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Ex 8 ram 2500

Discussion in 'SnowDogg Snow Plows' started by MOfescue, Jan 23, 2009.

  1. MOfescue

    MOfescue Junior Member
    from MO.
    Messages: 11

    Just thought I would post some pics. The truck has a two inch lift with a 285 tire. I can not tell you how well the plow works because I have not "used" it yet :cry: I can say that I do not have a problem with hooking the plow up. I have not had an issue with the jack. Time will tell, all in all it seems to be very well built. I had used Meyer plows before and I find myself thinking I'm forgetting something after hooking up the Dogg it is very easy to me.

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    Last edited: Feb 3, 2009
  2. andyman5001

    andyman5001 Member
    from NE Ohio
    Messages: 43

    Nice set-up!!! I love the Silver and Stainless together. Badgeless is the way to go. I have the MD and love it. Good Luck with yours.
     
  3. MOfescue

    MOfescue Junior Member
    from MO.
    Messages: 11

    Well we got 6 inches of powder and the DOGG performed well. The one thing that broke was the plastic cover over the valves and that happened in the first five minutes,when I had hit some uneven pavement pretty hard, so I got out just to make sure everything was OK and notice the cover was broke. Good thing I had a bungee cord. After about a total of twenty hours I will say that I was impressed at the performance over all.

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    Last edited: Feb 3, 2009