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The best cutting edge.

Discussion in 'Sno-Way Discussion' started by Pearcelawn, Oct 9, 2008.

  1. Pearcelawn

    Pearcelawn Senior Member
    Messages: 368

    I have a 22 series and I need a new edge for it. Which one will last the longest? Also I know no one can quote a price but could someone give me a ball park figure? Like + or - 50bucks would be cool if possible. If not no problem and thanks in advance.
     
  2. Pearcelawn

    Pearcelawn Senior Member
    Messages: 368

    Anyone out there?
     
  3. 06HD BOSS

    06HD BOSS 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,611

    Tom must be off today.....
    -----------> :drinkup:
     
  4. Kevin Kendrick

    Kevin Kendrick Senior Member
    Messages: 397

    You will be in the neighborhood of $160 for a steel cutting edge which, includes the bag of bolts.
     
  5. toby4492

    toby4492 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,513

    There are 2 different edges available for the 22 series. Either 1/4" or 3/8". The 3/8" would have a longer wear life.
     
  6. basher

    basher PlowSite Fanatic
    from 19707
    Messages: 8,993

    There is also the poly, wears well, is quiet, and paved surface friendly.
     
  7. nbenallo33

    nbenallo33 Senior Member
    Messages: 826

    basher's right there is a poly cutting edge aswell but go with the steel cutting edge since you were concerned about the life of the cutting edge... unless you have one of those accounts that dont want you to scrape on the concrete
     
  8. nbenallo33

    nbenallo33 Senior Member
    Messages: 826

    sorry dont know how we all lost this yesterday :confused: :realmad:
     
  9. Pearcelawn

    Pearcelawn Senior Member
    Messages: 368

    I appreciate the help. Long life is a concern. I want to do it right the first time. I don't have any issues with paved surfaces. Have a steel one now and it has worked well.

    I do have a couple of drives that are concrete though. Maybe a poly is for me.

    Anyone else want to chime in?

    Thanks again. Plowsite and the folks here rule!!
     
  10. g.moore

    g.moore Senior Member
    Messages: 164

    I'm running a $59 Meyer, welded up the existing holes and redrilled for the Sno Way bolt pattern, ran great all through last winter. Wore off about 1/8" overall.