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Back drag blades

landscaper3

Senior Member
Location
S. Maine
Hello we are looking for a company who makes and sell front back drag blades for a few of our trucks. We cant run rear blades all trucks have sanders and have seen inexpensive front ones but forgot where we did see them?
Thanks.
 

Snoworks

Senior Member
Location
Glenview
I think there is a manufacturer that makes a front plow that can change from a conventional plow to a back drag plow. Hinker!, I think thats the name of the company.

I also saw some info. on front back drag blades in the latest issue of Snow business magazine. I will try and find it.

CGB
 

leprechaun_50

Member
Location
SW Minn
Brian
Hiniker makes a backdragging plow called the C- Plow.
I bought one last year and though it saw limited use (no snow)
I was impressed with its backdragging capabilities. The blade is
hindged in the middle with a cutting edge on top, so when dragging
you have a cutting edge on the ground.
 

speedracer241

Senior Member
Location
winterset iowa
Try Crysteel Truck Equipment, they have a drawing of one on their site. I'm home for lunch or I would try to find a link for you.

Also, try a search of Plowsite. This was discussed a few weeks back. There was an actual picture of a backdrag blade that a welding shop had made. Looked pretty slick to me.

Hope this will help out,
Mark K
 

slplow

PlowSite.com Veteran
Location
FRAMINGHAM, MA
Try a local welding shop or email me and I will set you up with a welder that makes mine. You can see a pic of mine in this thread( are two blades better than one)
 
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