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Blizzard seems to build for the season . When they are gone they are gone . What do they do the rest of the year ? I know Fisher did other manufacturing during there lean years to keep the employees working .
 

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When I bought my plow, the limiting factor was the aluminum manifold that's custom made for the plow. They outsource that part and when they are used up, that's the build out for the season.

The 2004 supply has been built out already, so get 'em while you can!

The same company makes dozer blades too, so I'd imagine that work goes on when plows aren't being made.
 

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All I can say is GREAT work Blizzard Snow Plows.


It is always a pleasure to talk to Curt and the staff over there. Me and Bill and Jack think you guys are the best.


Jay
 

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The lead time on the manifolds is still the limiting factor, pelican is correct. They are triing to rectify the problem.
 

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they also need to find a way to get those lights off with the plows:rolleyes:
 
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