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Feedback on a meyer poly plow on a 01' 1/2 ton chevy

Discussion in 'Meyer / Diamond Products Discussion' started by MidwestLawnCo., Jan 16, 2010.

  1. MidwestLawnCo.

    MidwestLawnCo. Junior Member
    Messages: 4

    I'm putting a 71/2 ft. meyer max poly plow on my 01 chevy silverado half ton reg. cab 4.8 v8. I was wondering if I would have any problems, or if anyone with a similar setup can tell me if they ran into any problems or what I can do to avoid it?
  2. cubanb343

    cubanb343 Senior Member
    from ERIE
    Messages: 637

    you are going to have problems just because it is a MEYER! j/k, but seriously- put some money away for repairs.
  3. Nasty-Z

    Nasty-Z Senior Member
    Messages: 370

    After I switched from a steel blade (C-9 to CP-9) , and after trying numerous coatings to deter snow and ice from adhering when plowing with the steel blade , my opinion is that there is nothing better than a Poly blade , you will never get snow to roll off of a steel or SS blade as well as it does from a Poly, just a matter of physics.

    7.5 Poly is probably a bit much for a 1/2 ton , but it should work , it has been done many times .

    Just my .02

  4. gamberbull13

    gamberbull13 Senior Member
    Messages: 125

    I currently run a 7.5poly on my 2500hd and absolutely love it over a steel love the weight too. But my plus might be a bit much for a half ton. Only wish mine was an eight.
  5. Geary44

    Geary44 Senior Member
    Messages: 183

    i have a meyer STP 7.5 poly on my 2008 dodge ram 1500 quad cab hemi, and i have had no problems

    from OHIO
    Messages: 42

    I have a steel 7.5 myers on my half ton 4.8 motor have had no problems absolutely love mine. Everything works great,