No I have not. I’m with Kobuk on mine all turn like a “freight train”. I actually purchased a steering drag link to see if I could move the pivot points out to add turning steerage.
I sure like what you did! Nonetheless, I'm waitng for BRP parts to see what there version look like. We will be using the machine for trail work over the weekend.
I just ordered two of these 8 gallon Rubbermaid action packers.I also added a pad to the bed as well as the lower storage area. BTW, the small 8 gallon Rubbermaid action packer fits nice in that lower storage area. I am curious about the tailgate support. Do yo run around with your gate open? Or is it for when you open your gate and have a level bench? I'm wondering if I could pull out my plastic divider without the gate dropping all the way down?
Yes but its rigid so the tailgate can no longer be opened and shut. Seems I just wasted $80.
I didn't. I didn't even trim the part that rubs against the plow mounting bracket. It barely interfered, so I just left it as is.You guys running plows, or in the snow. Did you remove the front plastic skid plate installed by BRP? I got the plow and looked at how the plow push mount goes onto the frame. Seems with the skid plate off, might allow better air flow and water drainage as it melts off and a closer fit to the frame..
New plow. View attachment 108540 View attachment 108541
I watched some Yturd videos and seems everyone's attachment plate goes in the same location, like at or slightly behind the A frame mounts. I went on to do other things but I will later drop that plastic skid plate and contemplate leaving it off. Thanks!!!I didn't. I didn't even trim the part that rubs against the plow mounting bracket. It barely interfered, so I just left it as is.
You probably know this already but installation is a giant PITA. Trying to get blind nuts onto bolts underneath the machine about had me red faced angry. Took about 4 to 5 hours to complete the job. In hind sight it would have been good money to have the dealer do the install. Of course I would wage money they would just conveniently forget or skip some of the more difficult bolt installs. It is really well engineered for strength, so some bolts could probably be left off and you'd never know.
I just look again at the picture of your new plow. Forget what I wrote above. Looks like yours is not a center frame mount plow.