I don't see any problem in how 75 told the new member about the caps. Maybe it is not in the guidelines on this site (should be) I know that other sites list it as something to avoid. Either way he is a mderator and also a member. I would have told him the same thing if I had seen the post before 75.
We have a lot of members here and it is important that we follow guidelined to keep the site enjoyable. I don't think 75 meant any offense. He was just giving advice. That is what the site is for.
if you go to www. curtisplow.com
you will plainly see that the new 7' poly plow only weigh's 350 lbs. i have the manual in front of me. recheck your spec's and get back to me
have a nice day
IM NOT TRYING TO MAKE WAVES BUT CAPS GET EVERYONES ATTENTION
IT GOT YOURS !!!
A little more than 350 lbs, but still a nice lightweight unit. Weight-wise, it's similar to the Sno-Way Lexan units, but has a taller moldboard (24" vs 18" on the Sno-Way) Just wondering, what make/model truck are you running it on?
Im pushing the plow with a 1997 F-150 4x4 exteded cab with a 4.6 ltr
good on gas and being i have no up front leaf springs the poly plow really takes it easy on my truck and thats plenty of power
i own a video store and im putting flyers in my customers movies so they have no choice but to take them home
so mainly im just doing driveways