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there just was a few posts here with people with the poly plow...they seemed happy..it just was a little lite in the weight..search poly blade it may come up
 

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Here is the link to the most recent poly plow thread: http://www.polarisatvforums.com/forums/atv-general-discussion/37369-wild-bill-s-glacier-2-plow-66-poly-blade.html

My neighbor elso has one on his 2009-2010 Sportsman 550 XP.... looks to do just as good of job as my Glacier 3 system, and is a little easier on the front suspension (springs).

But I have no first hand experiance with one..... other than stronly looking at one when I was looking for a plow system for my 2012 800. But didn't know how well it would hold up, so I chose the "known" metal plow system.
 

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I have the Glacier Pro with 66" poly blade. I have had it for this year only. I have run a Moose 60" and Cycle Country 48" in the past. The poly is lighter and tends to bounce a little more, but it is lighter for the machine (I have tracks and run the extended frame). I have a couple of spots in my driveway where I notice the bounce and just reduce my speed to a crawl and don't have any problems. I have not had to push back any snow and likely will use the 3pt hitch snowblower on my tractor to do that. During one storm (14") I did push some snow up over the previous banks...mostly because I could with the extra height and tracks.

I think the concerns should be more in the frames and mounts than poly or steel plow.

Mike
 
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