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WTB: Suburbanite, Homesteader, or SnoWay for Toyota Tundra

Discussion in 'Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum' started by Jettix2, Feb 23, 2007.

  1. Jettix2

    Jettix2 Member
    Messages: 65

    Hey Guys:

    I am looking for a quality used plow setup for my '06 Tundra Doublecab 4WD.

    If anyone is selling a used Fisher Homesteader, Western Suburbanite, or a SnoWay ST or 22 series (all of which will fit a Tundra), please let me know.

    Must be in the Midwest somewhere, and I'm not in a huge hurry, so if you're thinking about upgrading or selling later this spring/summer, let me know and maybe we can work something out!!!!!

    Thanks! Ben
     
  2. Nascar24

    Nascar24 Senior Member
    Messages: 645

    Have you looked at the Curtis Home Pro?

    Hi

    Check out Curtis' Home Pro, I think you find it to be a step up from the homesteader, and it does have the Hitch & Run Feature which is very quick and very easy. The plow is sized right for your Tundra, light enough but built with many of the more durable designs incorporated in a full size plow.

    http://www.curtiscabs.com/Home-Pro_Plows.html
     
  3. Jettix2

    Jettix2 Member
    Messages: 65

    Thanks for the heads up on the Curtis plows.......

    I'll watch for them, too!

    Ben
     
  4. Jettix2

    Jettix2 Member
    Messages: 65

    Shameless bump........:)
     
  5. groundbreakers

    groundbreakers Senior Member
    Messages: 824

    jettix2 - how bad do you need a plow?? i may have one up for sale .. what you gonna use it for ?
     
  6. 03SuperCrew330

    03SuperCrew330 Member
    Messages: 72


    How much does one of those run? Looks like a nice plow for my F150!
     
  7. Jettix2

    Jettix2 Member
    Messages: 65

    I definitely need a plow before next winter............at this point, winter is almost over, right?? :) I have cash in hand to buy one.........$1500 to $2000 range. IF I cannot find a decent used setup, I'll buy a SnowBear, but I'd MUCH rather have full hydraulics:)

    I am going to plow my personal driveway (100 feet paved concrete) and a small 50 x 50 foot parking pad at my shop. That is ALL.

    A SnowBear would work (electric lift, manual angle). A light-duty plow w/ lights and full hydraulics would be GREAT.

    I cannot spend more than about $1500-2000 range (including mount for the truck).....past that, my wife won't go for it and I simply cannot justify it. I can install it myself;)

    Whatcha got??? Truthfully, I dont need it until after this winter is over, if you're using it right now;)

    Ben
     
    Last edited: Feb 25, 2007
  8. groundbreakers

    groundbreakers Senior Member
    Messages: 824

    well sam's club down here by detroit has a new one on clearance for about $800 its red .... i also have one ive had about 6 yrs .... its been repainted ... id let it go for $500 ... its also comes with custom fab light tower .. almost looks like the Western setup ....
     
  9. Jettix2

    Jettix2 Member
    Messages: 65

    .....Hmm, the one from Sams sounds like a good deal, let me get back to you on it;) Thanks, Ben