I have this meyer blade and when its angled the back edge is not making contact. Is this normal? JK i have a new edge on the way. But seriously when doyou change your edge?
LOL! Change it whenD&T Repair said:Exactly.
Like I said, it gets changed when it needs to be changed, kind of like a diaper I guess
oh my god thats funny i spit out my drink came right out of my nose now my nose burns and my eyes are watering soda on the key board argphoenix827 said:LOL! Change it when
a, it stinks,
b, it is sagging real bad,
or c, it's dripping!
I think that covers it! (no pun intended!)
Just to kinda clarify this he is refuring to fisher plows that recomend this practce not all plows are made to do that... just figured i'd say something before we get a post from someone that just bought a new meyers and was wondering why there moldboard dissapeared lol those plows have enough trouble on there own they dont need any help breaking lolCPSS said:On a new plow we run it the first season without the edge. Next season, put on the edge. Run it till the edge is worn even with the base angle, then replace it the next season. Usually can get 3 years on a standard ( not carbide) edge.