Curtis Hitch - N - Run System, Poly Plows

75

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Good to hear you're happy with the Hitch-N-Run, but please, no need to shout: Posting in all-caps is the keyboard equivalent of YELLING at everyone! :eek:
 

Kent Lawns

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NICE WELCOME, MODERATOR!

Geez, it was the guys' 1st post, nice job building site membership and encouraging value-added posts!








Pathmaker: Welcome to the site!
Just curious, what is 350 lb. on a Curtis? Those plows are beefy, certainly they weigh more than that?
 

CT18fireman

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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.
 

Rob

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I have a Curtis, and nothing on it weighs 350 lbs. unless it's the truck driver.

Don't get me wrong, I love the Curtis, but specs on it are :

7 1/2 Poly - 695 lbs
7 1/2 - 750 Lbs
8' - 765 lbs
9' - 795 lbs.



Welcome to the site
 
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pathmaker

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the new 7' poly plow the snow pro 3000 series

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
pathmaker.
IM NOT TRYING TO MAKE WAVES BUT CAPS GET EVERYONES ATTENTION
IT GOT YOURS !!!
PEACE
 

75

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www.curtisplow.com , Truck Snow Plows, View Blade Specifications Here:

Model 1SP7, Blade Width - 7', Mold Board gauge - 3/16" poly UHMV, Approximate Weight - 460 lbs.

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?
 
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plowking35

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Pathmaker this is not the way to make friends around here. Keep mouthing or keyboarding off, and you will get no ones attention.
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pathmaker

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make - model

hey rob

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
 

75

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Yes, keeping the weight of the plow down is a good idea - especially with the TTB Fords.

Did you go with the 7' blade to help keep the weight down, or to make it a bit easier manouvering in & around driveways?
 

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