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Hi Green Mountain Man,
Yes I have the rollover plow,
The rollover plow attaches to the 3 bottom mounts and attaches to the lift cylinder with a Clevis. I am sure the V-plow is long gone by now. I will just have to keep my eyes open for another one. With scrap prices high like they have been a lot of this stuff goes to the scrap dealers.
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Martin, Have you talked to Hovis Salvage in Pa. they are only 3 hours from you. I think they have a lot of plows and trucks. I had to leave the v-plow with my truck when i brought it back from Wisc. as it was 12' wide, 8' high and 12' long, short of cutting it up, it would have been expensive to ship with the truck. Tom
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Would the plow have been legal laying on it's side on a lowbed?
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Stretch (04/02/2013)
Would the plow have been legal laying on it's side on a lowbed?


Stretch, Yes it would have worked to lay it on its side but would have required some intricate bracing to hold it in that position. The guy hauling it for me hauled it on a step deck and that would have been overheight. Plus I wouldn't be able to run it down the road without an oversize permit once I got it home anyways. Tom
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Thanks Tom,

Looks like I will be planning a road trip to Pa.
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Hey Martin,

Got any pictures of that truck pushing snow. Tom
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Hi Tom,
I do not have any pictures pushing snow. I liv in the fruit belt of niagara. We don't get a lot of snow (lots of cold this year LOL).
Martin
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Mr Plow,

I know where two V plows are sitting. I have no idea what they are except they are in upstate NY and they are old enough that they are now painted and used as signs. Next time I'm up that way I'll get you some pictures.

http://kbs.justoldtrucks.com/
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