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Snow Plow Cutting Edge

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kenmill1958
Plow for my 919 needs a cutting edge. Also needs shoes. I have an old cutting edge from my truck. Was thinking of cutting it down and mounting it up. I also have a set of new shoes from a Meyers plow. Wasthinking of mounting this to it also. Is this too much weight for the unit?? Any thoughts?? Thanks Ken

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RickS
Perry, I put a new cutting edge on my 46 inch plow a year or two ago. I don't remember the cost, but I think it was around 50 dollars. In my mind the price was reasonable and not worth my time to find something else to use. Sorry I could not be more accurate. Rick.........

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Perry, I put a new cutting edge on my 46 inch plow a year or two ago. I don't remember the cost, but I think it was around 50 dollars. In my mind the price was reasonable and not worth my time to find something else to use. Sorry I could not be more accurate. Rick.........
ya thats what i meant the 46"

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