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new guy question

Discussion in 'Boss Plows Discussion' started by dcarr, Feb 16, 2015.

  1. dcarr

    dcarr Member
    from ct
    Messages: 31

    i need to know if this is normal or if i have an issue, when i push into a bank at an angle or if i try to push a big pile my blade angles itself. do they do this after so much pressure or am i having a valve issue? im not slamming into the banks but trying to make a little more room around the yard.
     
  2. dieselss

    dieselss PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 10,924

    Normal. Supposed to do that. Relief valve
     
  3. dcarr

    dcarr Member
    from ct
    Messages: 31

    Ok. I was thinking it was something like that. Only started doing it recently that I noticed but the snow piles are getting bigger so I guess that's why. Thank you.
     
  4. RSE

    RSE Member
    Messages: 90

    Yes, it is supposed to do that. I think its better than Fisher because theirs doesn't do that and you end up really hammering your truck and plow.
     
  5. cpmi

    cpmi Senior Member
    from CT
    Messages: 162

    What ?? Every Fisher I have ever owned over the past 25 years has done just that-matter of fact the Meyer plow I owned years ago also did--crossover relief/pressure relief valves if set correctly will do that to prevent "hammering" the plow& truck
     
  6. jhenderson9196

    jhenderson9196 Senior Member
    Messages: 615

    Every plow made has relief valves for lift and angle. Just a fool making an ignorant comment.
     
  7. TJS

    TJS PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,339

    Too add they are all adjustable as well.
     
  8. RSE

    RSE Member
    Messages: 90