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Check out my rig

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by Paul Wever, Feb 16, 2004.

  1. Paul Wever

    Paul Wever Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    Do you think you could build a better mouse trap?:waving:

  2. Paul Wever

    Paul Wever Junior Member
    Messages: 6


    Another one of my toys.

  3. jeepboy

    jeepboy Member
    Messages: 56

    Ok i took the bait,how do you transport those plows,and how are they hitched to the vehicle?
  4. Paul Wever

    Paul Wever Junior Member
    Messages: 6


    The plows are hitched to the carrier with pins and moves using hydraulics. You can transport either hitched to the front or back using ball hitches. You can check out more pics at www.pwce.com.
  5. Dieselgeek

    Dieselgeek Senior Member
    Messages: 161

    How is a pickup able to handle either set-up? I'm not doubting your products, just don't think the pickup would last too long...
  6. The Boss

    The Boss 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,099

    Now I've seen everything.:nod:
  7. Paul Wever

    Paul Wever Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    I replaced the bumpers and beefed up the suspension a little, but there has been no significant wear and tear on the truck. You couldn't put this on a 1/2 ton, but a 3/4 ton or bigger with 4-wheel drive does perfect. I can actually fill both blades with little effort. I even made an adapter so I can put it on a tractor or a skidsteer loader.
  8. grotecguy

    grotecguy Senior Member
    Messages: 148

    Can we see some more pics???

    Interesting setup to say the least,
    Mark K
  9. Paul Wever

    Paul Wever Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    You can see more pics at http://www.pwce.com/CCA.htm
    Plowing is not the only thing this attachment is capable of. You can put any skidsteer attachment or any 3-point hitch attachment to the CCA. You can also attach the CCA to tractors, skidsteer loaders, 3/4 ton or bigger truck. The CCA is only limited to your imagination.:nod:
  10. ih82plow

    ih82plow Senior Member
    Messages: 109

    Very cool

    But what is the practicle purpose of this peice of equiptment that overide the very Obvious down sides.
  11. crashz

    crashz Senior Member
    Messages: 256

    A pick-up can actually push a ripper? Could it load a dump truck?

    No offense Paul, but that is a monstrosity of useless iron. Its way to long for maneuvering around on a job site and limited by the power of the push/pull vehicle. A much more effective way of doing a job is using the right tools/equipment.

    Sorry to bash your product, I'm sure you put a lot of hard work into it, but unfortunately I don't see much use for it.
  12. Boast Enterpris

    Boast Enterpris Senior Member
    Messages: 745

    Those are some really neat products. It is nice to view products that are built by creative minds like yours.
  13. Bighammer

    Bighammer Senior Member
    Messages: 100

    Nice to see somebody pushing the envelope (of snow pushing) instead of just pushing snow. I'd like to hear how it works. (I like the pictures)
  14. Eyesell

    Eyesell 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,107

    Must go through some transmissions :nod: :cry:
  15. Paul Wever

    Paul Wever Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    No. Never have had any problems with the transmission or traction problems and I've had it on that particular truck for over 2 years, using it all year long. If you would like to see more info on the CCA go to http://www.pwce.com/CCAmedia.htm
  16. cigam

    cigam Guest
    Messages: 0

    Eeeeeeek. I think they are too long, too protruding. I'd rather have the standard front plow and wing on my pickup (yes they are made available), and it'd probably be a bit cheaper.
  17. cigam

    cigam Guest
    Messages: 0

    the thing is, is the set of wheels. It makes it appear too long. I love the snowplow and wing setup though. It'd be great on airports and parking lots by the looks of it.

    I also like the tow-behind grader blade with dumb bed. It'd be excellent on a big farm tractor or loader. I'd love something like that in the future.

    But the one with the grader blade on the front, sticks out too far it seems as said.
  18. PLOWMAN45

    PLOWMAN45 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,951

    There you dont see anything like that but they should bake em for 3/4 and 1 ton trucks with full hydraulics's
  19. cigam

    cigam Guest
    Messages: 0

    do you mean the equipment he made or wing plows and stuff?
  20. PLOWMAN45

    PLOWMAN45 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,951

    pushers in general