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Finding the right plow for me

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself to the Community' started by Iawr, Sep 2, 2012.

  1. Iawr

    Iawr Senior Member
    Messages: 111

    I have a 1996 Jeep Cherokee that I am looking for a plow for, I will only be using the Jeep to plow my own driveway, and a few family members maybe 6 driveways tops. I looked into buying a plow a few years ago, Curtis, Fisher, Boss, and Snowway were the brands that stood out to me. Now that I'm in the market for a plow though non of these companies appear to offer one for me. I've tried every company I can think of and non of there "matching systems" on the websites have an option for my vehicle, just wranglers.

    In short, what companies offer a system for my 96 Jeep Cherokee? Snow way doesnt even seem to offer one.

  2. Triton2286

    Triton2286 Senior Member
    Messages: 653

    Meyer has two for you, although I have noticed that Meyer isn't too well liked here.

    I did a google picture search for "jeep cherokee plow" and noticed that 90% of them had Meyer plows so it seems that Meyer is the only choice I can see. I even checked blizzard and snowdogg for you but neither had a match.

    You could still find an 6 1/2 ft plow for a wrangler and probably have a fab shop make a mount fit for you.

    I'm a newbie like you so someone will probably have a lot more info if they have dealt with the same issue.

    Good Luck
  3. MWSAI

    MWSAI Member
    Messages: 54

    I have seen a lot of Western installed on Cherokees in my area. You can go with a Meyer or possibly a Snoway. Sometimes you have to call the manufacturer direct to find out if they have a mount that fits your vehicle. For some reason some of them don't make it onto their plow selectors. Possibly due to GVWR.