Honestly, I don't know how it attaches. Its a manual lift plow but they told me since I have a winch they will take the manual lift bar off and I can just use my winch. They told me its a nice option to be able to use the manual lift plow incase your winch goes.I don't think you'll have any problem. I've got a 48 inch plow on my Foreman and it works great. Never thought I'd look forward to cleaning the laneway so much. Just take a minute on the garage floor to set up the slides on the backside of the blade so the blade will just touch the ground and the weight will be on the slides. This helps to not scrape the ground when you are plowing.
I think you'll be suprised how much snow your Foreman will move.
How does your plow attach and where? Is it a skid plate mount, front mount, trailer hitch mount etc. and are you using a winch or a manual lift?
Ok.. I plan on using it with my winch so I don't think that will be a issue about no middle setting. Thank you for the info about taking the bracket off during the off season,.i wasent to fond of using the manel lever, and i found there wasent a middle setting like there is when using a winch, like i can have it half way down, or about an inch or 2 off the ground so i can get a large pile pushed off so i can just go back and clean it up better.
Also the bracket on the bottom of your atv where the plow hooks into, be sure to take it off in the spring/summer/fall when you do trail riding. major pain in the rear!! it hooks up on rocks, mud, stumps.
i wish you the best of luck with the plow, its very strong made and holds up well.