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jeep wrangler plow pics

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by meyer22288, Nov 4, 2003.

  1. meyer22288

    meyer22288 Senior Member
    Messages: 999

    Can all of you guys plowing with jeep wranglers post a picture of your plow set-up:)

    thanks :)
     
  2. JohnnyU

    JohnnyU 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,040

    It's not mine, it was posted a few weeks ago. It was a Jeep Wrangler, with a plow, So I thought I'd post it.

    Look! It's got a MEYER! pumpkin:
     
    Last edited: Nov 27, 2010
  3. meyer22288

    meyer22288 Senior Member
    Messages: 999

    Looks like the jeep handles it well:)
     
  4. Big Nate's Plowing

    Big Nate's Plowing PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,266

    I'll post a pic of my xj as soon as we bring it home
     
  5. 90plow

    90plow Senior Member
    Messages: 738

    When do you get your license meyer?
    Eric
     
  6. snow

    snow PlowSite.com Veteran
    Messages: 1,002

    I don't even think he has his permit yet, he's still 15. Ignore his post about the jeep, he talks about getting a new vehicle everyday.

    Stop wasting peoples time meyer!




    BK
     
  7. meyer22288

    meyer22288 Senior Member
    Messages: 999

    im still only 15 and can't drive that has nothing to do with this post. my dad just brought himself a jeep wrangler he will be putting a plow on so i figured why not start a thread for just jeep pics. i didnt mean to make anybody mad by starting this thread and im sorry if i did so.:(

    bryan i thought we were buddies?:dizzy:
     
  8. PLOWMAN45

    PLOWMAN45 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,846

    hey meyer when i was 15 i was doing pkg lots in CT with my cousin 13 years ago :redbounce
     
  9. rainair

    rainair Senior Member
    Messages: 153

    dreams are where we all started

    yea Meyer is only 15, but I will give him this, He knows what road he wants to go down. don't discourage him, show him that respect! lift him up not knock him down, he could be the future pro in snow management. Meyer, I look at all the threads, so I might learn like the scholars.
    Note to all; Be a student, You will learn till the moment you close your eyes for the last time
    Now ...LET IT SNOW!!!
     
  10. frogman

    frogman Member
    from MD
    Messages: 53

    Hi Meyer and All,
    I would also appreciate those pictures.
    Coincidentally, my son Chuck (who will be 15 in Feb) started plowing for me last year (after he showed me that he was ready). I stage an F-250 at one of the large private parking lots and drop him off when it's time to push. He is very responsible and went through a training period first (after a number of years with a shovel).
    Even more coincidentally:
    He works for me during the off-snow season also and has been saving for a jeep (and of course a plow). We just started searching for a good used this week.
    Get out there with your Dad if you can. Watch and learn, look for ways to help, bust your butt with a shovel and de-icing sidewalks, load salt, look for ways to help. You'll probably end up getting paid but even if you don't you get the privilege of learning how to get the job done and you and your Dad get to spend the time together. Then when it's your time to roll you'll be good to go.
    You want to be real popular and set yourself up for success? Pick up a book on basic hydraulics and the owner's manual (or better yet a service manual) for whatever plow your Pop has. Assign yourself homework and know what your talking about when a problem or maintenance comes up. If you end up plowing later you'll have to know the stuff anyway. Do it now and your ahead of the game and you show yourself as a motivated, "can do", be prepared young man who has something of real value to offer (besides muscle). Us older guys and particularly us father's, eat all that stuff up.
    I think it's great that your interested and hope that you do well. Turn that interest into motivated action and you will.
    Go with God:salute:
    Bob
     
  11. rainair

    rainair Senior Member
    Messages: 153

    to the future pros in snow

    frogman, thats fantastic, could not have said it better!!



    :waving:
     
  12. Luppy

    Luppy Senior Member
    Messages: 325

    lol. I was going to post a picture of my TJ when I saw the subject of this thread but I see snowybowtie beat me to it.

    That's my TJ and yes it does do a great job. Did me 42 driveways one day in a footer plus storm without a hiccup just to give an idea.

    Jeep is setup as follows: Meyer 2 meter with the E-47, 4.0L, 5spd manual, DT3000 shocks, Timbrens up front, 30 X 9.5 BFG AT KO tires.


    Here's a link to another photo of my jeep during one of the first baby storms last year.
    http://www.imagestation.com/picture/sraid83/pf89abbc8f21b69dce27f0197b27f71a3/fae6b23e.jpg
     
    Last edited: Nov 21, 2003
  13. gunsworth

    gunsworth Senior Member
    Messages: 510

    heres some of a friend of mines, I will have some of our TJ as soon as we get the airbags in.

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    BTW mines the big white one behind em, and no I will not bring a plow anywhere near it. I dont think a plow would work well in situations like this
    [​IMG]
     
  14. 1977/85scottspecial

    1977/85scottspecial Member
    from Indiana
    Messages: 60

  15. easthavenplower

    easthavenplower Senior Member
    Messages: 282

    daaabm did he out
     
  16. Luppy

    Luppy Senior Member
    Messages: 325

    Here's another of my TJ all ready to go. Will post more pics of her in action after I get back from plowing tomorrow. [​IMG]
     
  17. jeepboy

    jeepboy Member
    Messages: 56

    here's the only pic i havw with the plow on

    dcp_0001.jpg
     
  18. tvpierce

    tvpierce Senior Member
    from Maine
    Messages: 209

    Mine's a CJ not a YJ, but I'm guessing that the mounting is similar -- perhaps even more so than the TJ.

    cj-7 plow 3.jpg
     
  19. penberth

    penberth Member
    Messages: 72

    Hey Jeepboy, I see you have a plow and a winch on that TJ. I always wondered how that was, but it looks like the Jeep carries it well. Unfortunately on my Cherokee, I had to take the winch off to put the plow on. I hated to have to do that since I usually got to use the winch at least once each winter on someone's car.

    Maybe I need to get another Wrangler.

    Give you guys a Jeep Wave.
    :waving:
     
  20. jeepboy

    jeepboy Member
    Messages: 56

    penberth, it works out pretty well the winch mounts on top of the western bracket,when install my plow bracket in the winter i just slide it under the winch. That picture is before my addition of a 2 inch lift and 31 inch tires. Also i have extended the blade to 7 foot 8 inches. I'll try to get some updated pics this next week.