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Which new plow?

Discussion in 'Residential Snow Removal' started by doc623, Oct 30, 2013.

  1. doc623

    doc623 Junior Member
    from OHIO
    Messages: 8

    For non commercial homeowner plow with the choice of Myers, Boss, or Snow Way for a 03 GMC 1500 YUKON; what would be the best one to get?
  2. Wilnip

    Wilnip Senior Member
    Messages: 592

    Snoway has a nice light plow for that half ton. But everyone has their favorites. You may want to look into Snow Dogg plows for what you need it for as well.
  3. Triton2286

    Triton2286 Senior Member
    Messages: 653

    Get what you think you would like and what fits the truck.
  4. basher

    basher PlowSite Fanatic
    from 19707
    Messages: 8,993

    Snoway, if only for the down pressure.

    They also offer a hydraulically controlled wings for the 1/2 tons.
  5. dieselss

    dieselss PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 11,391

    Snow way my .01
  6. peteo1

    peteo1 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,660

    Anything but a meyer. Given your options I would go with boss.
  7. scottL

    scottL PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,613

    sno-way. down pressure is worth a ton :nod:

    it's also a solid workhorse.
  8. jasonv

    jasonv PlowSite.com Addict
    from kannada
    Messages: 1,122

    ^^^ that.

    well, sort-of.

    The biggest problem I've observed with meyer plows, is in the blade construction. Of the meyer plows I've owned, both use bent angle iron as the vertical ribs, with the OPEN side facing the skin. The problem with this is that you end up with an unsealed, but inaccessible cavity between three faces of mild steel. Now it isn't hard to imagine what happens with this --- RUST. MASSIVE rust.

    What you should be looking for on ANY plow, is that it doesn't have any unsealed, inaccessible cavities for rust to take hold of. If it has accessible cavities where you can get at with a paint brush, or cavities are TOTALLY sealed so that there is no way water can get into them, then you're ok.