yes or no for plow feet?

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  1. crew

    crew LawnSite Member
    Posts: 163

    Do you leave plow feet on or take them off? The only application where these make sense to me is on gravel.Whats up with those thangs?
  2. cat320

    cat320 LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 822

    well i leave mine on but adjust them to be level with my plow edge i think that it gives it a little more support .
  3. John Allin

    John Allin LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,489

    Another good application is "door stops".

  4. finnegan

    finnegan LawnSite Member
    Posts: 109

    we don't run with shoes on but we still use them

    we cut off the shoe part and weld heavy duty casters to the shafts,then we pull up to the garage put our wheels on and roll our blades into storage
  5. BRL

    BRL LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,211

    Use the search button in the top right corner for a few fun discussions on plow shoes.
  6. Alan

    Alan Member
    Posts: 1,185

    Plow shoes are a joke! They don't help on gravel unless it is frozen and if it IS then you don't need shoes. I never figured the shoes were there to support the plow anyhow but to help cut down on wear on the cutting edge.
  7. Five Star Lawn Care LLC

    Five Star Lawn Care LLC LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,005

    mine are still on for the simple fact that im to lazy to take them off.
  8. crash22201

    crash22201 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 28

    I had shoes on mine but i took them off. now they
    hold my garage door open.
    my opinion is they are junk. They serve no
    purpose. I would take them off and through
    them in the corner.
  9. landscaper3

    landscaper3 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,354

    Thats the first thing that comes off all our plows are the shoes. I like finnegans idea about the wheels on the shoes.
  10. GeoffDiamond

    GeoffDiamond LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Maine
    Posts: 1,651

    I have a pick-up bed full of shoes, out on the "back 40".


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