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6'6" Western Snowplow for sale

Discussion in 'Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum' started by TheKitchenSink, Feb 27, 2008.

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  1. TheKitchenSink

    TheKitchenSink Junior Member
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    We just got rid of our 96 Jeep Cherokee so we have no need for the plow anymore. Its a 6'6" Western and comes with everything (wiring harness, joystick, headlights, undercarriage, plow) We bought it from someone else about 3 years ago so I don't really know how old it is. I don't know what else the undercarriage will fit but you could always get a new one. Looking for $750 for everything. I will get some pictures later today. If you have any questions you can email me at KyleSievert@gmail.com It's in pretty decent shape and has been stored indoors since we bought it even during the off season
     
  2. TheKitchenSink

    TheKitchenSink Junior Member
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    Hers some pictures:

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  3. TheKitchenSink

    TheKitchenSink Junior Member
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  4. KLC99

    KLC99 Senior Member
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    Is the pump cable controlled?
     
  5. TheKitchenSink

    TheKitchenSink Junior Member
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    What do you mean by cable controlled?
     
  6. derekbroerse

    derekbroerse 2000 Club Member
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    I thought a unimount was automatically electrically controlled? How would you quick-disconnect the cables from the pump along with everything else to remove the plow assembly?
     
  7. TheKitchenSink

    TheKitchenSink Junior Member
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    All I had to do to remove the plow was undo the 1 plug for the headlights and the 1 for the pump and then pull 4 pins and everything came off as a unit.
     
  8. KLC99

    KLC99 Senior Member
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    Great price---all I noted was the cheap price + joystick controller which could have been either.
    The older, conventional mount westerns used a joystick with cables (like throttle/choke cables) to operate mechanical valves in the pump. Yours is newer and a great deal.
     
  9. TheKitchenSink

    TheKitchenSink Junior Member
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    I understand now thanks. Pretty much just trying to get rid of it to clear space out of the garage
     
  10. Mark13

    Mark13 PlowSite Fanatic
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    Hmmmm, I wonder if my sister would get upset if I put a plow on her 96 grand cherokee for my backup rig?
     
  11. TheKitchenSink

    TheKitchenSink Junior Member
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    I don't think she would mind :-D Its cheap, how can you pass it up
     
  12. BlackIrish

    BlackIrish Senior Member
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    How much extra to crate it up and ship to Ontario,Canada K0A 3H0? Pics of the plow control. Serious request.
     
  13. TheKitchenSink

    TheKitchenSink Junior Member
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    I was looking up UPS Freight and was coming up w/ about $900 bucks to ship it. Doesn't sound worth it to me, but I will get pictures of the control anyway.
     
  14. bossplowguy

    bossplowguy Senior Member
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    freightquote.com is pretty cheap....I use it all the time 900 seems awfull high, I checked on shipping a 9'2" vee and was only 300...and that is a lot heavier jmo
     
  15. iceyman

    iceyman 2000 Club Member
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    i wish i had 700 rite now
     
  16. derekbroerse

    derekbroerse 2000 Club Member
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    I Agree, I priced shipping a conventional mount (approx same weight and size) and it was under $400
     
  17. TheKitchenSink

    TheKitchenSink Junior Member
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    Alright, well I dont know why it was so much. I will check out another site and get back to you.
     
  18. TheKitchenSink

    TheKitchenSink Junior Member
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    Alright, here is a picture of the control, and my mom is going to check w/ the freight companies she deals with and tell me what it would cost to ship. Looks like it is around $300 to ship to Canada, let me know if your interested.

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  19. BlackIrish

    BlackIrish Senior Member
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    Bad storm yesterday oh well. At $1050 shipped I'm interested, how do I get payment to you? Ebay it? credit card? lemme know. Thx
     
  20. TheKitchenSink

    TheKitchenSink Junior Member
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