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best plow for my truck????

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by baddboygeorge, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. baddboygeorge

    baddboygeorge Senior Member
    Messages: 237

    I wanna put a plow on a 95 dodge 3500 ,I have a Meyers and a Western dealer close , I would prefer a meyers due to the fact I have several other meyers plows, I want a brand new set up on this truck what is the best model to get that will push an manuver the snow in the quickest time , Please your input is needed Thank You!
  2. Division

    Division Member
    Messages: 41

    7.5 meyers drive pro or lot pro

    if its a dually then i would go 9ft
  3. Matson Snow

    Matson Snow PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,985

    9.5 Super V2....Looks like a Good Set-up.....:drinkup:
  4. baddboygeorge

    baddboygeorge Senior Member
    Messages: 237

    snow dogg any good?????

    Looking at a xe90 snow dogg any input??
  5. Dlongerman

    Dlongerman Senior Member
    from IL
    Messages: 299

    Western wide out great plow u will never regret it!!!
  6. 6spd5.9

    6spd5.9 Junior Member
    from pa
    Messages: 3

    How are they looking in to them any problem with the wings catching on curbs
  7. Gibsonk

    Gibsonk Junior Member
    Messages: 7

    Just bought a Western 8' Pro Plus and love it!
  8. RLM

    RLM PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,270

    Its all personal preference & local dealer support. Personally we run all Fisher V plows, both Ez V & Extreme, we have been with them since we started 15 years ago. If it works I dont change it. If it were me & you have Meyer, a good rep with the dealer, etc stick with Meyer, they have done alot to revamp their line in the last couple years. I would look at the V as well, there (at least Fisher) onl;y about $ 600 more than straight blade, they dont cause the truck to run hot, are easier & save fuel when transporting, way more efficient when in use.