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is a SD 8'poly bossa good blade

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself to the Community' started by TPC Services, Dec 17, 2005.

  1. TPC Services

    TPC Services Senior Member
    Messages: 875

    I'looking to by a 8' boss super duty poly blade is this a wise idea to do then I 'm going to do commercial lots,also I have a few private drives to do is the blade going to be a pain to move around on a shallow width drive ways
    Last edited: Dec 17, 2005
  2. NoFearDeere

    NoFearDeere PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,709

    Yes, the 8' Boss super-duty poly blade will work great for you. I personally have never owned a poly plow but heard good things. Also, a 8' steel blade would also work and will probably be a little less $$ and the only difference is the moldboard is poly, everything else is steel. I have had my 7'6" Boss steel on my Dodge for 2 seasons and I smack curbs and grind against parking blocks all the time, and I still dont have one scratch on the plow! Whatever you choose will be a good moneymaker! BTW, welcome to plowsite!:waving: :waving:
  3. Chris-R

    Chris-R Senior Member
    Messages: 321

    Welcome littleo92. I have the Boss 8 ft. steel superduty and it's fine for both residential and commercial. I plow a large condo project complete with a couple of miles of roads, a zillion driveways, etc. I think you may be concerned that the plow would be too big for residential but it isn't. Figure that most driveways are at least 10 feet wide which gives you a foot on each side of your plow-minimum. If I remember right, the poly plow is a little heavier than the steel so just take that into consideration when putting ballast in the back of your truck.