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Looking for information regarding the installation of a Cycle country snow blade. I recently purchased from a kawasaki dealer a snow blade with installation. Once installed they delivered it to the farm but it has no clearance under the push tubes... they will drag on the driveway with the plow raised. I understand that plows typically need a low pushing point but this is not good... I can't even take it off road with it on. The dealer is not helping at this point, looking for alternatives!

I did also purchase the Heavy Duty front coil springs they suggest... no help, in fact they are actually shorter than the stock springs! Go figure...

Any information would be appreciated!
 

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Thank You...

There seems to be much more clearance with the Kawasaki OEM plow. It is expensive, but worth it!

Thanks again!
 

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i have a curtis plow on my mule and have plenty of clearance. is there any slack in the chain when the plow is dropped or is your plow winch operated?
 

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the heavy duty springs may be shorter but r much stronger. my mule would drop about 4 inches with the stock springs but only drops about 2 and a half inches with the heavy duty springs, when raising the plow. plus you should run the heavy duty springs if you get a hard enclosure.
 
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