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Home Depot

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by a palustris, Dec 11, 2003.

  1. a palustris

    a palustris Member
    Messages: 74

    I was at Home Depot tonight to see a friend who works there and guess what I saw... They are now selling snow plows. I believe that the manufacturer is Snow Bear. Really a PATHETIC plow. You have to get out of the vehicle to pull the pin so you can put it in one of three positions. It is raised and lowered by a short webbing strap and an electric winch. I believe the price was $999? Not sure how wide it was. Maybe a 7 or 8 footer?
  2. t4dodge

    t4dodge Member
    Messages: 86

  3. LB Landscaping

    LB Landscaping Senior Member
    from Maine
    Messages: 324

    A new neighbor of mine had a guy plow his driveway with one of those, as if thats not bad enough he had it on a 2WD toyota, needless to say with the 13 inches we got he could hardly even push it. He kept backing up and hammering it. All I could do was laugh.
  4. Roger Dodger

    Roger Dodger Senior Member
    from nw Pa.
    Messages: 240

    If he takes small bites with it, it should clear a driveway..... eventually. It's strictly a personal plow and if used as such , can get the job done if one is patient and tolerant. There are all kinds of people that spin this world. Some of them feel a manually operated plow of lightweight & limited function is fine for them. Afterall, folks bought & drove Yugos!
  5. NJ Plowman

    NJ Plowman Senior Member
    Messages: 794

    Take the GRAND and pay a pro to plow your driveways! :nono:
  6. meyer22288

    meyer22288 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,003

    sno-bear snowplows are junk, end of story.
  7. Chuckwk

    Chuckwk Founder
    Messages: 225

    You get what you pay for....
  8. Sndun

    Sndun Member
    Messages: 56

    LB Landscaping,
    Please take a pic and/or video next time. PLEASE!
    I need a good laugh and that will certainly do the trick. :drinkup:
  9. Crumm

    Crumm Senior Member
    Messages: 529

    I would say in the case of the Home Depot plow I saw yesterday I don't think you would get half of what you pay for. On the other side of that coin I have about $2000 in my plow including the truck and I got an offer the other day for three times that amount. I have a Warn ATV plow that is built better than that silly Home Depot plow.
  10. LB Landscaping

    LB Landscaping Senior Member
    from Maine
    Messages: 324

    Sndun, it's supposed to snow here this weekend, I'll keep my eye out for him!!!! It was pretty funny.
  11. Erlee

    Erlee Junior Member
    Messages: 14

    Saw that same plow set up at a Lowes store on Long Island. It's definitely a lightweight; the mount up seems like it will barely hold up the plow, nevertheless pushing any substantial snowfall.

    As NJ Plowman stated, spend the money on plow services provided by a pro, or, keep it in the bank and buy the right tool for the job when ready.