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Old 12-24-2010, 12:08 AM   #1
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Blizzard Snowplow


Blizzard 8600 SpeedWing, Purchased in Dec. 2009.
I used the plow for my own driveway and few friends.
Plow is 8'6 wide, with the wings on each side that adjust automaticaly as you angle the blade . When the blade is straight it's in the scoop postion.
It has the Power Hitch 2 system practically mounts itself.

The mount is for 2004 Chevy 2500Hd.

Selling plow ,mount,all wiring and controller.

$3600.00 for complete setup.
Just like new .




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Old 12-26-2010, 06:44 PM   #2
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I'd buy that in a heartbeat if you had a ford f350 mount/wiring.

blizzards are great plows.
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Get that thing over on the Jersey Coast today and you can sell the truck and plow for a tidy profit.
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how much did you get lone? I'm about to venture outside. we don't have much inside work right now, until later in the winter. Estimates today and clearing out all this snow..... glad we didn't get the foot they originally said for our area. i'm thinking there is 6-8 out there.
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how much did you get lone? I'm about to venture outside. we don't have much inside work right now, until later in the winter. Estimates today and clearing out all this snow..... glad we didn't get the foot they originally said for our area. i'm thinking there is 6-8 out there.
I just got done clearing my driveway, as well as my neighbors.
I had some drifts over 2', but on average, 12" is a close estimate.

I'm loving the snowblower. Cleared about 4000 sq. ft. in about 90 minutes.
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the wind out of the north with a driveway going north/south is awesome. the wind knocked it all down to like 3-4 inches maybe a few small drifts.
I think we got probably 6" or so, but it's hard to tell because of the drifts and wind. there are drifts over 1' but grass showing in spots from being blown clear.
using this day to get a lot of errands done. year end BS.
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the wind out of the north with a driveway going north/south is awesome. the wind knocked it all down to like 3-4 inches maybe a few small drifts.
I think we got probably 6" or so, but it's hard to tell because of the drifts and wind. there are drifts over 1' but grass showing in spots from being blown clear.
using this day to get a lot of errands done. year end BS.
I had both trucks parked back to back on the south side of my house. Both beds were filled to the top and brimming over and the hood on one truck was piled to the top of the windshield. I left my camera at my moms house.
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yeah, the shore area got pounded more than inland. glad I don't have to plow the driveway.
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well my street isn't even plowed yet....my neighbors humvee got stuck the street has to be at least 3 feet deep.
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is the plow still available?
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Wish i had the coin, i would be on that like a .02 cent taco. That plow is a great deal!!!
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I should see how much a mount for my truck would be. i just got quoted 5300 for a Boss 8'6" straight blade installed.
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I should see how much a mount for my truck would be. i just got quoted 5300 for a Boss 8'6" straight blade installed.
Wow! Last time I price a Meyer, it was $3600, installed. It was a few years ago though.
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meyer is trash though really. in the plowing community. i had a Boss V plow on my old truck and loved it but the job i have the opportunity to start subbing for is a large mall and a straight blade would be better. i plowed for 4-5 years with my old truck and it's good money but you have to be able to put in 20-30 hrs or more straight and you make 3k or more.
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I checked with the dealer, the mount I have will fit Chevy 2001- 2007

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