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Rubber snow deflectors

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by sgoalie23, Sep 16, 2006.

  1. sgoalie23

    sgoalie23 Member
    Messages: 62

    How well do rubber snow deflectors actually work, if at all? Also, does any one use a poly snow deflector, particularly a "boss poly deflector". It seems to me like they would break if your stacking snow and hit some ice or something else hard.

  2. NickyBombs

    NickyBombs Member
    Messages: 44

    The rubber deflector on my fisher x blade makes a huge difference. It keeps all the ice and snow off the windshield. It is tough as nails and has steel threads in it, like a car tire would. I wouldn't plow without it.wesport
  3. DJ Contracting

    DJ Contracting PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,392

    I have plowed with both deflector and without, does it keep the snow off completely (long runs and fast push) no but they do help.
  4. dmontgomery

    dmontgomery PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,238

    my Snoway has a poly deflector.....I have not used it yet but it seems pretty tough....

  5. 04f250xlt

    04f250xlt Junior Member
    Messages: 28

    Need 1

    Looking for a Deflector to fit my 8ft fisher hd, Some guys in the past have mention a rubber conveyour belt, where can i buy 1 ???

    :dizzy: all set on paying $225.00 for 1 that says Fisher :dizzy:
  6. 04superduty

    04superduty PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,354

    try your local TSC, i believe its called bailer belt or something like that. they sell it by the foot.
  7. jcesar

    jcesar Senior Member
    from Mi
    Messages: 492

    I have a poly on my western. Never had a problem with pushing into piles.
  8. Mainiac

    Mainiac Member
    Messages: 46

    I took my skill saw and cut the tread off of a 265/75/r16 good year wrangler with a quarter tread left on it. Then drilled a length of 12 gauge 2.5" wide and 8' long, .250 holes every 6".
    Bolted them onto the plow, and this will be it's 5th year with no real damages.
    Plus it was virtually free, and looks neat with the tread on the top.

    I'm defiant, I spend money only when absolutely necessary and all my improvisations have failed. :)

    Good luck!
  9. Mainiac

    Mainiac Member
    Messages: 46

    Oops, I was thinking about the deflector on top off the plow. My bad!