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Old October 23rd, 2011, 08:28 PM   #21
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I have a 10.5 V Arctic and I will tell you it has the heaviest mounting bracket I've ever seen for a plow and parts are stupid expensive
Oh I'm sorry. I thought you were referring to a arctic push box. WhT the he'll do you have a 10.5 mounted on? I know my 9.2 if not bad in full V is almost to the limits on width iirc. I don't know to much about the arctic plows for a consumer product but for commercial plowing I wouldn't want anything but my boss equipment. Parts are easy to cone by and we have a big inventory at our shop for late night problems that are likely to happen. They always do happen when least wanted so it's nice to have parts on hand. Where do you source parts from for your arctic plow locally?
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Old October 24th, 2011, 03:51 PM   #22
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Oh I'm sorry. I thought you were referring to a arctic push box. WhT the he'll do you have a 10.5 mounted on? I know my 9.2 if not bad in full V is almost to the limits on width iirc. I don't know to much about the arctic plows for a consumer product but for commercial plowing I wouldn't want anything but my boss equipment. Parts are easy to cone by and we have a big inventory at our shop for late night problems that are likely to happen. They always do happen when least wanted so it's nice to have parts on hand. Where do you source parts from for your arctic plow locally?
Arctic are Canadian and are the top of the line big snow push commercial plows...they dont sell many in the States due to the price of them...Mine has to be in full-v to drive down the road as its too wide...anywho there is a place in Chesterfield that is a dealer for them, otherwise I just order the shit from the canadas...and all I push is my driveway! I bought it used off a buddy who used to remove snow as part of his money making duties
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There's a couple of the 10.5 VXT Bosses running around town here. Look stupid heavy.
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mines a poly blade and its still stupid heavy due to the size of the mounting brackets and v-frame
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ya i run a 9.2 boss v also poly. ya i know arctic is a big in the push box market with the only section plow out there.
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When I build a house im just gonna put PEX tube in the driveway and sidewalks.. Shoveling SUCKS.
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