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8' fisher conventional mount w/ underhood electric pump for 72-93 Dodge Chicago area

Discussion in 'Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum' started by W250CTD, Jan 1, 2009.

  1. W250CTD

    W250CTD Junior Member
    Messages: 26

    I have an 8' Fisher conventional(non minute mount) setup for a 72-93 Dodge W250/350. Includes 8' plow/A frame, truck frame, lights, underhood pump(Barnes A2510 electric), underhood cable/hydraulic valve, hydraulic lines, light adapter, cables, joystick. Everything looks like its in great shape, minimal rust on plow, no repairs made that I can see on moldboard. $675 for it all, may separate. Please call 630-254-2965, thanks-Nick
     
  2. W250CTD

    W250CTD Junior Member
    Messages: 26

    TTT, may separate pump/blade/etc
     
  3. bgingras

    bgingras Senior Member
    Messages: 282

    I'm looking for a pump for my conventional mount...how does the electric pump work vs the belt driven type? Does it work with cable hydraulic controls? Pictures?
     
  4. W250CTD

    W250CTD Junior Member
    Messages: 26

    It appears to use the same valve, its just an electric motor. There was a setup for sale on here not too long ago with a picture, I'll post up pictures or I could email them to you if you PM me or post your email address.
     
  5. bgingras

    bgingras Senior Member
    Messages: 282

    I'm just trying to figure out how the motor is activated, as this is now the second such setup I've seen. I sent you a PM with my email to send pictures. I'd be interested in the pump if it works with my setup.
     
  6. W250CTD

    W250CTD Junior Member
    Messages: 26

    The joystick controller I have has a switch inside of it thats wired to a large relay which powers the pump. When the stick is moved any direction except to lower the plow, the switch is triggered and the motor runs.