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need help mounting cylinder

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Chris S, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. Chris S

    Chris S Junior Member
    Messages: 24

    I have a 6 foot plow on my jeep and a e47 pump. The plow however does not have angle cylinders. I would like to add the angle cylinders to the plow. I am guessing that I need two 10x1.5" cylinders and the hoses.

    I would however like to know if this is feasable and if anyone has any pictures of how they mount. I can weld so that is not a problem.

    Thanks
     
  2. Kramer

    Kramer Senior Member
    Messages: 386

    I know this isn't what you're asking, but considering the additional controls for angle movement, wouldn't it be cheaper and easier to just get a used 4 way plow for the jeep and sell the one you have????




    With regard to the cylinders, I will look up mine (a 6'9" fisher), but I think someone could snap you a picture of the actual setup which would be better than a description.
     
  3. Chris S

    Chris S Junior Member
    Messages: 24

    I already have the controls and pump that will work. I have no problem getting the angle cylinders to work. I just need to see how they mount.

    Thanks for the input
     
  4. Mark Witcher

    Mark Witcher Senior Member
    Messages: 604

    If its a Meyer plow it should be all ready setup to put on the power cylinders.
     
  5. Chris S

    Chris S Junior Member
    Messages: 24

    it is an older meyer and was made to manually turn the blade. I just want to add angle cylinders to the blade as I now have a power angle pump.

    Thanks
     
  6. PlowKid150

    PlowKid150 Senior Member
    Messages: 165

    u can mod the hell out of a meyer E47. i would say that the cylinders u are talking about are a good size, just grab some hyrdro lines some pins and cotter pins, drill the holes and your in business. the only tricky part may be the solenoids for left/right