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Where can i get a frame diagram

Discussion in 'SNO-PRO PLOW AND ACCESSORIES by Curtis' started by JAYINH, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. JAYINH

    JAYINH Member
    Messages: 36

    Hi, guys, I am new here but saved the site due to the ton of great info on here. I am looking to find a dagram for my trip edge curtis plow i bought new 5-6 years back. the kickstand stopped working last year and i want to repair it but cant figure out how it works...! I pulled it apart and found 2 pistons shocks above the kickstand but dont see how they work... the switch is also MIA, cant remember what happen to it when it broke. thanks for any input. jay
     
  2. JAYINH

    JAYINH Member
    Messages: 36

    this is the one i have

    tripedge_features.jpg
     
  3. JAYINH

    JAYINH Member
    Messages: 36

    the number" 2 " pic shows the switch that i no longer have..lol, how does this kickstand work?
     
  4. SD40T2

    SD40T2 Member
    Messages: 47

    I just went to radio shack and bought a DPDT switch and wired it in curtis wants big money for their weather proof switch spent $5 at RS not waterproof but have had no issues what so ever you just need to run a jumper wire across the center posts so the jack retracts when you lift the plow
     
  5. JAYINH

    JAYINH Member
    Messages: 36

    Thanks for the reply. I found a parts breakdown sheet i part number, working on a replacement part now. the trip edge that i have does not have the hydraulic piston kickstand, it uses two spring/shock style that lower . same style as a hood/hatch piston on a car but with a lever in the ram piston. after looking around there are alot of different curtis plow styles, took a little bit to find mine.