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blizzard 810

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by extremsnomobile, Dec 17, 2004.

  1. extremsnomobile

    extremsnomobile Member
    Messages: 51

    blizzard 810 sounds like a good plow for doing a combo of driveways and streets wat do u all think.





    02 duramax 2500 hd
     
  2. wls

    wls Senior Member
    Messages: 319

    we like the one we got alot :)
     
  3. 810F250

    810F250 Junior Member
    Messages: 3

    All smiles here too. switch urethane this year.
     
  4. extremsnomobile

    extremsnomobile Member
    Messages: 51

    wat do u mean by switch urethane this year?????????????????? :confused:


    sounds like a plan to me on hte plow though :gunsfiring:
     
  5. ggwash21

    ggwash21 Senior Member
    Messages: 132

    the 810 is the best plow i have ever worked with..... cuz in scoop you still have 9'3'' and normal v's you get what maybe 7'5''?? .. we have 2 v's and we are getting rid of the 2 v's and ordering 2 810's next yr and or maybe the 811? i cant member the bigger one
     
  6. extremsnomobile

    extremsnomobile Member
    Messages: 51

    810
    8611 are the 2 truck models that i no of
    and the straigth blades 720,860

    yea with the v u also have to watch out caus u have all that extra plow up front when in v mode

    u have 7 feet of blade with a v blade and 9'3" with the blizzard
     
    Last edited: Dec 18, 2004
  7. ggwash21

    ggwash21 Senior Member
    Messages: 132

    YA 8611 i had a brain fart lol

    And plus when your in V mode the edge wears alot faster on teh ends cuz of teh weight up front
     
  8. derekbroerse

    derekbroerse 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,377

    Just remember that the sliding Blizzard design has more to go wrong with it that a standard V plow, so you'll need to be careful. They are plenty durable it seems, but I could see it being easy enough to tweak a slider and while a V-plow will still operate with a bent wing, the Blizzard may not.
     
  9. extremsnomobile

    extremsnomobile Member
    Messages: 51




    i no plent of metal workers and im in school for metal working so i no how to work with it
     
  10. PSDF350

    PSDF350 Senior Member
    Messages: 577

    bent wing worst comes to worst remove and keep plowing. but the way this winter is shaping up i dont know if i'll ever get to use mine :cry:
     
  11. derekbroerse

    derekbroerse 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,377

    Why not see if you can get a few friends together for a 'class project' and build a plow from scratch? Now THAT would be cool.... I've always wanted to but never had the time.
     
  12. Robo

    Robo Senior Member
    Messages: 107

    Seems like you could develope something really cool and perhaps incorporate all of the "pluses" of the major manufacturers to build a "super plow" :nod:
     
  13. extremsnomobile

    extremsnomobile Member
    Messages: 51

    that would cost a lil more then i have or my school would fund
     
  14. derekbroerse

    derekbroerse 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,377

    If that is the case, how do you intend to purchase a complete, ready to go one? Materials to build one would be significantly cheaper than a finished plow... :cool:
     
  15. extremsnomobile

    extremsnomobile Member
    Messages: 51

    umm cause im nto buying it for me. im researching for my dad. and i have things and welding tests i have to do in school and i have emt training some nights so im kinda busy and dont have that kinda time. im also preping sence its almost snomobile season