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Steel or Polly?

WeedWhacker69

Junior Member
I'm new at the snow removal side of the business and I'm currently looking at the Curtis Plows but was wondering what is the better choice between polly or steel plows?? Any info. would be apprciated.
 

CT18fireman

Banned
Location
Western CT
Well poly plows are great cause snow is harder to stick to them. However I run all steel. First of all because I mainly run Fisher. In reality though for me I can repair a steel plow easily with my mig welder. I also paint my plow blades every year so they have a rather smooth and slick surface. Do a search and you will find much discussion on this topic (pro vs con) You will find that on this site some who run poly and some steel.
 
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