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Munt was tricky, after some back n forth with seller, turns out they just use the HO bracket that happens to fit. The battery holder will NOT re-attach like instructions say. Must bungee it. Bolt pattern slightly different than what instructions show, too. All in all, 1+ hours to install mount... 45 mins to attach blade to push frame.

Heavy as heck. 160LBS total weight with push frame, blade and mount. Front-end dips 2". Blade has lots of weight on it.. wont be skipping anytime soon.

Very very very sturdy.

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I have the original click n go. Took about 20 minutes to install the mount. About 5 minutes to assemble the push bar and blade. Mine is a 60"

I've had mine for 3 winters. Paid $400 CDN new when the click n go 2 came out. Scored a deal !
 

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I have the original click n go. Took about 20 minutes to install the mount. About 5 minutes to assemble the push bar and blade. Mine is a 60"

I've had mine for 3 winters. Paid $400 CDN new when the click n go 2 came out. Scored a deal !
Can you post a pic of the mount for your click and go 1? I couldn't find instructions on the Kimpex site. I bought a one season old click and go one with the mounting bracket off an Arctic Cat for $120 CAD in the summer. I bastardized the mount to make it work but I'd like to compare my install to how it should be.
 

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I have the original click n go. Took about 20 minutes to install the mount. About 5 minutes to assemble the push bar and blade. Mine is a 60"

I've had mine for 3 winters. Paid $400 CDN new when the click n go 2 came out. Scored a deal !
Can you post a pic of the mount for your click and go 1? I couldn't find instructions on the Kimpex site. I bought a one season old click and go one with the mounting bracket off an Arctic Cat for $120 CAD in the summer. I bastardized the mount to make it work but I'd like to compare my install to how it should be.


It bolts thru the frame and skid plate. It has little spacers on the back to make it sit level against the uneven skid plate.

You will probably have to cut a hole for the oil filter too. Since the AC plate won't have a hole.
 

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Rexbass24: Can you post a Picture of the Mount installed. Im trying to install a clickngo2 on my 570 6x6 sportman. I have the click-n-go2-mounting-bracket-373951 but i cant fint any logical Places to fasten it to the frame.

Thanks for any help:)
best shot I could get when installing it. You need to lift battery to make room for it. The instructions for the mount are made for the 500ho, but it will still follow along quite similarly.

Left is front, right is rear of bike

 

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Rexbass24: Can you post a Picture of the Mount installed. Im trying to install a clickngo2 on my 570 6x6 sportman. I have the click-n-go2-mounting-bracket-373951 but i cant fint any logical Places to fasten it to the frame.

Thanks for any help:)
Looking at your kit, I wonder if you actually have the wrong one. The 570s are square tube, that mounting kit of yours looks like its made for both square and round and looks different than mine. You should still be able to attach it, though, but you wont have the protection of the little tab for the proper mount that stops your mount from being able to move forward and back, as well as the bolt that goes through your skidplate for further protection with the proper mount

Looking further, your atv is not listed for this bracket. what you need is the following one if you want proper fit if you cant get yours to work:

https://www.denniskirk.com/kimpex/click-n-go2-mount-bracket-373987.p518601.prd/518601.sku

Even then, gotta be sure the framing up front under battery is same in 4x4 and 6x6
 
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