some people have way to much time to blow.:huh i really doubt either of those two trucks could push any serious snow with those <things?> Not to mention being able to see the 15 -20 ft ahead of them. Really kind of a bumb idea...:headwall
Seems like a pretty expensive and cumbersome set up to reduce front axle weight doesn't it?
Like dieselglory said, some people have way to much free time.
Great shots Wyldman. it is always fun to see what other people are doing.:nodd
I have an 8.5 ft minute mount V plow - about 14 years old but on a newer truck now. For the first 20 minutes of plowing everything works fine, then things start happening like the left wing not moving when using the scoop button - or the left wing coming back when lifting in the scoop position...
OK, I know this has been discussed a long time ago, on a "different" site, but not here so I figured it would be a good thread to get started. Whats everyones idea of the perfect snowplow truck? If you were going to buy one brand new truck and plow and money wasnt a concern, what would you buy...
I'm beating my head against the wall trying to figure this out. Intermittently, specifically when I am pushing a load, when I try to angle the blade to the right it goes left. Also it will angle left for no apparent reason, no input from the controller. I have recently pulled out, cleaned, and...
Just curious, how many guys drive with your blades angled?
I drive most of the time with mine angled only because of less wind resistance.
Any other reasons to have it straight or angled for most of the time while driving?