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    It's time to add a sno-blade.......

    I intend to purchase one for only occasional use here in Indiana,so an 'official' JD brand or JD endorsed unit won't be considered-there are several good/very good quality after-market blades(such as the Swisher blade for my Yamaha ATV) to investigate.The vehicle is the 625i that I installed the excellent DFK cab onto earlier this year.
    So,anyone that is using/has used an after-market blade with either good or bad experiences please share them.(personal experiences only,no theories/opinions please,I've got plenty of those myself(lol))


    SAM in IN
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    I have a cycle country blade for my yamaha rhino 660. Not sure if that is a yamaha product or not. Anyhow, it has a 1/4" mounting plate that is bolted to the frame that doubles as a skid plate. The blade uses the winch for lift and lower functions. The biggest limitation (imo) is the lift height and that you can run out of traction.
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    Yamaha Rhino 700, Yamaha Rhino 660,
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