Back drag addition

landscaper3

Senior Member
Location
S. Maine
We seen a few guys running back drag plows on there FRONT blades, looks like they used the shoe brackets to keep them on. Unfortunetly we didnt get a chance to chat we run 3 trucks and would like to try them out anyone know if Fisher or Diamond sells these or are they custom made. Thanks--
 

CT18fireman

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Location
Western CT
These are custom made I think I remember seeing a link to a site on it at one time. Maybe if you do a search but it might not be on here. ANyone remember???
 

GeoffD

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We built 3 of them on a spur of the moment last winter. Trucks were getting too long with pull plows. They work well, not as well as a pull plow. You need either 1/2 flat bar, or 1/4 angle iron, and a cutting edge, and some more flat bar. Run a you bolt the cutting edge, to a piece of flat bar the lenght of the plow. At the two ends of the plow, you put a piece of angle iron or flat bar, 90 deg to the cutting edge. Then bolt the flat bar or angle iron, to the outside rib of the plow on each side.

Geoff
 
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BOSS Adam

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here is one type of pull plow ur talking about it is made by hiniker and is called a C-plow here check it out http://www.hiniker.com/ you can see a little video on it and view the specifications of it.




Hope this helped some

Adam :D
 
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landscaper3

Senior Member
Location
S. Maine
No on the C-Plow we were looking for back-drags on our 3, 9' Fishers and 1 for our 8' Diamond. They bolt up to your shoe holes i think and they look like cutting edges turned around. We have worn cutting edges and gonna try to weld a bracket in the tops of them to slide in the original shoe holes whith a quick release pin. We dont run shoes its the first thing that gets ripped off so we could use these to mount them in.
 

CT18fireman

Banned
Location
Western CT
Those are trip edge blades. Make sure that the edge can still trip without interfering with the frame. Also remeber that the backdrag edge will not trip. If you put it at an angle then it may dig in just like a normal edge would going forward. This could damage the surface, plow or truck.

Just a few thoughts to keep in mind when designing.
 

slplow

PlowSite.com Veteran
Location
FRAMINGHAM, MA
They work all most as good as a pull plow . I that all I have used till last winter . They do not do any damage to the pavement and most of the time when your back draging you only a truck length and when your plowing forward the back drag blade itself goes up so your plow trips normal. Mine have always been conected to the plow on the sidestrips of the blade. Had a pic somewhere but cannot find it.
 

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