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Boss Pusher Repair

Discussion in 'Truck & Equipment Repair' started by ADMSWELDING, Jan 29, 2012.


    ADMSWELDING Senior Member
    Messages: 397

    Went out yesterday and added these pcs. of angle iron to beef up the side panels.Operator bent the rt/-side in .I converted this for a customer about 14 months ago went thru last year no problem with alot of use.

  2. snocrete

    snocrete Banned
    Messages: 2,862

    Thats pretty sweet! Nice work! Is it a trip edge? Does it still have hyd angle?
  3. IMAGE

    IMAGE Sponsor
    Messages: 1,747

    Thats one of the nicest plow to pusher conversions i've seen. Definately looks like a trip edge Crete.
  4. Antlerart06

    Antlerart06 PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,437

    Doesnt look like a trip edge plow From what I see the side is welded to the cutting edge area

    ADMSWELDING Senior Member
    Messages: 397

    It is a trip edge plow,the sides are not welded to the edge.And p/a has been deleted by puting angle iron clips welded in to stop the angle .It could be brought back to p/a if wanted quite easily.
  6. JD Dave

    JD Dave PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 11,194

    That pusher brings back a lot of memories as it looks exactly like the first pusher my dad made about 25 years ago from an old Frink trip edge blade. Wouldn't it have been better to run that angle from the top of the blade on a 45 degree angle down to near the tip of the wing? It would seem that would offer more strength along with the piece you added.

    ADMSWELDING Senior Member
    Messages: 397

    Maybe but alot of the area is already braced with the pipe and the gusset on the inside i think will do just fine.