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snowdogg vs poly's

Discussion in 'SnowDogg Snow Plows' started by smokin4by, Jan 21, 2010.

  1. smokin4by

    smokin4by Member
    from indiana
    Messages: 98

    i have to admit there is something about these snowdogg plows that keeps making me think to give one a try.

    but i have an odd question for you owners... how does this plow sound when your plowing? not too many video's on youtube yet. we have used poly boss, westerns and a few lexan snoways, and been very happy with the fact that all you hear are the hydro's and the cutting edge. a sub has had a snoway with their SS moldboard and we could hear him coming long before we could see him. it just sounded like a bag a cans dragging the ground. i know alot of it would have to do with how the moldboard is attached, but looking for some feedback from you guys who use them.

    thanks in advance:waving:
  2. V-Dogg

    V-Dogg Junior Member
    Messages: 26

    All I can hear is the mold board scraping, the heater blower motor and what ever I have on the radio or cd.
  3. BayStateGlenn

    BayStateGlenn Member
    Messages: 42

    The Dogg does have a pretty agresive attack angle. It likely gives a good scrape but I imagine it does add to the noise factor. My Fisher was silent... but thats because it left a thin layer of packed snow on the lot.
  4. V-Dogg

    V-Dogg Junior Member
    Messages: 26

    Yes, it scrapes very good.It also scrapes good back dragging,not like a back blade but not bad.
  5. deere615

    deere615 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,919

    Heres a video of mine, Couple clips in and out of cab they are a bit noiser but I never hear any of that in the cab the only time I heard it is when I made this video. But I like my plow