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2007 Tacoma

Discussion in 'Residential Snow Removal' started by dangyankee, Jan 1, 2009.

  1. dangyankee

    dangyankee Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    Good Evening.
    I am thinking of getting a plow for my Tacoma 4x4 (2007 crew cab) and don't even know where to start. I want to just use for my driveway (75 yard, generally straight). Can anyone give me a thumnail of cost, types, pros, cons?

  2. 2COR517

    2COR517 PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 7,115

    Start with your nearest plow dealer. See what they have to offer and go from there.
  3. toby4492

    toby4492 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,513

  4. matts27

    matts27 Senior Member
    from CT
    Messages: 138

    Easily 3000-4500 new... front springs soft, change 'em to after market, besides that all Good!
  5. VTDave

    VTDave Member
    from VT
    Messages: 46

    I plow my 900' driveway with a Snowbear. Lots of people love to hate Snowbears because you have to manually set the angle and they're not a "real plow" (read: heavy). On the plus side, a Snowbear should only set you back $1200 and they're pretty reliable, mechanically. I'm happy with mine. Plus, it'll save on wear and tear to your light duty truck.

    But I'm a minimalist. I plow with a 4 cylinder Tacoma. It gets the job done.
  6. elite1msmith

    elite1msmith 2000 Club Member
    from chicago
    Messages: 2,762

    believe itor not , USED snow plows are EASY to find, cheap and dont break down

    Iv had just as many problems with a new one, as a used one, and alot of the parts that are common, are just becasue it sits all summer, and rusts , uv sun light... that kinda thing

    i would look for a good used plow , most likly a snow way 22 id bet it would be around the 2k or less with install. if your really tight, maybe that snow bear is alright, but until you run a regular plow , u dont know what your missing, and if your doing driveways..the snow way has down pressure ,
  7. 98tacoma

    98tacoma Junior Member
    Messages: 29

    You may want to look into a Snowsport. I'm very happy with mine. The downside (for some) is that you have to manually have to set the blade angle and lower it. The upside is that it is a simple design ie nothing to break or not work right and simple to use and store. If you have any questions about it search the forum, I posted pics of it in action last year pushing about 10" with no problem with a 98 Tacoma 4cyl. If you have any questions, pm me.
  8. ToyTruck

    ToyTruck Junior Member
    Messages: 27

    03 Tacoma with Curtis

    I've had a Curtis HomePro 7' poly on my Tacoma for 3 or 4 years, it's been very good. It's not quite as wide as I 'd like sometimes but it works well and isn't too heavy. I was able to find it used so it was reasonable.