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Where is the sno way forum?

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by PapaSnowPlow, Mar 12, 2011.

  1. PapaSnowPlow

    PapaSnowPlow Junior Member
    Messages: 15

    they have a nice pusher style plow called the megablade revolution for trucks. anyone run them? They'd be perfect for HOAs with lots of cars parked.
  2. PapaSnowPlow

    PapaSnowPlow Junior Member
    Messages: 15

  3. lilpusher

    lilpusher Senior Member
    from Indiana
    Messages: 140

    You can search old threads for snoway
  4. Rc2505

    Rc2505 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,245

    There were some issues with snoway plows, and that led to even more issues on the snoway forum, that led to snoway pulling their sponsorship, and asking for the forum to be taken down. So for the past 2 seasons, there hasn't been anything for reference here anymore. However if you ask a question there are several guys on here that run snoway plows, as well as a couple guys that are very knowledgeable about them as well.

    I personally have an older snoway V plow that I love. It is slower than my boss V, but it seems to scrape better, and it has down pressure for back dragging.
  5. Burkartsplow

    Burkartsplow PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,246

    I thought they went out of business when they took down there forum. Who wants to buy a product from a company that pulls its sponsorship from a website that promotes there product and when the product has issues and starts receiving critcism they run and hide. The only good thing that came out of snoway is dp,other then that I think there product is junk.
  6. PapaSnowPlow

    PapaSnowPlow Junior Member
    Messages: 15

    damn. I really like the look of their new plows. very interesting that they removed the forum. wtf. This thing looks to be even more productive than a blizzard or wideout.
  7. grandview

    grandview PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 14,609

    Look for "basher" on here.
  8. R.G.PEEL

    R.G.PEEL 2000 Club Member
    from Toronto
    Messages: 2,196

    Pappasnowplow, I have a couple of their blades, one of them being the megablade revolution you posted the link of. They certainly had their problems which is what led to the criticism and eventual pull of sponsorship on here. At the same time you are absolutely right that they are by far the most productive plow that I've ever seen for a pickup. They are extremely heavy, you will need to put a heavier coil in a ford and I wouldn't even consider it on a chev or dodge (not talking about preference, but rather about front spring capacity) After owning it, I can't imagine going back to plowing without it.

    My suggestion would be to wait another year or so to give them more time to work out the problems. I recieved a brand new plow from them this fall because of all the problems that it was having. There are many changes to the design which strengthen and improve its power. They are on track to making it work as good as the concept seems. You can see how it works by checking out my pics or youtube vids. Look up r.g. peel construction pics and vids thread.
  9. basher

    basher PlowSite Fanatic
    from 19707
    Messages: 8,993

    If you are considering a 3/4 ton truck you should consider the 29R. The revo belongs on a 450 or heavier class truck. The 29R is just as productive on a lighter more compact package with far less amperage draw. I personally ran a 29R through 10 events last season from 1.5" of icey mix though two back to backs,a 5" inch storm in the morning and a 12 inch storm that night. Maybe the most productive unit I have ever used.
  10. forbidden

    forbidden Senior Member
    Messages: 392

    With what is going on with Blizzard right now, this new plow has most certainly caught my attention. If I were Snoway, I would take that as an opportunity to get back on here and move forward with life.