WARN's Plastic wear bar saves wear on the plow blade. 3/4 thick and made from Ultra High Molecular weight plastic. It's reversible, just flip it when it becomes worn. Excellent for use on concrete or brick.
Verdict is still out. Replaced a steel wear bar with this. Do not think the scrap is as good with the plastic. Purchasing and delivery from 4wheelparts was great though.
Assembly was easy except there is a design flaw in my opinion. The bolts heads needed to go on the backside to take advantage of the square cutout. Would have been better to have square cuts in the wear bar so the nuts could br on the underside. It works, just not as clean.
By Ice Rink Maker
from St.Paul, MN
5.0Warn Plastic Wear Bar
Quiet on concrete and blacktop driveways. Cleans snow well. Lasts a good while and is reversible.
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