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Can you get a steel moldboard on a 22 series?

Discussion in 'Sno-Way Discussion' started by atclarkson, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. atclarkson

    atclarkson Member
    Messages: 90

    Can you get a steel moldboard on a 22 series?

    The clear looks cool new, but I don't like the way they fog up after a couple years.

    Just wondering

  2. basher

    basher PlowSite Fanatic
    from 19707
    Messages: 8,993

    Not from the factory, you'd need to have a local shop roll you one.
  3. atclarkson

    atclarkson Member
    Messages: 90

    aha, is it a hard thing to change them then?
  4. MBB

    MBB Senior Member
    Messages: 129

    14ga Stainless, not hard but requires a bit of finesse. Helps a bit to preform a roll in it a bit. Start by clamping Lightly it behind the cutting edge (not tight needs to be able to slip a little during install) and a 2x4 with clamps and work your way up (2-2x4 and 4 clamps). You can pop it in to place. Tighten cutting edge bolts good to go, weighs about 12 lbs more than the plastic, about the same price. No more holes.
  5. atclarkson

    atclarkson Member
    Messages: 90

    Cool, thanks.

    I'm really thinking of doing a full size plow ala plowmiester now tho. I checked out all the baby plows at the landscape show yesterday and am quite disappointed.