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Anyone heard of a Meyers ST-72?

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Plow More, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. Plow More

    Plow More Senior Member
    Messages: 172

    I found on on craigslist for $300, I can hardly find anything on them, other then that they I think were put on S-10's and other smaller vehicles. Are they commercial duty? I would like to get a plow on my superduty and realize this plow is on the narrow side and may not be tough enough, whats your take?? Its 250 miles away, so I cant go kick tires on it, the guy should be sending me some pics here pretty soon.
  2. sweetk30

    sweetk30 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,588

    superduty needs a 8ft bare min to be effective and when angled not drive on snow it missed.

    i got a old 79 chevy 1ton std cab long bed. 8ft works good . but my spare blade is 9ft. love the width the best.

    and the st-72 is the old #'s system way back in the day.
  3. believe the 72 refers to the inches so that would be a 6' plow....way too small for a truck that size!!!!
  4. Plow More

    Plow More Senior Member
    Messages: 172

    Im guessing the 72 is for the 6' moldboard, anyone know what the ST series was geared toward? I was thinking about perhaps adding some wings or something else to get the width up to something reasonable for such a large vehicle
  5. Wings wouldn't add enough for that truck. That would be fine for doing drives etc with something like a Jeep but not worth your while for a superduty. You want at least an 8'
  6. Dr Who

    Dr Who Senior Member
    Messages: 637

    That plow was built for things such as CJ5/7's, Scouts, Early Small Broncos Etc..

    Way to small for your Super Duty....

    Keep a looking, I would advise to wait till spring though to buy one, will.should be cheaper....
  7. cj7plowing

    cj7plowing Senior Member
    Messages: 404

    thats what I have on my jeep in anything more that 8" of snow.