|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|07-13-2016 09:39 PM|
|tailgater||Bought a cyclecountry snow plows and it was way cheaper and much decent looking compared with warns.|
|10-06-2015 04:56 PM|
|Kawasaki Bayou 300||
Originally Posted by dekeshooter View Post
I vote Warn. I have one and its great. No rust at all and I've had it for a while
|04-07-2015 01:32 AM|
|Wrider||Warn are usually easier to install and are more bolt-on than Cyclecountry in my experience. I've seen both work well in the Colorado high country though.|
|04-06-2015 09:44 PM|
|tailgater||I bought a warn atv plows from 4wheelonline. Its a straight bolt on application. I was actually aiming for Cyclecountry but they cost more.|
|09-12-2013 12:49 AM|
|KawiGreen750||I have a cyclecountry 60" plow that I used in Alaska during the extreme cold weather conditions and it worked like a champ.|
|11-06-2011 09:58 AM|
I personally have never seen Warn ATV snow plow kits have any problems, I have installed well over 200 of these kits while I worked in the dealerships and never had one come back or heard of anyone having issues. I live in North Dakota and the last few years we have had crazy amounts more snow then usual and everyone I know who use "Warn", have no issue at all.
Some of these guys use Warn ATV snow plow kits for their snow removal business during the winter months.
|11-06-2011 12:15 AM|
industrially, i have seen warn shit blow apart on a regular basis. on less arduous tasks, i have never seen one fail. can't say i know much on cyclecountry stuff.
|10-20-2011 07:00 PM|
Snow plow question
I am looking at plows for a '95 Bayou 400. Any opinions on Warn vs. Cyclecountry.