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Discussion in 'Network: North' started by KINGSBURYLANDSCAPELLC, Feb 22, 2007.
Can I plow a few of your drives with it?? Does it back drag better than your fisher?
It still isn't a 'great' back blade plow- and your not supposed to back blade with the wings out- the blizzard is heaver than the fishers which give it a better scrape both forwards and backwards.
Portsmouth Ford is the cheapest place to buy- there service/knowledge not so good.
Portsmouth Ford???? really, thats where I bought my truck 5 years ago and I didnt think they had them then
They didn't - just started selling plows acouple of years ago.
Hey Ken sent you a pm
Ya last time I talked to Justin (the same night i talked to you) he said he was going to see James the morning because he lives just down the street from his shop.
Jason, no pm here.....
Scott sure you can come check it out any time. give me a call....
Ive used mine to back drag with the wings out, nothing to heavy and a far distance, but being able to put a wing out to reach something is an awesome and timesaving thing....
youtube has some good videos on the fishers and westerns with a similar design now (the fishers still have the trip edge but the westerns have the full trip blade...though they're the same thing).
Fisher- Western - Blizzard - All owned by the same company.
The Fisher model is close to $2K more than the Blizzard- and you cant run them on the standard Fisher mounts/harness
i knew fisher and western were........the parent company bought out blizzard?
i found it funny how the western "disses" on plows with trip edges
zach, i almost stopped in today since i was out early (getting screwed on hours). i have some new business cards for ya