Would anyone like a forum dedicated to fabricating ATV plow/ snowblower accessories. This would include ideas from all participating members who want something for thier ATV's that don't exist or have not been able to locate a manufacturer. Members can fabricate or participate in the concept of the fabrication.
yea it would be nice to have some sub forums in here.
Home built workshop stuff.
Pipes Pictures, with plow/ Ice fishing/stuck out on the trails.
different types of plows.
New Plowing questions,
1987 Ranger STX, 4X4, 5.0 swap, T-5 Tranny,
1968 Dodge Charger 440 Auto, Power Windows,
1978 Ford F-150 Explorer 57,000 miles 351M
1988 Rocking Red Ranger, More Rust then Red
1997 Ford Explorer, 5.0 AWD Eddie Bauer
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that would be cool but there are not enough of us in the atv section it would be good on a site like highlifter because it's gets lots of traffic but there are hardly any posters in the atv section here
How about a general, not ATV specific, fabrication section? I'm always looking for ideas and I'd be in that section all the time.
I'm with this idea of general fab section. If you broaden your horizons and go total fab. then your your covering all brands of plows and mite get a greater interested audience.
I do alot of fabbing myself and tend to get stuck on the engineering issues of projects and sometimes just finding a source for materials needed to complete my idea. I'm sure a section like this would help.
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4" angle grinder
2004 1 Ton Dodge Diesel (SRW)4x4 SLT w/ 8.5' Western MVP & Salt Dogg 1500 Poly V-box Salter
1997 3/4 Ton GMC 4x4 w/ 7.5' Western Unimount & Buyers Tailgate Salter
1997 Jeep Cherokee 4x4 w/ 6.5' Meyers poly plow
1998 Mustang 2040 w/ 9' 6" Western blade
2005 Ford F350 w/ Western Uni-mount & pro-wings (back-up)
2- 21" MTD snowblowers for sidewalks
If you ain't happy where you are you ain't no place!
A general fabrication forum would be great addition, it seems a lot of questions in the truck section retain to people want information about do it yourself repairs and for the little guys and newbies such as myself with a small pocket book it is a necessity to fix\modify equipment ourselves. This is just my thought. Thank you for your time
A great idea. Its always cool to see some inovative ways ideas of how problems are solved in your own backyard. There are some really creative backyard fabricators out there and have some real time saving and cost saving ideas for parts, repairs, tips, tricks and homemade jigs for us wanna be fabricators.
2008 F250 Superduty with 8' 6" Curtis V Plow
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" Got a Curtis Snow Pro Trip edge for my wife... pretty good trade eh? "