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fixed my bending jack problem!

Discussion in 'SnowDogg Snow Plows' started by comeeonn, Jan 12, 2010.

  1. comeeonn

    comeeonn Senior Member
    Messages: 217

    well i bent my jack twice trying to put the plow on while it was on a gravel driveway, so i decided to beef it up a bit.

    it wont be bending anymore!!:D

    plow jack.jpg

    plow jack2.jpg
  2. CornerStoneProp

    CornerStoneProp Senior Member
    Messages: 222

    Good idea... Might need to look into that!
  3. split2ndnova

    split2ndnova Member
    Messages: 47

    My jack is smashed from the headlight assembly and the screw and bolt not being lined up. It's a mess. I swear I have had a hell of a time with the screw and bolt that holds the headlight assembly up when unmounted.

    I use two jacks now. I still havent had much luck and dont know what I'm doing wrong.
  4. Gary @ Shamrock

    Gary @ Shamrock Junior Member
    Messages: 24

    Nice job beefing up your jack. My first jack bent and needed to be cut off. My second isn't much better after a couple of uses. They are a very weak point of the plowing system. Likewise they are not covered by the warranty. Hmmm... I guess I know why. I guess I should have read the fine print of the warranty before buying the plow. They tell you that you have a one year warranty and then the limitations come out when something breaks. In the last storm my plow tripped (going slow in a parking lot) and my driver's side light shattered as did one side of the pump cover. I am happy with the plow, but not with the incidentals attached to it and the "fine print" in the warranty.