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Plow suggestions

Discussion in 'Import and Other Trucks (Light Duty)' started by Kb2112, Dec 16, 2007.

  1. Kb2112

    Kb2112 Junior Member
    from NY
    Messages: 2

    Hi All,

    New guy here. I'd like to put a plow on my 99 Tacoma. It is a 4 cylinder, with a 5 speed manual trann and airbags. I am not interested in plowing commercially, but only really a few driveways (friends and family - including mine).

    What is an inexpensive plow set up that will not require major expensive modifications to my truck?

    What should I look for, and stay clear of.

    Thank You

  2. toby4492

    toby4492 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,513

    Welcome to Plowsite.

    Do some searches in the import forum and I would also suggest the Sno-Way forum. We have lots of customers with Toyotas running our plows.
  3. Kb2112

    Kb2112 Junior Member
    from NY
    Messages: 2

    What would this set-up run?
  4. PhatSupraTT

    PhatSupraTT Member
    Messages: 33

    I recently bought a 22 series with down pressure installed for $3940 with tax. I did however have a 10% off coupon so you can do the math.

    I was leaning towards the Western Suburbanite and am very glad I paid the extra $800 for the Snoway. When looking at them side by side, the Suburbanite looks like a piece of crap compared to the Snoway.
  5. BSDeality

    BSDeality Senior Member
    Messages: 736

    I have a Fisher LD 6.8 on my 94 Toyota with Timbrens to help with the weight. The fisher is really heavy but a solid plow. I recently bought a snoway V for my ford and was impressed with its weight reduction over a similar fisher/boss/western V. The down pressure is a cool feature too.

    Keep your eye out for a used snoway in the local papers or on Craigslist. I saw a used snoway 22 for a 95-99 tacoma for $1200. I was very close to adding another toyota to my fleet.:eek:
  6. BenHD

    BenHD Junior Member
    from So NH
    Messages: 7

    Just put a 22 Sno-Way w/ down pressure on my 05 Tacoma DC....love it, but it is not cheap...over 4K
  7. Newdude

    Newdude Senior Member
    Messages: 889

    I'd say sno-way . Just my 2 cents.
  8. jgibb150

    jgibb150 Junior Member
    from Indiana
    Messages: 29

    I would go with a Boss sport duty or a Western mid weight