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Thats enuffff, help now! Iv had it

Discussion in 'SnowDogg Snow Plows' started by split2ndnova, Feb 21, 2010.

  1. split2ndnova

    split2ndnova Member
    Messages: 47

    I just tore my garage apart and i am going to start on the house if i cant get help.

    If v dogg wasnt kind enuf to help me, id be hurting, 3 days later!!!!!

    I did the warranty switch and got the plow up ater 4 dam days. Now when i move the wings, i hear a fluid sound that sound brutal and my plow is leaking fluid. I want help now before we get a foot of snow tomorrow night!!!!

    What is the problem now? Is there air in my lines? The hoses seem tight and ok and the bottom of the motor is where its leaking. Whats sad is there is only a quarter tank of fluid and it still wants to leak out.

    Snowdogg, now is your time to shine seeing the dealers in chicago wont give us the time of day as i predicted would happen. I should not be doing this but i cant trust the dealers after the posts i have seen. I am the only one who cares about my stuff. Period! I assume fix the thing myself. Now i have a storm coming and an x wife that wont leave me alone. Lets get the show on the road with suggestions, here........................
     
  2. buckwheat_la

    buckwheat_la 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,254

    i have a suggestion for you, find one of the buyers/snowdogg reps and PM him (if you don't have a PM function yet because you don't have enough posts i well do it for you) it well show up in his email and he well probably check on it tomorrow. i have no vested interest in SnowDogg, but always wanting to help out a fellow snow removal contractor
     
  3. Plowfixguys

    Plowfixguys Senior Member
    Messages: 222

    Split, I understand your frustration.
    I will get you in tomorrow morning if you want to come north. Let me know if you want to come in and I will give you directions to my front door.
    We will do our very best to get you back on the road.
    We can fix your plow but I cont do anything about your ex.
     
  4. augerandblade

    augerandblade PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,054

    First a plow problem and then u-joints, early a.m. repair mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm sounds bad, get some rest, get yourself together, thats the only way you will get over this. Get Outa that garage.
     
  5. tuney443

    tuney443 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,847

    ''We can fix your plow but I cont do anything about your ex. ''

    That's funny.Shouldn't a real plow mechanic be able to do both?:D
     
  6. Plowfixguys

    Plowfixguys Senior Member
    Messages: 222

    Well I do lease my building from an Italian concrete contractor, maybe he can help. LOL
     
  7. split2ndnova

    split2ndnova Member
    Messages: 47

    Thanx to all that posted. I suspect, the blocks o-rings arent lined up. I finally got done with my trucks driveline. What sux is, the slip yoke is frozen in the shaft so wish me luck plowing with it. I will get the shaft redone on monday sometime but snow needs to be snorted or plowed and quite frankly, i dont have a straw thats big enuf.... LMFBO!!
     
  8. split2ndnova

    split2ndnova Member
    Messages: 47

    Yea, I am exhausted. I found theleak and its not a good one. Its a valve but the reason it is leaking is a overtightening of the valve from the factory so the new block is dunzo, IMO. Never should aluminum be too tight with anything due to thread stripping so I am now giving up. I took an old valve off my old block and the leak is tolerable but temporary.

    Now, my right wing is wanting to play games and wanting to go backward when I press forward. The plow wont angle at all. The wiring diagram is not anything like my new setup as the blocks are all turned different so it may be wiring. Can someone explain how the diagram works so I can double check?? PLOWFIXGUYS I am now willing to go wherever. I have hours into this now and cant keep this up. I can come by monday morning.

    If I didnt love my dogg so much, I would have come unglued today but it was my idea to fix this thing. I wish the guy who put the block together would have just trashed the box instead of sending it to me damaged, that is not the cool thing to do.
     
  9. Plowfixguys

    Plowfixguys Senior Member
    Messages: 222

    7401 N St. Louis ave Skokie IL 60076. Here is my cell 847-847-8369 if you have any problems getting here. I am here now.
     
  10. CornerStoneProp

    CornerStoneProp Senior Member
    Messages: 222

    Mine had the same issue. The local dealer contacted Buyers and had the part the next day! Not one issue since then. Good luck!
     
  11. split2ndnova

    split2ndnova Member
    Messages: 47

    I apologize for not contacting you all but I had to make the best out of the situation. When I arrived at my account at 7 am, my plow was up and down only. It was difficult but I got my work done, thank god. I received my new block but before I install it , I need the following info :

    The new block has small plastic blocks over the valves that are in a different position then the diagram's black blocks with wires. Now, I understand common sense but cant I get some direction on this before I start, to be 100% positive. I also need to get a diagram for the hoses. Anything so I am sure. Lastly, how do I flush my system? Can I use synthetic atf like some guys do? Please send me the info so I can get this dunzo. Thanks to all that helped and I would go to Skokie but its an hour from here and its too risky with this plow I would bet. Billy