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shoe adjustment?

Discussion in 'Western Plows Discussion' started by 03mossy, Nov 25, 2007.

  1. 03mossy

    03mossy Junior Member
    Messages: 24

    in my owners manual its says for paved surfaces to have the shoes level with the plow. will they get in the way for backdragging or is the the correct hieght? 8' pro plow poly
  2. B&B

    B&B PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 12,777

    You'll have better success if you remove them altogether for anything other than gravel. And even then, many guys don't even use them.
  3. infineon954

    infineon954 Senior Member
    Messages: 251

    I second that. Unless a customer is paying for me to have them on, they are useless
  4. larryhd

    larryhd Senior Member
    from vermont
    Messages: 213


    plow shoes work best as paper weights
  5. 03mossy

    03mossy Junior Member
    Messages: 24

    alright i guess a couple more answers like these and they will make great decoy weights! :)
  6. karol

    karol Senior Member
    Messages: 128


    Sell them on e-bay if you can.
  7. Snow Fresh

    Snow Fresh Junior Member
    Messages: 4

    Thanks for the info Guys!

    Thanks for the info Guys!

    I was going to actually buy a set, but I guess now I won't! :blush2:
  8. 03mossy

    03mossy Junior Member
    Messages: 24

    :nod:i guess i sell ya mine!:nod:
  9. Philbilly2

    Philbilly2 PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,797

    I add them to the collection of things in the bed of the truck..... otherwise known as ballast. :dizzy:

    But B&B brings yet another good point the table. If you plow on gravel, they are great!

    But, x2 on the decoy weight thing... good thinkin!
  10. topdj

    topdj Senior Member
    Messages: 396

    what if your plowing a dirt road out to your barn?
    I had them set high, I now have them level with the plow will this help prevent it from digging into the grass?
  11. sechracer

    sechracer Senior Member
    Messages: 478

    Nope, put them a lil bit lower than the blade, other wise the blade will dig in and they will just sit in the hole made by the blade. I keep mine about 1/2 inch below my cutting edge until my moms gravel drive freezes, then they come off....
  12. Brian Young

    Brian Young PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,394

    Just take them off all together.