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Cutting Edge Scematic

Discussion in 'Fisher Engineering Discussion' started by White Gardens, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. White Gardens

    White Gardens 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,665

    I want to have a local shop make me a new cutting edge.

    I know I've seen the diagram on-line before for blue-prints or scematics for the cutting edge.

    I want to give it to my shop so they can build me one and I don't have any down-time in between. Otherwise I have to leave the plow with them for 24 hours so they can take all the measurements.

    Thanks in advance.


    Edit, sorry, it's a 9 foot edge.
    Last edited: Jan 13, 2011
  2. USMCMP5811

    USMCMP5811 Senior Member
    Messages: 267

    I would think that getting a new cutting edge that is all ready made would be cheaper. Your local plow parts dealer should carry them in stock.
  3. White Gardens

    White Gardens 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,665

    Nope, not one in stock. Getting one made will save me about 75 bucks. I can also get it made to my specifications also.
  4. justme-

    justme- 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,138

    Really save you that much?? They only run $120 here from the dealer, and from a truck supply in town they are $100.
  5. White Gardens

    White Gardens 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,665

    It's going to cost me with shipping through Fisher aroun $275, and I can have one made for around $200.

    9 ft edges tend to run more.
  6. MrPLow2011

    MrPLow2011 Senior Member
    from Boston
    Messages: 276

    Here is an idea. Dont go to Fisher to buy it. Lots of places sell cutting edges and alot cheaper than a Fisher dealer. The last one I bought was $125 with bolts and tax. Thats a 8ft 6in 5/8 with 3/4 punch
  7. White Gardens

    White Gardens 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,665

    Funny thing is that I called a fisher dealer 2 hours away. He has 15 in stock and his price is $125.00. 50bucks less than the local dealer and I don't have to pay for shipping.

    I still might have one made for the 200 price as I can go ahead and have it made to 7 inches wide, over-hang and extra 1.5 inches for curb protection, and also have a couple of short pieces to double up the ends to help with wear protection.

    I don't have another option here MR. Plow for blades other than having it made or getting it through the dealer. On-line I can get it cheaper, but then I'm out shipping.
  8. JohnnyU

    JohnnyU 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,040

    Whatever you do Nick, Pick up a set of Winter Xtendors to slap on there as well. Worth every penny, and should extend your cutting edge life 3-4X.
  9. sweetk30

    sweetk30 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,588

  10. White Gardens

    White Gardens 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,665

    Sweet Guys! Appreciate the links.

    Hey Johny, does Koenig keep edges in stock over there? I might call them and see if they got any NOS sitting around.
  11. White Gardens

    White Gardens 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,665

    So, here's what I'm thinking.

    The previous owners (ISU) had installed a half inch strip of steel in between the trip edge and the moldboard in order to raise the angle of the cutting edge in order to scrape ice/frozen slush better in the parking lot it was used on.

    I don't mind it as it hasn't affected the tripping action, and may help it to some degree to trip a bit easier without transferring the energy into bending the trip edge.

    So, what I'm thinking is that with the spacer, I might be able to make it wider by a 1/4 of an inch in order to make it reversible. Not sure if I'll be able to do that or not.

    I also want to add end plates at the end doubling it up for wear protection. I also want to extend the first plate 1" to 3/4" of an inch, and do the the same for a staggered extension for curb protection. Not only that but it will give me a bit area for overlap of the rubber edge on the wings.

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