So I’m relatively new to snow removal. Been doing landscaping for the past 15 years and two years ago decided to jump into the plowing business. I’ve been subcontracting for the town and doing town roads the last two years. I bought a f350 dump has central hydraulics with a 9’ fisher minute mount from a town auction So every time I go out and hit a object the plow bounces up high instead of tripping. The plow has a rubber edge with older beat up cutting edge on top of it. I’m wondering if it’s the trip springs, edge, or rubber edge that would cause this. So it forced me to learn where the manhole covers and dips in the road are in my section and raise the plow. I attached some pics and to me the factory trip edge looks like it was worn down to the correct amount but the edge almost looks bent to me from the first pic. I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction to troubleshoot this issue. Thanks in advance.