experience with them? I like that the super ATV and warn do not require drilling but overall the KFI seems best. SuperATV plow is really short (height wise not width) I'm looking for something around 50-60 inches wide.

Any tips? Thanks!
I went all KFI, 66", winch too stealth 3500 synthetic. Is was about a grand for everything but works great.
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Hey everyone, loving my new P500 so far. Looking to do the driveway snow this winter. Have about a 1200ft long dirt drive. So far I'm looking at the KFI , superATV and warn plows. Anyone have experience with them? I like that the super ATV and warn do not require drilling but overall the KFI seems best. SuperATV plow is really short (height wise not width) I'm looking for something around 50-60 inches wide.

Any tips? Thanks!
Move south like I did, then you won't need a plow LOL.
 

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I was thinking the exact same thing when I saw @Chooglin pic!!! I was thinking I would like to be able to play in the snow like that..but then I thought about all the work that comes with it! We get one snowflake here and all the schools shut down and grocery stores are emptied out!!! LOL
Right @R-Lamm Been here in AL for a couple years now and I'm still waiting for the first 1/4" snowfall to experience the mass hysteria of the south :eek: where everything shuts down and there's a run on the grocery stores, because who knows how long this will last. :rolleyes:
 
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Right @R-Lamm Been here in AL for a couple years now and I'm still waiting for the first 1/4" snowfall to experience the mass hysteria of the south :eek: where everything shuts down and there's a run on the grocery stores, because who knows how long this will last. :rolleyes:
That is funny @ohanacreek The sad thing is it accurate to a T here in SC! I have pics of the whole bread/milk aisle EMPTIED because because people freak out...and literally lucky if we get a dusting!!! :rolleyes: Then we get it and I go to work or something...EVERYONE is still out and playing in it with their jacked up 4x4's like they are drudging through the untamed Alaskan frontier! :confused::D
 

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That is funny @ohanacreek The sad thing is it accurate to a T here in SC! I have pics of the whole bread/milk aisle EMPTIED because because people freak out...and literally lucky if we get a dusting!!! :rolleyes: Then we get it and I go to work or something...EVERYONE is still out and playing in it with their jacked up 4x4's like they are drudging through the untamed Alaskan frontier! :confused::D
About all those mallcrawlers see.
 
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That instragram clip is So true @ohanacreek , schools close on forecast of flurries here in NW GA. Thanks for posting.
Recommend the reverse lever adjustment, one of the many good things I learned on this forum.
 
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That instragram clip is So true @ohanacreek , schools close on forecast of flurries here in NW GA. Thanks for posting.
Recommend the reverse lever adjustment, one of the many good things I learned on this forum.
Spann is hilarious he doesn't take crap for his forecasts. He has said on the air "I could care less about whatever game or show you're missing this is a Tornado warning in our broadcast area"

Around here we tend to just end up with icy roads if it snows and the conditions are right. Which they almost always are when its going to snow. Ground is warm until the cold snow hits it and melts but they don't dry off and then overnight the roads ice since theirs no traffic and we don't salt our roads nor have the capability to.

People are still stupid and buy all the bread and milk if theres mention of flurries, if I were a grocery store I WOULD order extra before a flurry forecast.
 
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KFI, blade, mount, winch mount with 3500 lbs superwinch. Think it’s a 66” width, very durable, it’s not a toy, ploughs snow way better than I thought it would, works awesome. If using a lot you’ll need a duel battery set up and get synthetic winch line.

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I run a 66" blade and personally wouldnt want any less. Had a 60 on my atv and went up to 66 with the sxs. 60 will work but if you run aftermarket wheels and tires or spacers it leaves you very little room on the sides when using blade at full angle before you drive over uncleared path.. 60" blade clears about 53" wide at full tilt. But plenty of people run 60 or even the 54 that honda sells. Its all in what you feel you'll need. Lile i said, i wouldnt want any less than 66 on a sxs.
 

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I just installed the KFI 66" plow kit on mine today. I installed a 'doubler' on the winch cable to reduce amp draw. Took me about 2hrs to assemble and install. We don't have snow yet, but the literature says you can push gravel or dirt with it too. I thought that might be a bit of a stretch- we could never push gravel or dig with our truck plows- they would just 'trip' . As chance would have it, my driveway needed to be graded- I was at the rental place pricing a Bobcat rental about a week ago... so just for the hell of it, I tried the plow on the driveway. Worked like a champ! Seriously! It even worked with the blade angled! It only tripped one time when I caught a tree root. I'm very impressed with the P-5, and the snow plow. Can't wait for snow, I live on a private road that is up to the home owners to maintain, so I'll be plowing the whole works- about 1/8 mile, plus driveways.
 
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