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Old 12-06-2006, 03:12 PM   #11
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I 2nd the rocky mtn plow I had one on my BF 750. Nice plow heavy built and the mount is a nice smooth steel skidplate when the plow is removed also the best price.
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Hi, I just purchased a 2006 Brute Force 750 4x4i. I was researching snow plows and winches and stumbled upon this forum and thread. I am very new to the ATV world and need some assistance.

I was looking at the Promark website at the Eagle Plow system but there isn't an option for a 2006 Brute Force. Only 2007. Is there a big difference in the models? I was also looking at the Moose Racing Rapid Mount Plow Frame but it also only comes for the 2007 model.

I don't know what I am doing. I don't really know where to start. What exactly do I need? A winch, a winch mount, a plow frame and a plow? Is this all plug and play? Do I need to splice into the wiring harness to wire up a winch? Is there already wiring in place to just plug into? I did notice there are two wires near the radiator that are not plugged into anything. Is this where I plug the winch into? Can anyone help me decide what the best plow system is and which will be the easiest to setup on my Brute? I need some step by step instructions please.

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Old 05-02-2011, 06:15 AM   #13
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Welcome to the forum. The wires by your radiator are for the horn. It is only used in Europe. You have a couple of more in the rear for a reverse light used in Europe also.
Depending on what type of winch you buy, it will come with step-by-step instructions on wiring it up. It's really easy.
You will have to run a "Hot" wire for the reversing contactor winch control and install the switch. Most folks tie the hot wire into the accessory port wire so it is only hot when the switch is on.
Just a note, don't skimp on a winch. Buy the best your wallet will allow. This really is one thing that you get what you pay for.
I have always run Warn winches on all of my ATVs, trucks and trailers, they haven't let me down yet.
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Thanks for your reply. What about the difference between a 2006 and 2007?
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I'm not sure about that. I have an 05. You might give your local dealer a call and see if they can tell you more.
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:14 AM   #16
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I have the 60" from Cycle Country. I did add the Down force gas piston to help it get a better bight when trying to scrape up ice.

The price was my main reason for buying a Cycle Country and it has worked well for me.
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Just put a Warn ProVantage front mount on my 06 BF 650i. Good instructions and a Heavy duty plow. Didnt plow with it yet, but it should do the job. If anyone goes this route, mount the winch first and then the plow mount. It will save some bitchin and do over.
the winch is a Warn XT2500
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Where did you buy your warn winch and mount and plow?
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Did you buy the center mount or front mount? What's the difference?
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as for difference in 06-07 there is no difference if it is a late 06 an early 06 the front A-arms are different different degree of caster is all
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