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1st timer part 2

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by bigmike35, Nov 9, 2002.

  1. bigmike35

    bigmike35 Junior Member
    from buffalo
    Messages: 10

    Let me thank everyone who replied to my posting.
    My first thought was a jeep but i also have a hog of a snowblower (10HP) that i will need to carry along for those tight driveways. This will be a business that i will be in for a long time so i want something that will last. I am also opening a sub shop in the city & i also want to do lawn cutting for the spring & summer so a truck will come in handy for all of those task.
    Has anyone ever used a rear plow? Once again let me thank all who replied & the person or persons who thought of this web site because it is truly a useful tool!!!!!!!!!!:waving:
  2. Snoworks

    Snoworks Senior Member
    Messages: 466

    I have rear plows on all my trucks 2-Jeeps, 2-S10's, 1 Sierra, and 1 Suburban. I would not consider going out to plow without one! Only time I would not install rear unit, is if I had a large sites(over 10 acres) with lots of open space. And then I would probably opt for a loader instead of a truck with front and rear plows.

    Once you have one, you will not want to plow without!

    Let it snow!!

  3. Ground Master

    Ground Master Junior Member
    Messages: 22

    do your trucks have front plows too?, or just plows in the rear?
  4. Snoworks

    Snoworks Senior Member
    Messages: 466

    Ground Master - All my trucks have front and rear plows.