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Looking around online I found the market for snow plow setups pretty limited. I called a local dealer here in Minnesota that I as well as many others on here and Aurora wheelers.com/ can-amforum.com have had success with running their Viper winch setup.

Motoalliance hadn't had a chance to design a mount for a plow on a Maverick yet and generously offered a great savings if I brought my machine to them to fabricate a mount. Couple weeks later I left with a winch installed(they offered to install for free) a new plow Mount and a 72" plow.

Peter the CEO of the company kept tabs on the machine and kept me updated throughout the process via email and phone calls. Scott, their lead developer walked me through the mount design and development when I came to pick the Maverick up. Kudo's to Motoalliance for great customer service and helping me with a plow mount.

Here's the pics of the mount and plow setup. I opted for manual turning although they offer a nice hydro-turn setup. Very solid mount. Only drilling that needed to be done was on the front plastic skid for a u bolt. Other than that all bolt on. I took the mount off and inspected everything just to see how it was mounted and they did a great job on fit and finish. Keep an eye on their website, hopefully they get these into production for the masses soon.




 

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does anything hang down when you disconnect the plow?

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If you look in the last picture the only thing that hangs down is the two tabs per side for the winch arms to mount to. If need be the whole mount can be taken off in about 10 minutes. Its all of 10 bolts.
 
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