Does anyone make a plow cover?

Mick

PlowSite.com Veteran
Location
Maine
I don't know of any cover built for plows. I use a Blue Poly (a light weight plastic tarp).
 

JCurtis

Banned
Location
Stamford, CT
I agree with Mick, a Light weight blue poly tarp works just fine!

They are a heck of a lot cheaper that a custom made cover would be.

I would just chain the plow down to some sort of in ground anchor though... we had some people have plows stolen right from their yard because they were in plain site, and not secure.

There are a more than a few dishonest people around , don't ya know!!!!
 

cat320

2000 Club Member
Location
stoneham,ma
well i have and idea on the steeling part .You could get a steel rod and put it thru the ears of the plow drill a hole thru it and pad lock it on both sides.As far a the cover I agree blue poly would work well and be a hell of alot cheaper.
 

JCurtis

Banned
Location
Stamford, CT
yeah, inch and half rebar is a bear to cut through, but a smart thief has ways around that too.

A hoist in the bed of a truck work's wonders. You still need to anchor it somehow to something solid.


Sono tube full of concrete, with a heavy duty (and I mean heavy duty) EYE bolt with HD chain sounds good to me.

The harder you make it, the less likely it is to have your plow ripped off.
 
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Mick

PlowSite.com Veteran
Location
Maine
For stealing - I think somebody else suggested putting heavy duty padlocks (the kind that can't be cut with a hacksaw) through the holes your mounting pins go through.
 

JCurtis

Banned
Location
Stamford, CT
HEY!!!! now theres an Idea !!!!!!:D

We shoul all just chain a Meyer's plow to our Fisher, Western, Boss and Curtis plows, then no one would steal them:rolleyes: :D :p
 
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ceaman

Senior Member
Location
Central Indiana
Yeah I never found my plow!

I now keep my new one in the garage at a friends house.

Has any one seen a 8'2" Boss V ?...... Mines still missing.
:(
 

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