Groundhog GHMAXNOKIT ATV Disc Plow

March 24, 2019 - Comment
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(as of June 15, 2019 22:11 GMT+0100 - Details)

Get the power and speed to do more. The clever design of this GroundHog MAX ATV/UTV Disc Plow allows you to put it to work anywhere your ATV can take you. It’s ideal for food plots, gardening, landscaping… even small farm chores and makes quick work of tough jobs with “Plug and Plow” capabilities. It’s also great for weed control and fire defense, especially in remote areas. It’s built tough to work hard and last long and it gets the job done quicker than pull behinds. Doesn’t take up much room in storage, either. And there are no ratchets to rust or tires to go flat or succumb to dry rot. You’ll be impressed with the time and money you save, and you’ll be thrilled with the results. 21″ cutting width; Operates at speeds of 5-7 mph vs. 2-3 mph of normal pull behinds; Topnotch maneuverability allows you to plow anywhere your ATV/UTV will take you; ATV and rider’s weight force disc into the ground with up to 800+ lb. of plowing down force, no need to add extra weight; More down-force, less steel equals an aggressive cut; Use in 2-wheel or 4-wheel drive (use 4-wheel drive for more aggressive cuts); Use with independent rear suspension or straight axle setups; Discs are assembled on a 3/4″ steel axle; Axle is encased in a glove-fit 1″ steel pipe between each disc blade; Graduated notched discs (8″, 9″ or 10″) plow faster and penetrates deeper; Fully assembled plow with easy to replace bearings; Adjustable height control in 1″ increments; Hassle-free transport without a trailer; Allows the use of reverse with plow engaged (on most units) for small, tight places; Plow in looping circles and figure eights for best results; Material: 1/4 wall steel; Cutting Width: 21″; Weighs: 46 lbs.; Mfg. Number: GHMAX.

Product Features

  • GroundHog Max without Kit.
  • Dimension – 22 x 12 x 12 in.
  • Item Weight – 47 lbs.


Anonymous says:

Well made, but that’s about it. I attempted to use this behind a Suzuki KingQuad on bare ground on a pipeline cut along the side of a creek. The ground is very fertile a was not densely packed at all. After what seemed like a million passes across the area, I finally just gave up. It broke the top 1/2 to 3/4 inches of the group, by would not cut any deeper. I followed the instructions regarding depth to the T and continued to adjust the discs lower to cut deeper, it just wouldn’t do it. I’m sure it would work perfectly…

Anonymous says:

Should have bought sooner! I’ve used many other atv plow systems and been let down. I was skeptical of this product, but the operating principles seemed sound. It is everything it is advertised to be. I have only used it to plow a 50 x 10 yard plot, but it performs excellent! The fact that it becomes part of the atv is great. It adds no length to the machine, making it easier to maneuver. It adds no weight, so less strain on the engine. Being directly attached the the atv, you can feel exactly what it is doing. It plowed…

Anonymous says:

Dirt packs between blades I like the concept, ease of use, and durability. It does however have a significant design flaw. Moist dirt packs between the large and medium disc blades causing the disc to ride on top of instead of digging into the dirt. The powder coat paint contributes to the lack of scouring but I believe a scrapper should have been attached to prevent dirt from packing between the blades. Scrapers are standard on any large disc and are needed here. I would like to try a couple things such as not cutting…

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