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Stick with Curtis? Or jump to SnowDogg or Western?

Discussion in 'SNO-PRO PLOW AND ACCESSORIES by Curtis' started by glakessnow, Dec 19, 2010.

  1. glakessnow

    glakessnow Junior Member
    Messages: 2

    Hey guys - long time lurker - first time poster.
    I'm due for a new plow - got an old Curtis rusting off of my truck. I really like the plow - but I'm a little worried about the future of Curtis. I've been looking at Western or SnowDogg, but now I'm wondering if I should stick with what I know. I do like the mount. Of course, SnowDogg is stainless. Western has a good reputation, but a little pricey
  2. bronco91

    bronco91 Senior Member
    from wyckoff
    Messages: 146

    Stick with curtis. Bought one two years ago and love it and have not had problems with it at all. The dealer in my town tell me their is nothing to worry about with curtis they aren't going any were. And the new lights are great to. So I think u should stick with what u know.
  3. PLOWMAN45

    PLOWMAN45 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,951

    I had a 2 year old curtis which i sold and bought western snowplow it was to hard to get simple parts like elbows
  4. amocerino

    amocerino Senior Member
    from 01606
    Messages: 177

    Curtis is still going strong are plows are Sno-Pro now and the new website is www.sno-proplows.com
  5. South Seneca

    South Seneca Senior Member
    Messages: 474

    It's all in what you can get good service for in your area.

    When it breaks, I want the right parts or service ASAP. I don't mind paying a few extra bucks for the convenience of good service. The dealer needs to be able to handle the volume when it snows we need it fixed yesterday!
  6. dirtymax

    dirtymax Junior Member
    from Ontario
    Messages: 20

    I like my curtis, but i'm wondering why curtis wouldn't do away with the pump and motor down in the A-frame and use the same style harness as their trip edge plows?? Seems like a no brainer, get the "brains" of the plow up out of that snow and salt catch basin!
  7. JPK Excavating

    JPK Excavating Junior Member
    Messages: 23

    put a curtis next to a western look at the mounts and hydrolics.. look at the lot when its down and make a descision
  8. glakessnow

    glakessnow Junior Member
    Messages: 2

    Thanks guys - that certainly makes me a feel better. I like the plow - might be worth sticking with them. It just seemed pretty quiet out there on the Curtis front.

    THEGOLDPRO PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,136

    my curtis is going on 9 years old without a single problem, only changed the fluid twice in 8 years. if i had a curtis dealer closer to my house i would have bought a curtis over the boss plow i just bought for the chevy.