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Home-made Plow Dolly

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by PlowKid150, Nov 17, 2003.

  1. PlowKid150

    PlowKid150 Senior Member
    Messages: 165

    Have any of you guys made plow dollies for your plows? I have an 8 ft western pro plow and i need some ideas on building a dolly for it. Pictures, ideas, whatever..... I will really appreciatte any input you guys give me. Thanks a lot.

    I love snow because i love moneypayup
  2. slowpoke

    slowpoke Member
    Messages: 53

    I tried all kinds of homemade dollies over the years. Most took up too much storage space when not in use. My favorite was made by a buddy. He used 2 wheels off of a shopping cart and welded them to pipes that would fit in the shoe brackets. Worked like a charm. If you need a 3 point system you can make one that will attach to the frame. Best bet is to use a small trailer crank jack positioned to clear your bumper. Attach with a clamp. Good luck!
  3. dmontgomery

    dmontgomery PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,238

    try a set of snow mobile dollies out of the Northern Tool catalog.

    They work usually...

  4. Ohiosnow

    Ohiosnow Senior Member
    from Ohio
    Messages: 415

    Last edited: Nov 18, 2003
  5. mxz600

    mxz600 Junior Member
    Messages: 27

    I use snowmobile dollies. Work great and for 30 bucks a lot cheaper than the purpose built units.

  6. Heron Cove PM

    Heron Cove PM Senior Member
    Messages: 202

  7. PDQ Pete

    PDQ Pete Senior Member
    Messages: 139

    One of the places I plow is a small fast food hot dog stand, they receive there buns in trays and put them on small dollys to wheel them in. They gave me two of them I just welded two 3/4 square bar about eight inches high on one end and when done plowing I just pull in to the dolly when the plow hits the two 3/4 inch square bar and aligns it self and drop the plow.