This "Wing" is a simple drag I use mostly for deep snow
to a roller). It attaches with a separate receiver hitch
that has mounting points for all the various levers.
The wing is 4' wide when the extensions are folded up and 6' wide with both extensions down.
It can be raised and lowered while sitting on the seat of
In the "Up" picture, the metal loop on the "lock lever"
is hooked on a hook on the Grizzly to hold the entire Wing off the
ground so I can backup.
In the "Close Up - Hook" picture, you can see the hook
on the Grizzly that holds the Wing up.
In the "Down" picture, the Wing is on the ground but
In the "Locked" picture, the "lock lever"
is 'inverted' to apply down force on the comb using springs on the steel
The track setter uses an electric actuator
to raise and lower it and a white fiberglass rod for down force:
The track setter mount can be positioned
on the left side, in the middle, or on the right side, by placing it in one
of the three steel tubes on the wing by pulling one pin.
The track setter mount has a steel rod
and a white fiberglass rod attached.
The steel rod carries the weight of
the track setter when it is up.
The loop on the end of the steel rod
moves up and down the orange indicator rod to indicate how much
down force is applied to the track setter.
The white fiberglass rod flexes and applies down
force when the track setter is on the snow. It also flexes
sideways to allow the track setter to track smoothly around curves in
The worst part about using this Wing was
attaching it. It has so many levers and attachment points, it was
quite the chore, especially in the cold with gloves on. I solved that issue by creating a separate receiver
hitch that has a horizontal bar that the "lift levers" mount on and a
vertical bar that the "lock lever" mounts on.
To attach the Wing:
Remove the pintle hitch from the
Insert the wing hitch into the
Tighten the red bolt to secure the
The chains hanging down under the
wing hitch help take the air out of the deep snow between the