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05 F150 with 26series Snoway pics

Discussion in 'Sno-Way Discussion' started by lilphil26, Dec 4, 2008.

  1. lilphil26

    lilphil26 Junior Member
    Messages: 18

    Sorry for the delay guys. This is my first time posting pics so I hope I dont screw it up. You can see the truck handles the plow really well. Mind you it has timbrens in the front, and 500lbs of ballast in the back.


  2. basher

    basher PlowSite Fanatic
    from 19707
    Messages: 8,993

    Nice rig, I'm sure you'll be happy with your Snoway:salute:
  3. lilphil26

    lilphil26 Junior Member
    Messages: 18

    I have only used it once so far, but so far, Im more than pleased with it!!!! Definately worth the money. Does anyone know, if I puncture the moldboard, can I replace it with a stainless instead of a poly?
  4. Lil STX Ford

    Lil STX Ford Senior Member
    Messages: 176

    looks nice on your truck...
  5. BKFC255

    BKFC255 Senior Member
    Messages: 140

    Great set up and the f 150 hold the plows real well. I have got to get a set of timbrens for mine I put a 2.5" lift in the front of mine. I dont have a 26 but I have the MT, and want snow now so I can try it out.
  6. Brew

    Brew Member
    Messages: 40

    Very nice. Welcome to the Sno-Way family. We appreciate your business.

    The 26 series 7'6" stainless steel replacement blade sheet is p/n 96108023. Currently, Sno-Way has a limited amount in inventory but when it's gone, it's gone. We do not intend to make any more.

    Thank you,
  7. basher

    basher PlowSite Fanatic
    from 19707
    Messages: 8,993

    Costly replacement, not only the cost of material but the freight. Even the steel is expensive to ship. The poly is very durable, you will have to work hard to puncture it. It has not proved very popular on a cost basis, particularly when you look at it in relation to Poly.
  8. vwovw

    vwovw Senior Member
    Messages: 190

    i've had my poly v for 7 years and finally broke one. replaced it with lexan poly for $115. bought a sheet and had them cut it in four pieces.