Snow Plow Advice

Snow Plow Advice

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    Question Snow Plow Advice

    Does anyone in snow country have one of these, or has had one, and what would your opinion be of same? I am probably needing a light-weight home-owner system, and don't want to do the full-scale snow/gravel plow deal with winches and extra lights, etc. I do not need a commercial grade rig.


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    sounds ok for personal use, although I have some doubts about how well an aluminum blade will last. Wish it listed a price.

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    What the heck is that white stuff on the ground,looks like somebody spilled a huge load of cocaine
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    It looks like it would work, I would buy the strap to hold the plow to the ground. You might have a little bit of a tough time with it during the wet spring snows due to the fact that it is lightweight.
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    Looks OK...$1450 was the complete price for unit

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    junk at any price is still junk

    looks soo good in the ad.....light dry snow
    ya, the kind we get perhaps once a year.

    show me the truck with wet snow and the price will jump to where quality is for real...

    and that ain't 1450 base price.
    coupled to a truck with a solid frame and some torque....

    cheaper to have another child to feed and to do the shoveling.
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