Boss or Meyer Poly Blades

I'm considering buying an 8' poly plow this season for a 2500 series chevy. Would like to know if anyone has purchased and used a Boss or Meyers ploy blade. I'm concerned about backdrag and durability.

Triton Snow Removal
Woodstock, Illinois 60098

Kent Lawns Veteran
I own both.

Sold most of my Meyers by now, but still have 2 left: 1 CP-8 and 1 STP-7.5.

I prefer the Boss plow altogether, either straight or V, my personal opinion is that Meyer isn't as HD or well-engineered.


I wouldn't own anything but a poly plow again. I've had both Western and Meyer and loved them. I had a truck I bought a couple years ago that had a Western Pro Plow already on it, and after a month or so I bought a poly skin to cover it with. Nothing sticks hangs on to a poly. Boss I hope is the same.
I just ordered a 9-2 poly V for a 2500HD chevy but from everything I hear I shouldn't be disappointed. Used units are always buyer be ware as far as I'm concerned. As far as back blading I never saw any difference between steel or poly. Usually the poly units actually weigh a few pounds more. I don't think you'll be unsatisfied with the poly choice.:)


BOSS definately the poly is the best nothing stick to it, super fast turning, bright lights, built tuff nothings better than a boss!!!


slplow Veteran
I have a boss 7.5 sd steel and think it back drags better than any plow I have ever used( fisher, meyer,western) and stacks better too. Also meyer don't seem hold up as good as boss, fishers and western do. but I do think they have a good paint job and a very good hydro system.


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I would think it would be advantageous to have a steel plow and put the poly "skin" on the steel plow. This would give the advantages of poly with the rigidity of steel. Anyone have other thoughts on this?


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Thoughts do vary on this, and there is co. that makes a poly skin for plows.
My only concern would be corrosion trapped between the two surfaces, causing rust through.

BRL - Veteran
Somerset, NJ
If installed right that really won't be a problem Dino. I did it on an old beat up steel plow that was rotted so bad it actually had a few holes in the mold board. Adding the plastic for + or - $60 and an hour and half of effort was worth it & gave me another season out of a plow that shouldn't have been used really. The plastic really deflected snow well versus the years before where lots of snow would build up in the holes & knicks. I would drive down the road with a big wall of snow stuck to the front of it. The real poly plow I had was a great plow too.


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Well this will sound weird coming from a Sno-Way rep, but in my opinion you can't go wrong with a Boss poly plow. I look at a lot of plows in the market place and if you have narrowed between Boss or Meyer, and you have the truck to carry a Boss poly, then I would have to side with the Boss plow on this one, just my opinion but if you have the opportunity to view both, you will see what I mean. Not saying Meyer doesn't build a good plow, but construction differences are big.


Western CT
I have never used a Boss and am unsure about the Hyro system. I here it is fast. I know that the one Meyer I have has an Diamond (Meyer) E60H and I love that powerpack. Better then any Fisher I have even the Insta Act in my opinion. The E60 is simple and seems easy to service. It is fast and has low amp draw. Now I beleive that Fisher makes the best plows out there, but if I was ever to assemble a plow from different manufacturers I would use the E60 Powerpack with the Fisher Blade.

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