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Boss 7'6; Steel V Plow

Mike Poplars

Junior Member
Boss 7'6" Steel V Plow

Hello Everyone, I'm new to this site. I was wondering if anybody is having the same problem as me, if so is there an adjustment for this? When using my plow in the staight or angled position,the wings seem to retract on there own. Is this normal or can it be adjusted? Any suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks Mike Poplars Big Mikes Seasonal Services Inc. Highland Mich.
 

Boss Plows

Junior Member
Does the wing drift happen when you are pushing snow or immediately after you position the blade?

If it happens immediately after positioning the blade there is probably contamination in the relief valve or wing retract valve. Remove and clean the valves.

If it happens when pushing snow the pressure relief valves may be set too light. These can be adjusted but I suggest having your Boss Dealer do it.
 
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