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I've been spotting this truck for a few seasons, I laugh every time I see it. It sits parked across from one of my accounts, an Isuzu pickup with what looks like a SnoWay plow. The plow can't be more than 12 inches high! It does appear that he's able to plow his drive with it, but you'd have to plow every 3 inches I think to keep from flowing over the moldboard.

I thought you'd all get a chuckle with it.
 

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Pelican,

That looks like it came off an atv of some sort?

Thats funny:D

Mike
 

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omg Steve-

I think you might as well trade in your 550, that thing is the ideal snowplow truck! :rolleyes:

I wonder what happened to that plow, it looks too small to hold any snow as far as moldboard height. I think sno-way makes an 18" moldboard, but that one barely seems a foot tall.
 

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I've seen cutting edges bigger than that blade:eek:
 

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At least he isn't trying to plow commercially with it....

Steve- I wanted to tell you how pretty the trees in your mirror are. Since the snow we got was so wet, it hung off the trees and was very beauitful, at 4 am. Great pictures!
 

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Oh, I heard he decorated cakes with that thing. Even worked well doing the sides after it had flipped. Just needed to turn the cake!:D
 

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Well you all know the saying "Its not the size of your tool, its how well you use it!"








I think in this case it "IS" the size of the tool....hahaha

Is that a hot wheels? I think I had one like that when I was a kid. It sure pushed a lot of stuff, at 1/8" at a time...HAHAHA!
 
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