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P500 Warn Plow Set-Up

Discussion in 'General Pioneer 500 Discussion' started by bms, Nov 7, 2019.

  1. bms

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    Hello,
    I am looking at the following plow set-up for my 2017 P500. I decided to go with a front mount set up so I don't lose any ground clearance. Here's the items:
    • Warn 893730 Mount
    • Warn 92100 Plow Base/Push Tube Assembly
    • Warn 78960 60" Plow Blade
    Not sure if anyone can answer these questions, but here we go:
    • Will this plow set up work with the Honda OEM front bumper installed?
    • Does the mount require drilling of the frame?
    • Does the blade include springs?
    I would appreciate any help or recommendations from anyone with knowledge of this set up.

    Thank you!
     
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    Hey bms, I have the Warn Plow and really like it.

    -yes, it mounts to the vertical bars behind skid plate and re-uses the lower bolt. you can leave it on, for any trail riding, as it is up out of the way also.
    -no drilling
    -blade comes with springs

    hope this helps.
     
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    Could you use it to push gravel?
     
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    Thanks for that info. Where did you purchase? RMATV has the kit, but it's $100 less on Amazon.
     
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    it's pretty stout set up. I've pushed gravel to level the driveway with no problem.
     
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    I purchased it all on amazon one piece at a time so it didn't drain the wallet to fast. lol!
     
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    Thanks - that's the kind of thing I've wanted to do but was unsure of how stout these were. I know the P500 has the guts for it
     
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    Can you provide the link to the kit on Amazon?
    Thanks
     
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    It’s not really kit on Amazon.
    Search:
    WARN 15-20 Honda PIONEER500 Front Plow Mount Kit

    Then on that page there’s a “buy all 3” option.
     
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    Ok, so I did that, and this is what I got:

    98960 Plow, 92100 base/push tube, and the Pioneer 15-20 mount.

    Sound right?
     
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    One last question...Will this set up work with the Honda OEM front bumper installed?
     
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    I don't have it but am looking into it seriously. Here is a picture that was posted in the mount's Amazon review. Looks like the front bumper can stay on.

    warn mount.PNG
     
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    The mount & base/push tube look correct, but my blade is 78960 (60")
     
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    Just spoke to Warn. They don't know if the Pioneer 15-20 mount will work with the front bumper installed. He recommended only buying the mount to see if it fits before getting the base/push tube assembly & the blade. He emailed me the installation instructions, which are also unclear as to the compatibility with the front bumper.
     
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    Warn suggested I order the mount first and be sure it will work with the bumper. Waiting for it to arrive...
     
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