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Snow removal

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by collegiate, Nov 26, 2003.

  1. collegiate

    collegiate Junior Member
    Messages: 4

    Just wondering if anyone uses a Jeep Wrangler for snow removal? What type of blade do you use and how effective is this? I am just starting a Landscaping business and i have a few customers wanting snow removal also. I do not get large amounts, usually. Here in Virginia we may get 3 or 4 inches 2 or 3 times a year. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  2. Moosehunter

    Moosehunter Member
    Messages: 75


    Hi!! :waving: And WELCOME!!! I'm sort of new here myself and have found this site to be a wealth of info. Try out the search function located up top and I'm sure your questions will be answered

    We're using a Wrangler for the first time this year and having only one push under our belts, it's hard to give a overall opinion. BUT.... From what we've seen so far.... For tight spots it can't be beat. :nod:

    Try this thread...

    Hope it works....

    Last edited: Nov 26, 2003
  3. collegiate

    collegiate Junior Member
    Messages: 4

    thanks so much. that really helped alot. sounds like that is a go then for the jeeps. im excited, cannot wait to get all the equipment together. once again, thanks.
  4. Moosehunter

    Moosehunter Member
    Messages: 75

    You are very welcome!!! Glad I could help.

    If you have any other question, feel free to PM me and I'll do my best to get some answers for you!!

  5. hoot

    hoot Senior Member
    from SE Pa.
    Messages: 156

    The older ones worked great for lthe lighter amounts....
  6. edshipp19

    edshipp19 Senior Member
    Messages: 147

    Where in VA are you?
  7. collegiate

    collegiate Junior Member
    Messages: 4

    southwest... roanoke valley

    CARDOCTOR PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,304

    nothing better than an old flat fender

  9. meyer22288

    meyer22288 Senior Member
    Messages: 999

    jeep wranglers are great plow trucks for tight areas and smaller drivways. meyer, western and sno-way all work great on jeep wranlgers. 6.5 is the best size blade to put on one:)
  10. uptown

    uptown Junior Member
    Messages: 7

    we have used jeep wranglers for many years . They work great for sidewalks and small lots but have the power to do the work of a large plow truck. we use western standard 6.5, no problems:)
  11. TRplow

    TRplow Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    I have '97 TJ with western sport plow it's 6 1/2 ft and use it for our small office parking lot. Select winter tires and don't let snow get deeper than 6 inches and it will handle it well. Last year we had some deep drifting snows and pushing that around took a long time as the light weight of the jeep and blade just made more work. The jeep is definitely great in tight turns and small spaces.
    Don't bother with a 4 cylinder or autobox as that will just be useless. Also a limited slip diff would be nice if you can get that as I did get stuck at times an the open diff just doesn't't help much even with 4 wheel drive.
    I also had a CJ with a heavy 6ft western blade that was awesome, but I got tired of fixing it and it was no way as comfy as the TJ,

    Good luck