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Just a few pics!

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by mowmannnn, Jan 29, 2003.

  1. mowmannnn

    mowmannnn Banned
    Messages: 31

    Well, just got back from the route and just washed up the plow and truck, thought I would snap a couple a pics for everyone!

  2. mowmannnn

    mowmannnn Banned
    Messages: 31

    Here is another one! When I left home last this morning, there was two inches. When I returned, there was this trace of snow! Oh well, a two inch trigger is a two inch trigger! Let it snow!

  3. mowmannnn

    mowmannnn Banned
    Messages: 31

    Still waiting on my new U-edge(hint hint Dino! ha ha!) And still waiting on info on the Turkey wings.
  4. Grshppr

    Grshppr Senior Member
    Messages: 268

    Nice truck Lee. And I thought I was the only one using Meyer Plows ;)
  5. wxmn6

    wxmn6 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,037

    Nice truck Lee! And nice .... ummm.... well I don't know about that Meyer plow but I will accept that. :D We're not a big Meyer fans but I'm sure that it would work out good for you. :)
  6. mowmannnn

    mowmannnn Banned
    Messages: 31

    Nope! I bought the truck new in 99 and bought the plow that same season. Change out the oil and keep it washed and waxed, it has never let me down! I don't understand why everyone bashes Meyer. Meyer and Western are the only two options here in Springfield area. Meyer was cheaper by about $500, that was enough for me!:D
  7. snow_man_48045

    snow_man_48045 Senior Member
    Messages: 324

    How's your E-60 pump holding up? How old is your plow, cause the meyer label is still on the malboard? Mine wore off after 2 big storms on my MD-II, CP-8 . Not that big of deal really, still works great, never any probs after 2 1/2 years..
    Nice rig, hope u get a good snow fall and when u do send it here too :waving:
  8. mowmannnn

    mowmannnn Banned
    Messages: 31

    2003 will be the fourth year for the plow. We only get 4 or 5 good snows a year, the rest are Martha Stewart types. To do my route and what little I sub I am usually in the truck about 18 to 22 hours at a time. Yeah, that sticker is hanging in there! I don't know, maybe it has something to do with being waxed every year!
  9. mowmannnn

    mowmannnn Banned
    Messages: 31

    Oops! The E-60 has held up great! No complaints from me whatsoever! I was kind of wondering when I should see about rebuilding it. Tearing it down and putting it back together would be an easy summer project!