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Hubby broke the plow yesterday and we have a snow storm coming in 2 days and have over 100 customers we need to clean out. Our local dealer has no idea what model this plow is to be able to get the parts. It keeps getting stuck one side or the other, with the motor running, and when he went to ram it in a snowbank to straighten out, he put a hole through the blade. There's also fluid leaking...
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Forgot to mention that we know it's a snoway, but that's about it. Thought it was a 29series when we bought it, but now questioning whether it's a 26series... no clue on how to figure this all out.. went to the snoway website and read the manual on how to figure out which plow we have, and figure it might be a 2005-2008 but still not sure
 
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