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Discussion in '<a href=http://www.plowsite.com target=_blank ?>Sn' started by FIREMAN, Dec 28, 2000.
Does anyone know where to look for plow parts on-line????
http://www.snowplowing-contractors.com/ (follow links)
These are a few that I know of...
Might be others here.
They also give an 8% discount to SIMA members
I highly recommend finding a local retailer, online dont mean diddly during a storm with a down vehicle.
We use J. Thomas. They usually have everything that we need. And a plus as John stated is the 8% off to SIMA members.
Well, I've spent enough time on this board talking about the companies that ticked me off, now I should mention the ones that I like (the online ones anyway, since that is what the thread is about).
Central Parts (the link is already supplied in Slim Jim's reply)- this company is at the TOP of my "gotta love 'em list. The site is easy and professional, email is responded to quickly, and you can question them to death and they don't mind a bit. They are truly concerned with getting you the right part. Do yourself a favor and get their catalog- it's very nice and full sized (unlike those "pocket versions" from others.
Plow Parts Warehouse ( http://www.ppwarehouse.com ) - good selection of Diamond and Fisher parts and a load of accessories.
It is a good idea to have relations with a local dealer if at all possible, that way you can get something fixed when you really need it.