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Lower push plate only old style meyers WTB

Discussion in 'Residential Snow Removal' started by one ton dually, Nov 13, 2005.

  1. one ton dually

    one ton dually Member
    Messages: 61

    Looking for the peice that goes on the bottom of plow frame the blade hook's on to.The peice your plow pin's go threw on ANY older frame.Im fabricating a meyer's 7ft blade on my backhoe,and any one from any older meyer's frame will work.I just need the chanel iron with the 2 mount's that pin's go threw and I can bolt it to my bucket.Not looking to spend alot on this becouse it's a 1956 MM backhoe and I will only being useing to pile snow for the kid's to have a great snow hill too ride down.I did it last year with just the bucket,and a blade would give me that extra bit to make it higher.I had a doner bald given to me from a local so all I need it that peice.
     
  2. sbt1

    sbt1 Member
    Messages: 59

    Dude

    There is no such thing as a Meyers plow.

    There is a company called Meyer who makes a plow... get it.. no S.

    We don't spell Fisher with a K, we don't spell Western with a B... so don't spell Meyer with an S.
     
  3. gpin

    gpin Senior Member
    Messages: 390

    Yeesh, one ton dually should be banished forever for his blatant disregard proper Pronouns. I on the other hand understood the question and am a little peeved as I just let go of some older Meyers and Fishcker frames. Sorry, one ton.
     
  4. one ton dually

    one ton dually Member
    Messages: 61

    SBt1 Give me a break eah! if you don't know what MEYER or MEYERS mean's you need out of the plowing bus.(LOL).Any exsperianced guy's or gal's you know what I mean,and need.thank You.
     
  5. gpin

    gpin Senior Member
    Messages: 390

    One Ton, I don't care how you spell it. You're the man keeping the late 70s Fords going, especially up in rusty New England. I still have one "round headlight" truck going and I'm proud of it.
     
  6. one ton dually

    one ton dually Member
    Messages: 61

    Thank's GPIN,I have 2 Bronco's one Supercab,and one oneton dually 4x4 that has no payment's,and there all turn key plow truck's.I don't plow with all them but if I had to I can.I stick with the one ton dually 4x4 dump.i run a 9ft Fisher(hope I spelled it right(LOL)).my bloode run's blue and alway will!:drinkup: