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Blizzard technical question on Power Plow

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Central WA Plow, Jan 6, 2003.

  1. Central WA Plow

    Central WA Plow Junior Member
    Messages: 15

    Anybody have a pic of the newer bolt in bushings that the hook up pins go thru. Mine are wore out and I need to make some new ones, that aren't the weld in type, but the bolt in type.

    MY two plows are some of the very first one made.
    I understand the newer ones are bolted in.

    I have placed a pen point at the bushing area in the picture below.

    If any of you blizzard guys have or could take a pic for me, and post it on here, that would be great.

    By the way i have only plowed 9 times total with this plow. Kinda hard to believe there wore out already. Other than that blade has work great. Oh I forgot about the crappy cutting edges, that were to brittle and like to break on the first manhole you find. LOL[​IMG]
     
  2. fastjohnny

    fastjohnny Senior Member
    Messages: 654

    Look on the welding thread

    Pelican had a picture of the bushings he used in his leaf vac rig that used the blizzard frame.
     
  3. Wilburn Parks

    Wilburn Parks PlowSite.com Veteran
    Messages: 64

    when my pins wore down they were almost to the hitch pins before I caught it. All I did was mig welded them back up and ground them back round and I haven't had a problem since. It happened the first year I owned them and real quickly that I thought they were going to be an ongoing thing, but luckly they haven't been.
     
  4. Jon Geer

    Jon Geer Member
    Messages: 834

    Power Plow

    The part # you need is 40088. A-Frame pivot bushing. I sell them for $18.00 each.

    Any more questions, please call.

    616-877-0800:)