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    Default Snow Plow Wings

    Any body put wings on there snow plows? After market or homebuilt? I could use some pics and some advice as to if they are worth it. I've heard they can cause damage to the plow.

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    Default Re: Snow Plow Wings

    I built a set for my Boss straight blade plow. I only plow around the farm but it has been a nice improvement. The biggest advantage for me was being able to wing the snow farther off the shoulder of the driveway. They also made it nicer for cleanup.

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    I added a set of wings to my 60" blade over the summer but haven't had the opportuity to try them out yet. They are the PW22 model available at Northern Tool and added about a foot to each end. They are secured using brackets and pins so they can be removed (the wings but not the brackets) very easily. Search the "snow removal" forum for the thread, which has several photos of the installation.

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    Default Re: Snow Plow Wings

    Quote Originally Posted by sixgun View Post
    I added a set of wings to my 60" blade over the summer but haven't had the opportuity to try them out yet. They are the PW22 model available at Northern Tool and added about a foot to each end. They are secured using brackets and pins so they can be removed (the wings but not the brackets) very easily. Search the "snow removal" forum for the thread, which has several photos of the installation.
    by wings do you mean a gate to convert the blade to a push? or simply to lengthen the actual blade??
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    Default Re: Snow Plow Wings

    Here are a few photos. They both add length and help to keep the snow from trailing off the sides. Sort of halfway between a straight blade and a pusher.
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    Default Re: Snow Plow Wings

    Thanks for the pics, that is exactly what I was looking at. Have you used them for a winter yet?

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    Default Re: Snow Plow Wings

    Unfortunately, no use yet. I almost used the plow after the Halloween storm (16") but I still had several jobs for the loader before I could put the plow on. Plus, my drive was (and still) not frozen so I would have made a mess of things.

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    Those are Buyers Pro Wings. They are decent and available cheaper at places other than northern tool. They have a rubber cutting edge and if you catch something with the wing itself they will bend. But they are great for the money. You just have to treat them nicely. Biggest benefit with wings is the ability to carry snow.

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    Default Re: Snow Plow Wings

    These came with the blade I purchased from quickattach. They fold back out of the way when not needed.






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    Default Re: Snow Plow Wings

    Quote Originally Posted by jk96 View Post
    These came with the blade I purchased from quickattach. They fold back out of the way when not needed.





    hay...i have the same thing

    so far im VERY impressed with the blade also.
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