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New snowdogg plow for 07 tundra

Discussion in 'SnowDogg Snow Plows' started by rthomas1787, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. rthomas1787

    rthomas1787 Junior Member
    from alaska
    Messages: 10

    I just purchased a snowdogg plow for my 07 Toyota tundra 4x4 double cab 5.7L. I am having it installed this Thursday. Hopefully everything will go well with the plow. I will give you guys more updates of how the plow is when I start getting some snow. I'll put some pics of it up to when I get it. Anybody else have tundra with snowdogg plows on them? If you do how are they working out and have you had any problems with them?
     
  2. snowjams

    snowjams Junior Member
    Messages: 10

    I got one HD75 on an 2008 in october,waiting to use for the first time.It is snowing right now so it should be soon.Only issue i had was that the authorized dealer is no longer authorized by the company so i just wait for a response from the company.I think it will all work out but sure puts me and a bunch of other new buyers in a hard spot if we do need to get repairs done.Maybe the company rep will contact me soon.Good luck with that install,let us know how it works for ya.
     
  3. rthomas1787

    rthomas1787 Junior Member
    from alaska
    Messages: 10

    Here are the pics of the plow on the truck. I picked it up 2 days ago. Now i'm just waiting for snow

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  4. snowjams

    snowjams Junior Member
    Messages: 10

    tundradogg

    That plow looks good on that Tundra.We got about ten inches of the wet heavy stuff so i went out at about 1:30 am today and did about 10 drives and half of an 75+ condo complex with the dogg and tundra.All went well with both but one light almost fell off,just had to retighten nuts under all.Tundra at one point the wipers went very slow for about half an hour then started working fine again,who knows what thats about ?I will be going at it again this afternoon cause we got a few more inches,then comes the cold stuff.Good luck with your tundradogg.
     
  5. naturalgreen

    naturalgreen Senior Member
    Messages: 404

    plow looks good on a beauty of a truck
     
  6. blackhawk0622

    blackhawk0622 Junior Member
    Messages: 12

    MD75 or HD75

    I am looking to purchase a Snowdogg Snowplow for my 2010 Toyota Tundra Rock Warrior. Can anyone tell me if the HD75 will work on my Tundra? I want to be sure that it isnt too heavy. Or should I go for the MD75?
     
  7. blackhawk0622

    blackhawk0622 Junior Member
    Messages: 12

    SNOWJAMS, how does that HD75 fit your Tundra? Does it dip the front end down at all? I know its a heavy plow.
     
  8. snowjams

    snowjams Junior Member
    Messages: 10

    hd75

    Have not had any problem ,I thought about timbrens to help but was not alot of bonus height so i just left it stock.I did put snow treads on and about 500# ballast in back end to help .I like the heavy plow to do a better job and no ride up over snow.Good luck blackhawk 0622.
     
  9. blackhawk0622

    blackhawk0622 Junior Member
    Messages: 12

    Thanx for your help. I do hear the heavy plow is the way to go. Would you happen to have any pics of your tundra with the plow mounted that you can share? Also, what kind of tundra do you have?
     
  10. snowjams

    snowjams Junior Member
    Messages: 10

    I have an 2008 Tundra grade,double cab with 8' bed,sorry no pictures
     
  11. blackhawk0622

    blackhawk0622 Junior Member
    Messages: 12

    Do you get any sag when the plow is lifted?
     
  12. snowjams

    snowjams Junior Member
    Messages: 10

    about 2" down
     
  13. blackhawk0622

    blackhawk0622 Junior Member
    Messages: 12

    whoa 2" is a lot...maybe I should go for the MD75 with the 2" do you still have a lot of ground clearance? Do you have TRD suspension or just reg suspension?
     
  14. blackhawk0622

    blackhawk0622 Junior Member
    Messages: 12

    Snowjams....@" seems like a lot. Do you still have good ground clearance? Do you have TRD suspension or the reg suspension?
     
  15. blackhawk0622

    blackhawk0622 Junior Member
    Messages: 12

    Ok guys I had my HD75 installed on my 2010 Tundra Rock Warrior and it looks great. Now I just need a lil snow to get the full effect of the plow. It looks great and I will put up some pics soon. I am just having a problem with the lights. I have aftermarket HID lamps installed and they just dont seem to want to work with the snowdogg......any ideas guys?

    Am I doing something wrong? Did I miss a step?
     
  16. Plowfixguys

    Plowfixguys Senior Member
    Messages: 222

    We did installs on two Tundras this season, though I don't remember what years they are. Only thing I would suggest would be some ballast in the rear and Timbrins in the front. The ones we did were kinda light in the rear and after the ballast and Timbrins they leveled out nicely and plowed much better.
     
  17. dirtybird

    dirtybird Junior Member
    from 02347
    Messages: 20

    Something is wrong if you are getting 2". I've got the HD75 on my 2011 Tundra DC and it drops 3/4" I'm going to put in leveling struts next season but so far so good. After taking the plow screws out and putting lock-tite on eveything it's GTG.