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Jeepin' thru the snow.....

Discussion in 'Storm Pictures' started by yabo, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. yabo

    yabo Junior Member
    Messages: 9

    2000 tj. Modified snoway frame to work on jeep. Series 22 snoway...

  2. heavyiron

    heavyiron Member
    Messages: 96

    Looks good. How wide is the plow?
  3. BC Handyman

    BC Handyman PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,943

    agreed, looks good, I'm thinking a 7' or a 6.5' plow?
  4. yabo

    yabo Junior Member
    Messages: 9

    Size Matters...

    6'8" snoway Series 22.....
    Jeep pushes better than anything I've ever used.....including 2 v8 Dakota's, and a Nissan Frontier..
  5. ken643

    ken643 Senior Member
    Messages: 821

    Nice Jeep, is it lifted? how much?
    looking goodThumbs Up
  6. hillbillydeluxe

    hillbillydeluxe Senior Member
    Messages: 145

    Nice! looks Good! I got the 7'6'' 22 series Snoway on a 2004 wrangler.
  7. RJ lindblom

    RJ lindblom Senior Member
    Messages: 346

    cool Jeep. I like it.
  8. DieselSlug

    DieselSlug PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,068

    With all the smaller residential drives i do a setup like this would perform way better and quicker than my large truck.
  9. dieselboy01

    dieselboy01 Senior Member
    Messages: 795

    That's a sharp looking jeep man! That would be great for driveways.
  10. mranum

    mranum Member
    Messages: 32

    Back in the mid 90's I had a Wrangler with a 6'6 Unimount and it worked awesome for residential drives. I ran aggresive 30x9.50's for tires. Had to be careful in heavy storms as it was light enough it could ride up on top of the snow and then break through. More than once I got carried away with piling snow and got hung up. Live and learn...the hard way usually. Thumbs Up

    Your Jeep reminded me of it. I think I have a pic of it plowing somewhere.
  11. Banksy

    Banksy PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,113

    There should be a 3 pic minimum for the storm section. Lot's of teaser threads lately.
  12. Antlerart06

    Antlerart06 PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,437

    +1 working video
  13. micah.ness

    micah.ness Junior Member
    from Mn
    Messages: 1

    Hey man I have a v8 1999 dakota, looking to put a plow on it, what did you use that fit on it?
  14. mwalsh9152

    mwalsh9152 Senior Member
    Messages: 434

    looks good! I want to build myself a jeep for residentials, I thought my Bronco would be small enough, but I could use added maneuverability at times. I'm thinking a 5.3 LS engine with a turbo 400 behind it should be a fun project
  15. awgolasplowing

    awgolasplowing Member
    Messages: 52

    How about a 4bt cummis with an allison and 205 divorced t-case?

    Just a dream at this point but I was think either a jeep or bronco II with solid axle swap.:mechanic:
  16. mwalsh9152

    mwalsh9152 Senior Member
    Messages: 434

    those 4bt cummins engines are made with gold! I'm all for diesel swaps, my Bronco has a 7.3, I'm just going for cost effective in this fantasy. A 5.3 with complete wiring and computer can be had for short money, turbo 400's are dime a dozen on craigslist.

    I think I could have one complete and pushing snow for around $3-4k