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  • Snowplow to Snowpusher

    This is a 8' Boss P/a plow i coverted to a pusher for a customer this week.All 1/4"plate except for the skid/shoes 1"x4"ar400.Top pc is 8"x8'x1/4". Any questions/input feel free to ask.
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  • #2
    Nice welding and fab job.
    Hopefully my welding skills will be that good someday.........

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    • #3
      Ok, hears the question

      I have had both western and boss snow plows. Currently have the boss V plow. Wondering what happens to the pusher when the main blade catches something and you have the (nicely welded I might add) sides. It can't tip down so something is gonna give, I think.

      Leefy

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      • #4
        looks good! glad we don't get that much snow!!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Leefy View Post
          I have had both western and boss snow plows. Currently have the boss V plow. Wondering what happens to the pusher when the main blade catches something and you have the (nicely welded I might add) sides. It can't tip down so something is gonna give, I think.

          Leefy
          This plow has a trip edge like the fishers.Not a trip board were the whole push board flips down like the westerns.

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          • #6
            That answers that. Thanks

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