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Plow articulation

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Greenery, Nov 29, 2009.

  1. Greenery

    Greenery 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,379

    How much up and down articultion do you guys feel is acceptable on your plow before it is worn enough to need repair or replacement? Meaning when your plow is raised somewhat and level you grab one end and lift and then push down. How much movement is acceptable? I know on my Hiniker some of the A frame holes are getting a little sloppy.
  2. grandview

    grandview PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 14,609

    On the older Fishers the holes would oval out but it never needed and fixing on it. My Boss v plow flops a little and that's because the springs are a little loose.
  3. breadoflife

    breadoflife Member
    Messages: 85

    i think as long as its performance isnt affected much if at all, i wouldnt worry about it
  4. jomama45

    jomama45 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,172

    What kind of plow is it?
  5. wirenut

    wirenut Senior Member
    from nh
    Messages: 507

    if it stays on when lifted its good to go.....:laughing:
  6. Deco

    Deco Senior Member
    Messages: 453

    try to tighten the main bolt on sector . if it's oblonged , forgettabout it .
  7. In2toys

    In2toys Senior Member
    Messages: 319

    Acceptable??? My old western must go up & down at least 6 - 8 ". prsport:drinkup: It provides better plow contact on uneven lots.. Plus with it raised going down the hiway you can wave at people by giving the wheel a little bump.
  8. overtime

    overtime Senior Member
    Messages: 153

    Nice like that waving at people. Mine always don't that also never worried. Have a 7 6 boss
  9. 2low4nh

    2low4nh Member
    from NH
    Messages: 61

    its an easy fix if you know how to weld. just drill out a plate weld over the hole. or cut out and weld in a new plate.