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Anyone plow with an 89 Dodge W-250 with a conventional Meyer Mount?

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by jjklongisland, Nov 18, 2006.

  1. jjklongisland

    jjklongisland Senior Member
    Messages: 470

    If someone has an 89 Ram w-250 (or similiar years) with a Meyer Conventional Set Up (old style) I would greatly appreciate it you can take a measurement of the ground clreance of the mounting carton. I want to know if its worth it from changing my EZ Mount classic which I just bought, over to a conventional system to gain more clearance. I go off-road alot and really need the ground clearance and the ezmount classic only gets about 6" of clearance. It wouldnt bother me as much if the mount was positioned closer to the drive axle but it really pushed forward. Not like my olf Ramcharger which was tucked under pretty good... Thanks
     
  2. sbt1

    sbt1 Member
    Messages: 59

    I would think

    that the conventional mount would give less ground clearance... We used to have those old Meyer plows and damn that thing was way close to the ground. Probably less than 10-12" clearance at best.

    If your current mount comes off with the plow you're probably better off with it.
     
  3. LLM Ann Arbor

    LLM Ann Arbor Senior Member
    Messages: 876

    Check with Metro Lawn.

    He has all 89-91 Dodges I believe.
     
  4. Tediesel

    Tediesel Member
    Messages: 46

    Got one

    My 93 W-250 diesel with the old school mount gives 8.5 inches of clearance. That is more clearance than the pumpkins have.