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Hiniker Wings

Discussion in 'Hiniker' started by NBI Lawn, Dec 13, 2007.

  1. NBI Lawn

    NBI Lawn PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,797

    Who makes the best set of wings for a straight blade Hiniker? Those that have them, would you do it again?

    Thanks
     
  2. Duncan90si

    Duncan90si Senior Member
    Messages: 602

    I have the Buyers pro wings on mine. They do well, you just have to be careful with them as they are built a little on the light side. As long as you are smart about it, they'll last awhile.

    I haven't ever used the box end wings from Hiniker. I do too many large lots with a lot of windrowing to ever use them.
     
  3. pinepointe

    pinepointe Senior Member
    Messages: 102

    I just bought the new hiniker scoop 9' model. and love it, I would choose this blade over my 9.5' hiniker v blade and day. Anyway there is a local guy that is using the box ends on his blade and i'm impressed with how effective they are in a large lot. I just helped a buddy install pro wings on a 7.5' boss blade so i will let you know how they work after this weekend. They do however look a little weak.
     
  4. NBI Lawn

    NBI Lawn PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,797

    We just picked up two 9' Hiniker scoops as well, really like them. I am just wondering what wing is the best for the straight blades
     
  5. bigearl

    bigearl Senior Member
    Messages: 393

    I use the box ends and they are not bad on light snow, on heavy snow I take the left one off to roll snow better. I was thinking of buying the poly V or the scoop next year. Which would you guys suggest?
     
  6. NBI Lawn

    NBI Lawn PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,797

    I really like the scoop. Easier to use and work on then the V's IMO. Only issue with them is back dragging against curbs.