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post #1 of 9 Old 09-08-2009, 12:13 PM Thread Starter
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Finally got my V-blade installed on my truck. Now i cant wait for the snow to fly!!!!

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Nice truck and plow!


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still scratching lottery tickets so I can get the funds for one o' those....

looks sweet!

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Nice looking set-up


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Hey how do you like the boss always have had fisher and never a reason to change. but let me know how it holds up.

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In what instance do you need a v plow and in what instance do you need a straight plow? Just curious dont have any trucks with plows down here except the big state trucks.
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Hey how do you like the boss always have had fisher and never a reason to change. but let me know how it holds up.
I LOVE IT!!! I've always had boss straight blades and i finally worked up the balls to drop $7000 on a plow and I'm not looking back. I made enough $$$ in a month and a half to pay this thing off last year. I had this on a GMC last year and i can't wait to use it with my truck here. I have a buddy that had a western straight on his 06 SD and he just bought a 9-2 boss v blade. I also have another truck with a Curtis on it and i can hook my v blade up and unhook it faster that we can hook our Curtis up. And I'm gonna say I'm never gonna buy another Curtis because this thing is only 4 years old and we've gone through 3 plow motors, 2 controls, 15 or so solenoids and we had to rebuild the hinge points. So all in all Boss Is my fave. We also have a Boss straight blade that we've had for 22 years and it still has the original plow motor, cutting edge, and we just had to replace the first spool valve last year. And this is all plowing the oilfields here in northern MI.

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In what instance do you need a v plow and in what instance do you need a straight plow? Just curious dont have any trucks with plows down here except the big state trucks.
V blades make it easier to open up roads. Especially when there are snow drifts 2 to 3 feet deep and even deeper. Plus they can clean up alot better too. Just switching to a V blade, i was able to cut a half an hour to and hour off my plowing time at each well location.

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i just bought the fisher xblade, ive never plowed with a boss but looks good on you truck

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