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32 Foot Box Plow

old skool

Senior Member
Location
NW IL
My son works for a company that builds plows and spreaders. A lot of the larger push plows are used to clear airport runways, so transporting them between jobs is not required.
 

Plowfast9957

Senior Member
Location
Northeast
Yes I would say they would mainly be used at an airport. They are constantly plowing with several pieces so there is never a need to plow more than an inch at a time.
 

mcwlandscaping

2000 Club Member
Location
Nashua, NH
I'll bet that thing comes apart either at the middle or some other place to be put on a flat bed truck for transport! Airport plowing is such a cool operation!
 

Quality SR

PlowSite.com Addict
Location
Longisland, NY
mcwlandscaping;519794 said:
I'll bet that thing comes apart either at the middle or some other place to be put on a flat bed truck for transport! Airport plowing is such a cool operation!
Or it was flat beded in and thats where it stays. Like you said maybe an airport. it is cool though.
 
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