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post #1 of 58 Old 11-28-2004, 11:13 AM Thread Starter
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Whos got pics of their Curtis'

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Just wanted to see whos got Curtis plows on this site.
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post #2 of 58 Old 11-28-2004, 12:32 PM
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Hopefully getting one put on this sat., my friend is picking it up tomorrow so now it's just a matter of when he can install it!!!!! Oh, it is a 7.5' SnoPro 3000 Phase II!!!!! Can't wait!!!!

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one of ours
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second one.......dont have a shot of our third curtis plow. all are 9 footers.
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Those 9 footers are nice, all full trips? My 7 footer is full trip. I like the way they look on the blue I wish my Ranger was that blue but I like my black one more. The arms on mine seem a little loose so I think if I tighten them the driver side will snap into place because I have to fight with it for a minute or so before locking the lock pin. The passenger side snaps up and in, but I still think it is on the top of the mounting systems.
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Hopefully I will get to post a few pics this weekend. I am installing a 7.5 Curtis on my SuperDuty tomorrow night.

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may i ask why you are only going with a 7.5 ft on your truck? is it going on the truck in your sig? dont ya want to go bigger?
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I have to agree I would go with an 8 - 9 foot even at that length you can still do residentials, Ive done it with a 97 F350 dump with a 9' fisher and it worked out well.
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post #10 of 58 Old 12-03-2004, 06:10 AM
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Yeah I know it is a small plow for that truck. I got this used. Looked for a bigger plow but couldn't find anything that was resonableprice wise. I plan on using this for now and if I need to later on I can either get a set of wings or get a larger plow and sell this one. I have never plowed before so this will be a learning experiance for me. Winter is coming and I needed something to use.

On a good note. I got everything finished up last night and the plow is ready to go and is sitting at home.

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Hey,
Let us know what your F350 looks like.
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pic of our new spreader we finally outfitted with lights, trundell bar, mud flaps and a few other odds and ends.
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Matt looks like it came out good from the pics. I see you keep it all one brand with the sander too.

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Is that salter electric or hydraulic because Curtis sells both.
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post #17 of 58 Old 01-03-2005, 07:03 AM
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Losse pins

The Quick Hitch system is great. However had the pins fall out of the snap pins durign our first event releasing the plow while plowing. Turns out the split pins were undersized or holes over sized. I've written to Cutis customer service no word as of yet. Anyone else have this problem?
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yes we had that happen to our brand new one the second storm. just pay extra careful attention to them to make sure they dont work loose. check them after every storm.
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Finally got some pics taken and got them uploaded.

OK.. I tried to post them here but I can't seem to get that to work so here is a link to a webshots gallery. Click Here

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post #20 of 58 Old 01-17-2005, 05:24 AM
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OK. Lets try this again.
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I resized and posted one pic of the truck\plow for you.
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THX, Wyldman. I finally figured it out. Before I was trying to link to my webshots gallery.

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Looks good, I have to get some of mine with the steel edge on it now.
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just purchased this month my first curtis

my first curtis too bad we did not have more snow to give it a good try out, only things i found right now that i have concerns about is its a little slow and touch pad is not raised enough.
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