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UTV Push Tube For Tires

Price: $255.95
Item Number: 2805
Manufacturer Part No: 2805
When you want to move snow with your UTV and want the ease of a front mount install, the Eagle UTV Plow System is for you. It resembles the characteristics of the Eagle Gen. II Plow System but is designed for mounting to UTVs. This system is composed of a Model Specific Mount, UTV Push Tube, Eagle Swivel System and an Eagle Plow Blade. Blade lifting can only be done with a winch.

Designed and manufactured in Minnesota, USA, then backed with the HitchDoc commitment to quality and service is sure to please. Materials in this system are made from American steel and finished in a long lasting, powder coat finish in Jet Black.

UTV Push Tubes:

  • 1 ½” high strength formed tubing
  • Standard Push Tube for attaching to UTVs with tires (Part #2805)
  • Extended Push Tube available for attaching to UTVs with tracks (Part #2808)
  • Multiple cross memebers and V-shaped design for added hardiness to the entire system.

Eagle Swivel System:

  • Manually adjust to 5 Positions offering 30° of rotation to each side.
  • Rotates on heavy duty  5/8” bolt mounted to ¼” solid steel.
  • Curved swivel is manufactured from  3/8” steel

Eagle Blade Mounting:

  • Blade attaches to the Swivel System with ½” bolts
  • Adjustable, bolt-on blade stops offer 4 blade hitch positions
  • Heavy duty trip springs & eye bolts protect your blade when plowing

Product Reviews

(5 Ratings, 2 Reviews) Average Rating:
Quality product
Scott Fischer (Franklin, WI) 11/23/2017 11:06 AM
I have had this system on my Kymco UXV500i since I purchased it in 2013. The plow and push tube and all hardware still look brand new even through it is used to plow deep snow/ice on a gravel road! The quality and ease of use is incredible. If you are looking for a well built American product this is it.
Easy to install!
Jason Von Eschen (Wagner, SD) 2/14/2013 5:58 PM
I ordered this push tube with a 72" plow for my Polaris Ranger XP. It was very easy to install and has worked very well. I did end up bending the circular part of the push tube where the angle of the blade can be changed when I hit some hard ground while plowing. I ended up with some bruised knees from hitting the dash, ha ha. It was supprised that the blade did not "Trip", but it might have been because of the angle of the blade at the time. I still use it the way it is, but I can only pivot the blade one way now.
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