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is my plow too big ??

Discussion in 'Meyer / Diamond Products Discussion' started by meyer t-5, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. meyer t-5

    meyer t-5 Junior Member
    from erie
    Messages: 17

    i know this probably sounds stupid but i just bought a plow for my truck and i dont know if it is too big for it. i have a 95 gmc 1500 ext cab short bed with a 350ci and i bought a 7 1/2 foot power angle plow with an e47. what do you guys think is it too big or no
  2. iceyman

    iceyman 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,925

    should be okay
  3. Lowell_Ma_Snow

    Lowell_Ma_Snow Member
    Messages: 60

    Is this one of those trick questions like when the wife asks "do these pants make my butt look big?" Anywho, I had a 93 Chevy Stepside 350 cu w/8' Fisher and worked like a mule.
  4. dirtmandan2

    dirtmandan2 Senior Member
    Messages: 275

    I dont think your could put anything smaller than 7 1/2' on a full size truck. When angled it's about the same width. Weight should be okay, My meyers really don't seem very heavy.
  5. '76cj5

    '76cj5 Member
    Messages: 78

    That's what size i'm running on my Jeep CJ5.
  6. AGM Inc.

    AGM Inc. Member
    from Ohio
    Messages: 96

    you should do more than fine. i had a chevy 1500 with an 8' meyer blade and i got a new 1500 chevy that i put a 7.5 poly blade and they both plowed snow with no problem. i only wish it was higher.
  7. swa136

    swa136 Senior Member
    Messages: 149

    Perfect match :nod:
  8. meyer t-5

    meyer t-5 Junior Member
    from erie
    Messages: 17

    ok thanks guys. i didnt think it was to big but just making sure. i have 6" suspention lift on it and it helps so i dont get hung up to easy.and i think it looks cool too a big lifted truck plowing.
  9. Rc2505

    Rc2505 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,245

    Just make sure the measurment from the ground to the carriage is the right height. If not you will go trough cutting edges fast, by having the blade at a different angle.
  10. meyer t-5

    meyer t-5 Junior Member
    from erie
    Messages: 17

    ya i had that problem with my old plow so i took a western uni mount truck mount and welded my meyer mount to the bottom of it to make up for the 6" or so of difference and then reinforced the heck out of it. it may sound rigged but i im young and dont have alot of money so i made it work.