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Pro Wing Relpacement Rubber/Urethane

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Powastroka, Dec 22, 2011.

  1. Powastroka

    Powastroka Member
    Messages: 84

    Bought a new cutting edge this year, and need to replace the wing cutting edges..

    What do you think about these?

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  2. peterng

    peterng Senior Member
    Messages: 249

    i bet their abrasion resistance would be good but what about their impact resistance ?

    They would propably stay put against the blade better. I find mine can get a lot of snow built up behind them. I manage to hit something each year that bends back the wing a bit, I wonder how much these would bend to accomodate that. Or how they deal with curbs.

    I been happy with the performance of my rubber edges and I think I would replace them with the same given the questions I have about urethane. To solid I think.

    That's my impression, go with what you know.