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Meyer Plow value

Discussion in 'Meyer / Diamond Products Discussion' started by country_boy_200, Feb 16, 2014.

  1. country_boy_200

    country_boy_200 Junior Member
    Messages: 13

    im looking at a meyer 7.6 tube mount plow for my 88. its a steel blade, good paint in good shape, 3 trip springs, rebuilt e47 with mount and wireing harness. it has the touch pad controller. everything appears to be in good shape. whats it worth?
     
  2. fhafer

    fhafer Member
    Messages: 66

    In the Hampton Roads area of Virginia it would fetch about $800.00-$1,000.00 if it's in decent condition. I've seen them as low as $350.00 in deplorable shape up to dreamers asking $2,000.00 for a rig like you described. Location will drive the price as much as condition does. Brick nose and bull nose F-250s with plows are not very rare.
     
  3. tjctransport

    tjctransport PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,390

    i just bought pretty much the same setup, only with an E-60 pump for $400.
     
  4. JeepCoMJ

    JeepCoMJ Senior Member
    Messages: 284

    $400. Is dirt cheap.


    That is a $1200 setup all day long.
     
  5. country_boy_200

    country_boy_200 Junior Member
    Messages: 13

    ok thanks guys, that's about what I was guessing, I think im going to go take a look at it today.
     
  6. fhafer

    fhafer Member
    Messages: 66

    I bought the same rig; E47, ST 7.5 for a 1990 F-250, but mine has the two toggle switch rather than the touch pad. Three years ago it was advertised for $900.00 and I paid $750.00 cash.
     
  7. country_boy_200

    country_boy_200 Junior Member
    Messages: 13

    well I bought it, I paid 1300 for the plow, wireing harness, touch pad, new plow shoes, new plow marker stick thingys (lol), the mount, the bolts, a spare e 47 complete a spare light bulb, and a set of ford truck service manuals. I don't think I did too bad. paint is pretty good, some rust bubbling that ill need to fix. good hoses, dry cylenders no welds or bends and a god cut edge.
     
  8. fhafer

    fhafer Member
    Messages: 66

    It sounds like a pretty good deal to me. Pull the trip springs and test the pivot pins to make sure the sector isn't rusted to the moldboard...then grease it like a cabin boy.
     
  9. country_boy_200

    country_boy_200 Junior Member
    Messages: 13

    thanks for the advice, I was going to do an oil change in it as well.
     
  10. motormouse172

    motormouse172 Member
    from usa
    Messages: 68

    yup! learned that the hard way
     
  11. country_boy_200

    country_boy_200 Junior Member
    Messages: 13

    hopefully I can get it all mounted next weekend.