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Turkey Wing feedback

Shady Brook

Member
Location
Indiana
Looking for any feedback on those who used the Turkey Wings? Can anyone compare performance to the regular prowings? Any thoughts would be appreciated.

Thanks
Jay
 
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Shady Brook

Member
Location
Indiana
Thanks Rick!

I was hopeing someone has tried the two different wings, and could offer some insite on performance. I have an idea of what they are supposed to do, just want to hear about how they actually do perform, the Turkey wings in particular.

Thanks
Jay
 
SHADY...I just bought a pair of turkeys at the
BBQ....Can't wait to try them ! I read the pros
and cons of the turkeys and pro wings at this
site ! I like the turkeys trip set up for my
full trip western...also how they will "ride up"
over obstructions. Well I guess I will have to
wait for snow to really know how they will
work and keep ya posted...................geo
 
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Shady Brook

Member
Location
Indiana
Geo

Could you go some place with a high altitude and try them out for my own personal benfit. :) They look nice, can you tell me if they bolt right up to the plow, or do you need to drill holes? I can not seem to get an answer from the Turkey man, maybe he is out of town or something.

Thanks
Jay
 

turkeywing

Manufacturer & PlowSite.com Sponsor
Jay,
I think there is something wrong with your e-mail it keeps sending it back?
Any way you will need to drill holes through the moldboard to mount the receiver for the key to slip into. e-mail me your phone number or address and I can get you more info.

Rod

"Put the snow where you want it to go!
 
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