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08 250 psd, BOSS 9'2" VXT

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by snopushin ford, Jan 12, 2012.

  1. snopushin ford

    snopushin ford Senior Member
    from mass
    Messages: 190

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    here is my new plow that i finally got to use today. Ended up with about 5 inches.

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  2. snopushin ford

    snopushin ford Senior Member
    from mass
    Messages: 190

    Question for boss owners. How easy should the blade trip? I had a fisher MM2 so the trip blade thing is new to me. Thanks Matt
     
  3. RepoMan1968

    RepoMan1968 Senior Member
    Messages: 439

    good choice , the 4 trip springs should be tight with no play when originally assembled. it shouldn't be tripping easily unless your hitting sh*t or scraping unfrozen gravel roads .

    is it digging when in the vee ? you can adjust that to the proper level .
     
  4. snopushin ford

    snopushin ford Senior Member
    from mass
    Messages: 190

    well its not that bad, its probably because the snow was so heavy. But other than that i love the plow and the added reach over the 8 foot fisher i had is nice. The plow sits good, but i did not have my ballast in because they said only a slushy inch or 2. And they were WRONG haha. thanks
     
  5. RepoMan1968

    RepoMan1968 Senior Member
    Messages: 439

    study your manual , know for problems when they arise (rarely) and keep the fluid fresh annually.
    the 92vxt is a premium blade , that is all we own . go slow in scoop position unless you know what surface your clearing . it WILL trip in scoop position and it will let you know it tripped .

    http://www.bossplow.com/support/

    helmet and mouthpiece are recommened for cowboys:dizzy:
     
  6. maverjohn

    maverjohn Senior Member
    Messages: 902

    That's a sweet set up ! both truck & plow look awesome. Thumbs Up
     
  7. AlertSnow

    AlertSnow Member
    Messages: 87

    Can you get a picture of it in the UP position I want to see the clearance you have with the 9'2". Sometimes I wish I had the 9'2" vs the 8'0".
     
  8. snopushin ford

    snopushin ford Senior Member
    from mass
    Messages: 190

    I will take some more pics today before i take the plow off. i measured once and i think in V there was 6 inches of clearance with no ballast. the truck drops 3/4 inch without ballast.
     
  9. unhcp

    unhcp PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,244

    looking good!
     
  10. SnowMatt13

    SnowMatt13 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,535

    Nice set-up.
     
  11. snopushin ford

    snopushin ford Senior Member
    from mass
    Messages: 190

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    The pic in v is a bad angle. there was 5 inches of clearance. Thanks. Matt

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  12. RepoMan1968

    RepoMan1968 Senior Member
    Messages: 439

    as youl'll notice driving with wings out and up , she'll bounce forward when hitting bumps .
     
  13. snopushin ford

    snopushin ford Senior Member
    from mass
    Messages: 190

    oh i hear ya on that. I always drive in V. the roads are narrow around here. Matt
     
  14. RepoMan1968

    RepoMan1968 Senior Member
    Messages: 439

    well have fun and .good luck . if your an experienced operator , you may not need any equipment to assist in clearing a lot of 100k sq.in a 10'' storm , provided you stay on top .Thumbs Upt

    oh yeah, please send pixys of the first scratch on it
     
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2012