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Mount Installation

Discussion in 'Sno-Way Discussion' started by TomB...IN, Jan 5, 2009.

  1. TomB...IN

    TomB...IN Member
    from Indiana
    Messages: 32

    OK ive almost got this plow ready to go, only a few quick questions.

    #1) how hard is it to install the truck mount (I have fairly good mechanical skills and tools)
    #2) I dont know if this mount is coming with any hardware or not....if not what should I get (grade?)(size)etc.
    #3) Anyone have any tips, pointers, advice, or comments?


    Thanks
    Tom
     
  2. basher

    basher PlowSite Fanatic
    from 19707
    Messages: 8,992

    Follow the instructions.
     
  3. Hooker751

    Hooker751 Member
    Messages: 33

    Hi Tom
    What kind of sno-way plow did you get???? I live in Indiana too.
    Harold I have the 28 series V-Plow.
     
  4. s_melchi

    s_melchi Senior Member
    Messages: 183

    If you need anything let me know. I am an Indiana dealer.
     
  5. TomB...IN

    TomB...IN Member
    from Indiana
    Messages: 32

    I am in South Eastern Boone County

    I bought a used Sno-way 25D (older plow)


    Tom
     
  6. Hooker751

    Hooker751 Member
    Messages: 33

    Hay Tom that is cool Mine is about 6 yreas old and still does a great job. I'm in Indianapolis. We need to pray for some SNOW huh!!! When you get it hooked up send me a picture of it on your truck.
    Harold
     
  7. TomB...IN

    TomB...IN Member
    from Indiana
    Messages: 32

    10-4 on that one Harold! I read on weather.com where we are 9 inches below average for this time of year :(

    What kind of rig you got pushing that v-plow?

    Tom
     
  8. Hooker751

    Hooker751 Member
    Messages: 33

    Hay Tom

    My truck is a Chev 2001 2500 HD Club Cab with Sno-Way 28 series V plow on it and my truck pictures are in the Sno-way Threads numbers picture 190 &192. Let me know if you find them ok?
    Harold
     
  9. TomB...IN

    TomB...IN Member
    from Indiana
    Messages: 32

    Harold

    Looking good my man! Is the truck Maroon? Assuming it were to snow (haha) how much plowing do you do? I am just getting started and like picking everyone's brain about their operations.


    Tom
     
  10. Hooker751

    Hooker751 Member
    Messages: 33

    Tom
    Not a problem. I have been plowing for about 20years off and on and now for the lAST 4 YEARS IT IS ON AGAIN WITH THIS TRUCK HERE. yES , THIS IS MY BABY AND IT DOES A VERY GOOD JOB. i HAVE HAD JUST ABOUT ALL OF THEM , except a Boss plow. I love my Snow-Way and think it is the best one out there right now that I know of buddy. The truck is Maroon in color and the snow was in my cuzin driveway that I had just got done with that year. Yes, we need to have our Snow-Way dealers help us with a SNOW DANCE for Indiana to get some soon. I have some contacts that I do and then everyone else finds me and they will keep me very busy if we get enough snow on the ground. Little snow won't keep you busy ,Tom >> but if we get over 5inches or so people will be remembering you for sure and calling to see when you can get to thier house HEE HEE LOL i'M G;LAD you like the pictures.
    Harold
     
  11. Hooker751

    Hooker751 Member
    Messages: 33

    Tom >...Also remember that you won't get anywhere if you don't "PICK" someone brain . my buddy, This is the way we learn and get better at what we do in life. I can wait to see your truck when you are done. Make sure you let me know or shoot me a picture of it.

    E-mail me anytime at hewatters7601@sbcglobal.net also.
    Take care and watch the weather. HEE HEE LOL I'm going to get my dancing shoes ready!!!!! :)