Sorry Patrick, but when customers call they don't know their service/serial number. We are lucky if they know the size of their plow. It also doesn't help that the serial numbers are now on stickers that come off and fade in the sun.
leigh deserves those decals just for making us laugh.
I think if lilweeds could add to the conversation then maybe he could earn his free hat ... heck ... I will even send it to him if you won't Patrick. LOL
Brian: do you suggest "stacking" height adjustment plates on PH2 plows for tall trucks or is this a "no-no"?
Patrick: the new 8600SW now has the option of adding a back drag blade. Is there a possibility that the option might become available for the PowerPlow?
You are correct, stacking of the height adjustment plates is a definite "no no". We offer a height adjustment range from 12.5" to 17" to the mount adapter mounting hole (for Powerhitch2). Once you get beyond the 17" it is no longer considered a valid application.
Thanks everyone that chimed in this week during the discussion. Hope it served some value to you guys along the way. While I am confident we have one of the best dealer networks in the industry, and they stand by ready to serve when needed......... you know how to get in touch!
question for maelawncare ... why do you care what the computer programs tell you? If you feel the truck will take it ... just put it on the truck!
Had a dealer that wouldn't sell me one of my 810s. Flat out denied me and then walked away. Because he said my truck wasn't rated for it and he was not going to deal with it. Plus, you have to make sure the right mounts are made for the truck.