I remember a thread where someone used a plastic pipe over the scraper edge but not a nylon one. I tried to make that work, but none of the pipe I used lasted through one snowfall without breaking or sliding off. I wanted to go easier on the grass that I plow to get to my workshop. I tried all manner of PVC, CPVC and so on. If you have a hard surface driveway, I would think Nylon would wear out much faster. My drive is gravel so I just move the rocks into the yard or ditch.
I've had the FallLine scraper edge for 4 winters now, had to flip it over last winter. It's not going to clear the snow down to concrete like a metal edge, but it doesn't scratch the drive or make any noise while plowing. I'll definitely be buying again when this one wears out. Pic is when it was brand new, just installed
Hey folks I'm new around here my name is Tim,
Just picked up a 2019 Polaris sportsman 570 touring..
I am looking into a truck box for it.. as you know the touring is a real two-seater,
I have seen on the market kimpex nomad
Makes are gorgeous storage box with a gas can holder built-in.
Now that winter is here, my bike will not see as much as action. It sits outside under a canopy, covered with a weather-resistent cover so its reasonably shielded from the elements. Temps go down into the upper teens. Should I be concerned with fuel stabilizer?
If so, what do you guys...
Wanting to do a few mods to my machine. I have a 2012 Polaris 850 XP. One of the things I was looking at are the cube LED pods for a headlight replacement. I have a couple of questions regarding this topic.
1. Where can I find a LED headlight pod adapter kit? All of the online...
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