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Drop-In Plow Wings Move More Snow
A pair of 2-ft. wing blades that drop into sockets welded to each end of his snow blade allow John Herren, Louisville, Ky., to plow more snow in a day.
  “The wings mount on my Meyers 7-ft. snow blade, which I use to plow our church’s parking lot. The wings allow the blade to reach its full snow-moving potential,” says Herren.
  The 8-in. high by 2-ft. long wings were made out of 8-in. channel iron and are tapered to a point in front. A 1-ft. length of 5-in. channel iron is welded to each wing and is fitted with a pair of 1 1/4-in. dia. steel pins spaced 8 in. apart. The pins fit into sockets welded onto the back side of the blade.
  Herren removed a pair of skid shoes from the back side of the blade to make room for the sockets. The sockets are 5 in. long and have brackets welded to them that are welded onto the blade.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, John Herren, P.O. Box 72069, Louisville, Ky. 40272 (ph 502 741-7521; jrherren31@yahoo.com).

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2011 - Volume #35, Issue #6