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I’m due to pick up my 2021 Pro4x tomorrow. On that note I’ve done a search about plows and the posts are rather old. Looking to see if anyone has one on a 2021 Pro4x and what brand it is. Not looking for commercial use just for 75’ country driveway. Thanks in advance!
 

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In case anyone else is looking, I made some phone calls today. The only dealer I could get a straight answer from was Western. Although the match feature on their website isn’t updated he contacted a tech at the mothership and was advised that the Defender is the only plow in their line that is approved. It’s a direct carry over from 2020 with no issues. Hope this helps someone else!
 

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its good you came back and updated. that will for sure help someone because every once in a while, plows come up
 

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its good you came back and updated. that will for sure help someone because every once in a while, plows come up
I'm replying just because it's funny to me to see the only replies from people in a state that mostly doesn't need any plowing, although this past winter might've been an ideal time for one. lol
 

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I'm using a snowsport plow on my '19 Titan.


It works fine for what it is and sounds like a 75 foot drive would be fine. It mounts to a front receiver hitch, and goes on and off in literally 5 minutes. The biggest issue I had was finding a front hitch. It's clearly not a conventional plow, and certainly isn't for everybody, but it's exactly what I needed.
 

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Not sure I'd throw a plow on a brand new truck.

I would just buy an old beater truck for ~1000 and use it as a plow truck.
 

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I'm using a snowsport plow on my '19 Titan.


It works fine for what it is and sounds like a 75 foot drive would be fine. It mounts to a front receiver hitch, and goes on and off in literally 5 minutes. The biggest issue I had was finding a front hitch. It's clearly not a conventional plow, and certainly isn't for everybody, but it's exactly what I needed.
What did that snowpsort plow cost?

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