Be advised that this plow does actually work as you see in our videos but some of us do not pay attention to directions and/or we do it our own way. Here are common reasons why the plow does not work as aggressively as you expect. For more information see our Troubleshooting section under Owners.
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#1 Reason – The plow is installed backwards – the chevron (arrowhead) point of the disc assembly should point away from the back of the machine.
#2 Reason- Installed on a hitch that allows the plow to lean backwards instead of the plow standing up straight.
#3 Reason- Instead of backing up on a 4" ramp/block to get the rear wheels up (this is a good rule of thumb), your buddies pick up the back of the machine while you hook the plow up. NOTE: All this does is stretch out your suspension and shocks and does not get proper weight on the plow.
Action: Back up on 4" ramp/block, let it down until it almost touches the ground, re-pin, then back off block.
#4 Reason - You installed the plow horizontally instead of vertically.