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    Default Recommend P/A snowplow

    What plow are you using? I'm looking at Curtis and Wildcat. Must be 7.5' and power angling.

    I would prefer a poly blade

    Would like to save some money, anyone got anything to share?
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    Default Re: Recommend P/A snowplow

    I got a 7 1/2' Hinker Big Ox with quick attach. They are made for skidsteers, but mine works great for my FEL. I had my tractor dealer order it site unseen, and it's worked out better than expected.

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    Default Re: Recommend P/A snowplow

    Quote Originally Posted by Ford850 View Post
    I got a 7 1/2' Hinker Big Ox with quick attach. They are made for skidsteers, but mine works great for my FEL. I had my tractor dealer order it site unseen, and it's worked out better than expected.
    I did look at Hinikers. Is your's a poly moldboard? Can you tell me what you paid for it or PM me what you paid for it?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Recommend P/A snowplow

    I paid around $2300, including delivery to my door, hydraulic hoses, and fittings. Mine is steel, not poly.
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    Default Re: Recommend P/A snowplow

    Quote Originally Posted by Builder View Post
    What plow are you using? I'm looking at Curtis and Wildcat. Must be 7.5' and power angling.

    I would prefer a poly blade

    Would like to save some money, anyone got anything to share?
    In know these folks are located in Michigan but give them a call you might be suprised.Michigan iron & equipment.PH#517-625-4590 ask for Bob Piro,owner.coobie
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    Default Re: Recommend P/A snowplow

    Seems like the only possible poly plow might be a Curtis, although they haven't answered me yet if they make a poly moldboard for their tractor plow.

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    Default Re: Recommend P/A snowplow

    Somewhere I read the poly blades are heavier than steel blades; might want to check it out.
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    Default Re: Recommend P/A snowplow

    Quote Originally Posted by dqdave1 View Post
    Somewhere I read the poly blades are heavier than steel blades; might want to check it out.
    I'd be OK with them being heavier. I've had dozens on steel moldboards and I was impressed with the poly moldboards. I hate rust and although the entire plow isn't poly, it's just one less thing to rust & repaint.

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    Default Re: Recommend P/A snowplow

    Call Hiniker to be sure, they might make one. When I bought mine I think they had one available. I know they make them for pickups.

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