I feel the best snow plow set-up of all time was the Dodge factory belt drive system of the 70's. A fan belt turned a small hydraulic pump that fed a manually operated valve body. Two rods with knobs were at the driver's left knee. Absolutely bulletproof. There was no electricity used. (except the lights) The fluid was warm to the touch, and the blade as fast as anything. Teamed with a 360 and auto transmission, nothing could touch it. It was either made by Dodge, Parker-Hannifin, or Meyer. It came with a meyer blade. Shame the truck bodies couldn't hold up. Wish I had my 3 back. Brownie, Blue, and Maria. We've got bossez and meyer e 60s and a diamond from Maine. The diamond is belt drive, but a weak second. I miss them as I write this. I honestly believe the only reason it's gone is becuse it never broke down. Comments Gentlemen?