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Conifer Mountain plow pics

Discussion in 'Storm Pictures' started by Rich Hunter, Jan 21, 2007.

  1. Heres some plow pics for you!

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  2. Some more.

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  3. And just a few more pics.

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  4. Brian's Lawn

    Brian's Lawn Senior Member
    Messages: 120

    we got a litle bit today in ohio. i only wish it wouldve been that
     
  5. Banksy

    Banksy PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,113

    That looks like a steep drop off to the right there. Nice pics :nod:
     
  6. Yeah it is! Lost my truck over it once and once only. It took 2 tow trucks to get it out.
     
  7. Rondo

    Rondo Member
    from 54166
    Messages: 52

    Nice Plow Rig!!

    I like those Dana 60's you got there! What ratio are you running? That Ram is nearly the perfect plow truck. Lifted for clearance, short wheel base for tight turning, and brute axles!!! What power plant in that beast? That thing looks good too!!
    I've got a '87 Blazer and I want to do a big axle upgrade. I'm lifted and running an old Western. We don't have near the snow you guys have. In fact, this is one of the lousiest winters we ever had!!! Only 10" so far all year!!!
    I have been trying to plan a trip to Colorado to run some trails. Maybe this summer!?
    If you got any wheelin' pix etc. send them my way!! rondo@frontiernet.net
    Thanks
    Rondo :cool:
    "Keep-on-plowin'"
     
  8. 4.56,detroit locker,broken ARB in front,440 stroked and built for torque not HP,and I am the orignal owner.
     
  9. Eyesell

    Eyesell 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,101

    Great pictures, just noticed, are you running chains in the back only or one side in the front ?
     
  10. Rear axel only. Got them for the front just dont have them on.
     
  11. clipper

    clipper Junior Member
    from Maine
    Messages: 12

    Do you run the chains on the open road, or just plowing? And how much do they help?
     
  12. I try not to run them on hard pavement as they vibrate like hell but if I have to get fuel they do get driven for a short distance at low speed. They make a huge difference in the deep stuff and have been used in deep mud at the local mud hole and the rare beer run when we have a blizzard our ole ladys laugh at us when we pile in the truck to make a run. I have even used them in town plowing during heavy snows. Try them you might like them just dont use them in light snows or you wont. I have always kept a set in all my plow trucks over the years in fact when I ran subs in town it was on the list of required eguipment. If you got wings on your blade you will really like them when you get that heavy spring or early winter snow.
     
  13. BushHogBoy

    BushHogBoy Senior Member
    Messages: 665

    that RC is FREAKIN SWEET! I'm in love!!!!!! Though I love a healthy built gas engine, I'd really like a 93 RC, Dana 60's, 3.54's, the same tires you and I have (35x12.50 BFG M/T's), 4" lift, with a 3" body lift, Cummins 12V P-pump (2nd gen 94-98), and a ATS transmission. That would make a sweet plow rig too!
    You should check out ramchargercentral.com join up and post some pics of your RC... the guys will love it. I'm BushHogBoy over there as well.

    NICE RIDE!!!!! wesport :D xysport :waving: