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Back drag

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by B&K LawnCare, Dec 19, 2006.

  1. B&K LawnCare

    B&K LawnCare Member
    Messages: 68

    I have a jeep with a 7ft standard western plow on it. I would like to get a back drag for it, what do I need to do and were do I buy a good and resonable priced.
  2. theplowmeister

    theplowmeister 2000 Club Member
    from MA
    Messages: 2,617

    All the ones I know about are made by the plower or at a welding shop.
  3. spittincobra01

    spittincobra01 Senior Member
    Messages: 193

    I know there is at leastone company that makes a hydraulic power trip for the front cutting edge to make it mor effective for back dragging. It is around 1200 dollars, but people I have talked to that have it swear by it. I just can't recall the manufacturer. If I do, I'll repost and let you know. I know it uses the stock pump on the plow, a new valve, and seperate switch
  4. GSE

    GSE Senior Member
    Messages: 108

    Don't know if they offer one for your particular blade or not, but I know it's an option on some Western blades. Check with your Western dealer. I've never used one, so I can't speak to their effectiveness. . . .
  5. AJ Watson

    AJ Watson Member
    Messages: 50


    Go to www.backdragsnow.com. They make a blade for the western pro plow. It works great and its heavy duty 3/8 thick steel. They run $168.00 for a 7-6" Western pro plow.
  6. starc

    starc Senior Member
    Messages: 229

    Or you could spend a morning in the shop and make it yourself for $20
  7. wahlturfcare

    wahlturfcare Senior Member
    Messages: 323

    B&K, if you look in the western plow section there will be a folding one that a goy had done(cant remember name), but im going to make on like his for mine as it looks like it would last alot longer than boughten ones.
  8. starc

    starc Senior Member
    Messages: 229

  9. SLLNorth

    SLLNorth Member
    Messages: 39

    check with your local steel mfg. shop. we have ours made for about 100, won't plow without one myself.