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THE BOSS Snowplow expands UTV brands offering

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The UTV Plows are now available for a wider selection of UTV brands.

| November 8, 2011

To meet growing demand from off-road vehicle owners, THE BOSS Snowplow UTV Plows are now available for a wider selection of UTV brands. New brands compatible with BOSS UTV plows include Bobcat, Case IH, Club Car, Honda, Husqvarna and New Holland. These UTV brands join off-road vehicle brands John Deere, Kawasaki, Kubota, and Polaris for THE BOSS’ growing UTV plow lineup.

“The response to our UTV Plows has been tremendous and we’re excited to expand our market with the addition of these leading brands,” said Mark Klossner, marketing director for THE BOSS Snowplow. “Our UTV Plows are built to the same rugged standards as our full-size plows so whatever brand of UTV you own you know you can count on BOSS quality and versatility for unmatched performance.”

BOSS UTV Plows are available in two models, a 6’6” Power-V XT and the 6’ Poly Straight-Blade Snowplow. Built for the home or work site, BOSS has engineered its UTV plows to the same professional-grade standards as its full-size plows, while their smaller size allows access to hard-to-reach areas where a traditional plow dare not go.
Both UTV Plows offer Smart Technology features and hydraulic systems.

The hydraulic pumps are fully enclosed to protect against corrosion and hydraulic freeze-up for enhanced durability. Operation of the hydraulic and electrical system is done with the touch of a button from inside the cab, making lifting, lowering and angling the snowplow fast and easy.
 

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