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Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by cameo89, Feb 20, 2008.
Here a few pics of last week, we had about 6-8''
Wow, you already swapped the plow back to the Dodge
Ya, I did that the morning that the trany went out, only took me 90 mins to pull complete harness & undercarriage (push beam only) & re-install all on Dodge, air tools & heated garage helps alot.wesport
Are you trying to sell the Chevy, or bury it under the snow pile.
As long as I don't cause any damage and can open the door, I can get it out ''It's a Chevy''
I just pulled it out today to remove some tools and such.
looks great!!!! wish we had some snow to push hows he 1500 handle the boss going to put either a boss or blizzard on mine next year to replace the sno way
I would much rather push w/ my Dodge only cause it's newer (Love my heated mirrors) but the Chevy holds the weight better & pushes better, If I were you I would put a Boss Plow on for sure!
can you take pics of the wings i want to put them on my boss poly
heres a link to a thread that I started on ''Wings on a Poly'' I installed the same way every one else does W/ maybe a little more labor involved
I had to cut the back brace to fit snug w/ cross brace & I plan to weld it to the cross brace and run a peice of angle across the top as extra support
Hope this helps & Good luck on your project
thanks that helps im going to get a set 4 mine
You got that right. It is triple that with out the air tools and the garage. Nice trucks.
You did a good job on those wings. How is the poly holding up around the holes? Any stress cracks?
Seems to be holding up good (no cracks) other than I keep loosing nuts & bolts for my wings
I have replaced 2 of them once and I am missing 2 right now, next time locking nuts.