Depends what your using it for, I have Motoalliance Denali PRO 66". I would rate the Hardware and Craftsmanship for residential use as top notch. Only used mine one season and am very happy with the easy bolt on mounting plate. You can save a few bucks finding better deals on their eBay listings.
Just installed a new Moose plow,72", and it snowed(dumped) on us the very next day, It worked flawless. In hind sight, maybe I should have went for a 66" instead....they had the 72 in stock.
At any rate, if you are not pushing and lifting a dam shovel, and get to plow your entire neighborhood with your new machine....its a win/win.
My Moose plow is in, MHO, built very stout, center mount is the recommended mounting point, so I was told, for strength and less flimsy. I got it on sale for 850.00 plus taxes, Here in Canada thats an OK price, and a used unit complete is running around 7-850 anyway.Got it at Coopers in Edmonton, AB.
Now that it is on, I can see that I need to, for the time being, put in some spring spacers to try and alleviate the amount of front end sag when I lift it up off the ground, I swear it drops about 4".
With the cab enclosure, snow plow, now all I need is a fan for the W/S for when it gets really cold. >
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