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V-polw Question

Discussion in 'Hiniker' started by jamartz, Jan 1, 2009.

  1. jamartz

    jamartz Member
    Messages: 45

    I have been looking at the Hiniker Trip edge V-plow as a posibility for a new plow next year.
    For those of you that have one, I was wondering what methog Hiniker uses to keep the V from leaving trails of snow.

    Most V's anymore have the formed cutting edge that controls it but I notice on Hinikers website pics that it looks like they just have straight Cutting edges, which would make sense with the trip edge design.

    Any help would be great!

  2. hinikersnowplow

    hinikersnowplow Member
    from on aol
    Messages: 53

    go with hiniker scoop alot better and less spillage
  3. jamartz

    jamartz Member
    Messages: 45

    I looked at the scoop also. Seems to be a pretty cool design, Guess i have been used to having a V that I didn't really give it much thought to look deeper at the scoop. i will do some other looking at it.
  4. NBI Lawn

    NBI Lawn PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,797

    X2 on the scoop
  5. plownoob

    plownoob Senior Member
    from ny
    Messages: 128

    I was also looking at this plow for next year so I can pick up larger accounts. How does the scoop window?
  6. crew cuts

    crew cuts Junior Member
    from Omaha
    Messages: 21

    The cutting edges do cover the middle. No snow trails left behind
  7. jamartz

    jamartz Member
    Messages: 45

    Thanks! That was my main concern. I really like the hiniker design. It may have to be my next plow! Now all I need is MONEY!!!!
  8. crew cuts

    crew cuts Junior Member
    from Omaha
    Messages: 21

    I'm pretty sure we all wish we had more...