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Well I know for sure you won't regret buying our DENALI plow systems. We are tracking towards several thousands units sold this year and that is primarily because of the price and durability. We don't have to mark them up for distribution chains, but come right to you.

That said, the engineering for this mount was done by a partner company of ours that happened to have a Viking in their facility. I won't say who so as to not throw them under the bus. Beyond the couple of guys on this forum, we really haven't had any issues, but we will evaluate the mounts right away to see if we can put in some simple design changes. So send me any suggestions or what you've done via PM if you like. Would love to hear.

But, again, we don't have regular problems at all and we will absolutely stand behind them with pride because we know how much we focus on quality.

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My denali plow works great. I was plowing our street last winter (at about 15mph) and hit a high spot in the road. Darn near threw me through the windshield but didnt hurt the plow or the mount. It did dent the wear bar a little but a BFH took care of that real quick. I even used it to push 5 tons of gravel around up at my cabin and it worked great!! The only negative i have is the mount design. I wish the holes were the plow hooks up were higher, that way the mount could be left on all winter without worry. I still trail ride in the winter and have to take the mount off every time i go riding

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Well I know for sure you won't regret buying our DENALI plow systems. We are tracking towards several thousands units sold this year and that is primarily because of the price and durability. We don't have to mark them up for distribution chains, but come right to you.

That said, the engineering for this mount was done by a partner company of ours that happened to have a Viking in their facility. I won't say who so as to not throw them under the bus. Beyond the couple of guys on this forum, we really haven't had any issues, but we will evaluate the mounts right away to see if we can put in some simple design changes. So send me any suggestions or what you've done via PM if you like. Would love to hear.

But, again, we don't have regular problems at all and we will absolutely stand behind them with pride because we know how much we focus on quality.

Thanks for the support!

Good to know, was hoping it was a fluke. Everyone I talked to was very friendly and handled the issue very quickly


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Truck is sweet. What kind of truck is that? Is it a Willys?
It's my dad's Ford Model A pickup. MY1929 I think?

I don't yet have an antique/classic toy yet.. But I'd looove an old Jeep FC. If I can get over the fear of having my legs crushed in the event of a fender bender!
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I have a Denali standard plow as well. It worked great last year with no issues. I think the early models had the winch attachment point in a poor place, but I believe they have since moved the attachment point. It stood up very well to the snow and gravel. My blade hardly has any scratches on it....good powder coating I'm guessing. I've got a video up on youtube, so you can see I get a lot of snow. I had a Quadrax plow on my 700 Grizzly and it worked well. I find the quality of the build on my Denali better and stronger. Don't fear the plow!
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Thanks b767 , I am eager to use it but i am looking at mount just to make sure it is secure. I dont have any worries as motoalliance has a strong support
for the customers that purchase there products.As with some things there always is a few that will have issues and i appreciate the responses as it gives me
something to look out for and possibly prevent.

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I had to replace the plow mount as well. I may have to reinforce the new one. We worked the plow but no harder than my last system. The blade was great though!
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