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Whatcha got, and what would you reccomend and/or do different the next time?

Looking at a 48 inch Warn Cyclone with Power Pivot for my Rancher ES.

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I have a Cycle Country 52" I think with power angle and manual lift. If you can, go for the electric lift. Plow is great on my Foreman 500 and the power angle really helps out.

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Whatcha got, and what would you reccomend and/or do different the next time?

Looking at a 48 inch Warn Cyclone with Power Pivot for my Rancher ES.
I went with the 54" Warn plow blade.
The only reason why I didn't go with the cyclone blade was that you can only angle the plow in one direction and I needed the angle in both directions but as far as the warn product you can't go wrong! I 've been very happy with mine.

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Moose products have worked real well for my buddy who commercial plows sidewalks with them, winch lift, but power angle I have no experience with :shrug
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I have a 60" Glacier 2 on my 08 Polaris Sportsman 800. Its amazing how good a quad plows snow!

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