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fisher pump installation problem

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by bluevan, Nov 24, 2003.

  1. bluevan

    bluevan Junior Member
    from NH
    Messages: 2

    I am in the process off putting a 7.5' fisher plow on an 89 fullsize blazer. I acquired a decent conventional unit that was on an 86 1/2 ton. Everything has fit fine so far except the pump. The pump is for a V-belt system and I have a serpentine belt setup in the truck! I expected some minor setbacks during install but this has me at a standstill.

    I have gone to the very informative fisher website and found exact instructions for what I need to do and shows all the parts. Are these parts still available somewhere? Can you just go down to the nearest dealer and order all this stuff? I cant imagine that they keep stock all these parts for every application, especially the old conventional stuff.

    Maybe there is an easier way to do this that I am not seeing. Any advice would be helpful.


  2. ksland

    ksland Senior Member
    from ma
    Messages: 419

    All the parts should be available in stock at your local Fisher parts dealer, if not they can order them. Being such a common application you have they will probably stock the stuff you need, I just went through the same thing only for a ford, Bracket, pulley, belt, bolts etc ran me about $160 and was all in stock at one of the dealers about an hour away.
  3. ksland

    ksland Senior Member
    from ma
    Messages: 419

    Oh, and enjoy plowing with that blazer, they make great plow trucks only downfall is rear visibility. But they plow nice.
  4. phoenix827

    phoenix827 Member
    Messages: 98

    Yes, you can order them, and no, I wouldn't expect them to be stocked. I know mine isnt. I still have to get the same parts for mine, (88 s10) but I am waiting till I get the pump in the RIGHT way! (this truck is a cluster!):rolleyes: :eek: :dizzy:
  5. snowplowman

    snowplowman Junior Member
    from NH
    Messages: 12


    Hello , we are a distributor of FISHER snowplows and carry a large inventory of parts, we can probably help you out. Give us a try. ASH Supply, Littleton, NH 1-888-314-0811