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Old 01-26-2014, 12:46 PM   #1
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I just bought a 60" Cycle Country Mid Mount Plow for my 07 BF 650.

Do I need to remove the skid plates to mount the brackets for the push tube?

Thanks for any input!
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I have an 06 BF 650 4x4i and yes I had to remove the skid plate to attach the mid mounting plate.
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No, drill holes and run the u-bolts right through. Stock skids... Might as well remove.
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OK. Thanks. I have the stock skid plates on there now. I guess I'll just remove them.

Is it pretty straight forward to remove them?
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Yeah its really easy just a few bolts. I haven't taken my plow mount off since I put on. It gets hung up every once in a great while on some larger fallen trees but not a biggie.

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