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MM2 EZV problem

Discussion in 'Fisher Engineering Discussion' started by slimquinella, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. slimquinella

    slimquinella Member
    from maine
    Messages: 30

    i took my plow off so i could get some break work done to my truck, i went to put it back on today and i cannot get the plow on.
    When i line up and put the plow in the frame the truck is too high, i tried scraping snow off the drive way to lower the truck, but it was still too high. i tried to raise the jack stand on the plow but then it doesn't allow me too much room to push the frame in and lock the pins.

    what should i do now? try to put a jack undwer the cross member of the plow frame and jack it up and in?
     
  2. robertpkerrsr@h

    robertpkerrsr@h Member
    Messages: 40

    I may have had the same problem once if I understand you correctly. I couldn't get my plow on one time because the chain did not have enough slack. After fooling around with a jack I hooked up the electric stuff and put the plow in float and closed up the piston a little. This gave the frame more travel movement so it can be locked in. I hope this helps. You may have a different problem?
     
  3. RLM

    RLM PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,270

    Could be alot of things. Over the years I have had ice form in the push plates, plows sink into the gravel, forgetting to fully collapse the lift cylinder, switch plows between truck (with different heights). Ussally a floor jack helps alot.
     
  4. slimquinella

    slimquinella Member
    from maine
    Messages: 30

    im thinking if i can get the blade up on some 2x4s and then it'll raise the whole frame up enough for me to engage the pins