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Ohio to use TowPlows

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Sean Adams, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. Sean Adams

    Sean Adams Member
    Messages: 40

  2. ahoron

    ahoron Senior Member
    from here
    Messages: 422

  3. toby4492

    toby4492 2000 Club Member
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  4. ahoron

    ahoron Senior Member
    from here
    Messages: 422

    :help::DJust incase his link doesn't work:D
     
  5. Cassy

    Cassy Senior Member
    Messages: 180

    That's a great idea
     
  6. kootoomootoo

    kootoomootoo Senior Member
    Messages: 144

    how do you pass it..
     
  7. thesnowman269

    thesnowman269 Senior Member
    Messages: 954

    wow. thats pretty cool. I wonder how they keep the trailer from sliding around during a big snow fall and all the snow pushing against the blade. Wouldn't all that force cause the trailer to slide into the other lane? if all that makes sence
     
  8. 2COR517

    2COR517 PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 7,115

    In typical DOT fashion, he's only plowing a half inch of snow, if that. They must all take a class, it's the same up here.:angry:
     
  9. redman6565

    redman6565 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,411

    ya i think it was JD that was showing me one of those last season. impressive, very impressive
     
  10. SnowMatt13

    SnowMatt13 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,535

    I've seen those in a few states now being used, or prototypes being tested.
    Iowa has a tractor/trailer combo that the tractor has a plow and wing and the trailer holds tons and tons of salt along with thousands of gallons of brine.
     
  11. oldmankent

    oldmankent PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,318

    I would imagine the trailer wheels somehow self adjust to offset how hard the plow is pushing on the trailer. But then again, maybe they just turn to a set point and as long as the truck doesn't stray too much the trailer will track back behind it even if it gets pushed around a little.
     
  12. stumpslawncare

    stumpslawncare Member
    from Indiana
    Messages: 60

    I just saw an article where they are going to be trying one of those out on the interstate around Ft. Wayne, Indiana also...
     
  13. AiRhed

    AiRhed Senior Member
    Messages: 401

    Never seen one plowing, but I've passed a few Muni's with one in tow. Pretty nice piece of equipment
     
  14. kcplowman

    kcplowman Member
    Messages: 63

    I have seen them in action many times. The first time you see one in action it will deffinatley make to do a double take.