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parts list

Discussion in 'Fisher Engineering Discussion' started by db27, Aug 19, 2006.

  1. db27

    db27 Member
    Messages: 54

    :confused: Went to a local fisher dealer here in ma and they quoted me a decent price for a 8' hd M.M 2 to fit my dodge 2500 4x4 1996 diesel.Im picking it up next week and doing the install myself.The dealer gave me a print out of 9 part # that are needed.How do I check to see if i am leaving there with all the stuff?Is there anywhere to get a part list?
    The quote doesnt say complete package just a list of part #.:confused:
    Is this normal.
    I dont want to be 3/4 way thru install and find out im missing a 600.00 part and go back there and have them say you got to pay for it cause the quote don't say complete package.just................
    28000 8.0 hd
    27777 mm2 hea
    7157 pec att
    8940-2 insta a
    8292 joystic
    28800 intensi
    29050 plug in
    29070 3 port
    28532 ez flow
     
  2. fire&ice

    fire&ice Junior Member
    Messages: 17

    Do yourself a favor. Ask for the 29060, the non DRL module, instead of the 29070. The29070 was recalled.
     
  3. LON

    LON Senior Member
    Messages: 749

    can get the numbers from the web

    go here and put in the required info - http://www.fisherplows.com/ematch.asp - just hit "start ematch" At the end you can print out the info w/ numbers. The only thing it doesn't give you is the oil part number, which you all ready have. If it were me I'd go for the 9400 hand-held control. I say this because the joystick doesn't have the build in "soft stop" that the hand-held unit has. With the joystick, when angling left, the valve closes when you leave off the handle and since the motor is still turning you get a pressure spike that rock the truck (best way I can explain it). Some guys like it 'cause it shakes the snow off.

    Lon
     
  4. db27

    db27 Member
    Messages: 54

    thanks

    thanks lon that link is just what i needed:bluebounc
     
  5. LON

    LON Senior Member
    Messages: 749

    Your quite welcome :waving: . Try to help anyway I can.
    Lon