If you haven't used your Polaris ACE in the winter, you'd be surprised at how much snow the thing can push without getting stuck. Yes you might want a lift for a tad more ground clearance when plowing, but the stock ACE is truly a plowing machine. The only caveat to plowing with the ACE is that it puts a lot of stress on the front coils. And if you run a heavy plow blade, they may collapse them over time. That being said, there are various options for plow systems and plow blades that aren't extremely heavy yet can still get the job done. The 54” Polaris blade is a popular one with a lot of positive feedback. Add a full cab enclosure and a radio and you'll actually be having fun when clearing snow. Cycle Country and Kolpin also make good plows that are excellent on the Polaris ACE. There are universal mounts that you can use, but they also make plow-specific mounts that make things a lot easier. And to avoid getting stuck when plowing, you can also throw some weight in the bed and make sure to use four wheel low.
The Glacier Polaris snow plow is another ACE plow setup that works great.Once the mount is installed, it takes only seconds to remove, and about the same to install. Unhook the winch, pull a lever and back away. With a winch control on the shifter to operate the plow, things couldn't get easier. Be it a mid-mounting plow or a front-mounting plow, here at Everything Polaris RZR, we've got all types of Polaris ACE plows for you to choose from. Be aware, though, that if you decide to hodge podge plow pieces together, you might get frustrated if the winch, blade, and plow arm don't all play nicely together. And whatever kind of plow you decide to get for your Polaris ACE, we would highly recommend getting plow markers for the order of your blade so you don't accidentally bump into a car, house mailbox because you can’t see the end of your plow. Get your Polaris ACE snow plow today so you're ready for it to start dumping tomorrow!