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Dennis

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  1. Ooops.....OK. Guess I didn't appreciate the size of his machine Thanks
  2. I have a 07 Foreman 500. Put the WARN 60" plow with their attachment equipment. Does well. I plow my driveway and pad. 8" not too unusual. They have a friendly website to order.
  3. These are what mine are like. I am pretty sure this is the blade kit they have now.. Also in the Q&As, they say: Q.Is this the blade kit for the DR Field and Brush Mower Pro Max 52T? Can I order extra bolts and nuts? Will the heavy duty blade kit also fit/ work on my Pro Max 52T? A.Thank you for your question. This blade kit is for the TB1 models of Tow Behind Field and Brush Mower. It would not work with our current models of Tow Behind Field and Brush Mowers. https://www.drpower.com/Power-Equipment/Field-%26-Brush-Mowers/Accessories/Tow-Behind-Field-%26-Brush-Mowers-Accessories/Tow-Behind-Field-%26-Brush-Mower-Blades/Blade-Kit/p/000000000000228981 My Parts Catalog doesn't have a kit, just single blades, and that blade p/n is 221211, qty 2 They don't make my style anymore, they've gone to the Swisher style.
  4. Yeah! But this seems to have more of a lift wing. Is that a Swisher part? What model?
  5. No! Just a single bar, two swinging blades on each end. I like that Swisher design! Much better it would appear anyway.
  6. No, just standard blades. Because they pivot between the drive and the end of the blade, to swing free of a heavy obstacle, I suspect that is why they don't want too much lift. Hope that makes sense.
  7. Interesting. I have a DR tow behind. Its configuration is much like your Swisher. It cuts anything, a beast too, but the ATV and mower wheels lay the grass down, and the mower doesn't have "lift". Result is going over it at least twice, and/or in the opposite direction. Looks like DR no longer makes this configuration, as your and mine were made. Does the Swisher have lift to the knocked down grass?
  8. Dennis

    Plow talk

    I've only owned one plow for my '07 Foreman. It is a WARN, bought '08, it has taken abuse and still good. Just sayin Also just looked at the Denali lineup, toodeep, and it looks ruggedly built at good pricing
  9. Dennis

    Plow talk

    OK thanks. My whole box lifts off when not needed or to remove the seat. Made a "friction fit" on the rear rack to hold in place.
  10. Dennis

    Plow talk

    Nice. Mine is just a straight plow, I have to angle it both ways, to left, to right.....or straight I like your utility box, much better than the one I built. What are the two tubes, left side of your box for? I have slots cut in mine for my string trimmer and brush cutter
  11. Dennis

    Plow talk

    I have a WARN 54 inch plow on my 07 Foreman 500, works great for snow. Snow can get too heavy with buildup, but usually melts before too much buildup. Have plowed 10 years, replaced the shoes a while back and wear bar this year. Usually not a lot of snow here, no ice chunks like toodeep's
  12. Dennis

    Newbe

    Just found you and joined up. 2007 Foreman used around the property. Pull a tow-behind DR mower, utility trailer, and plow snow with it. Never had a problem with it, still running the original battery and tires. Live in Bremerton/Seabeck, WA.
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