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How to Store and Remove a Straight Blade Plow from Storage

Posted by Natalie Hackstock

Jun 3, 2021 9:59:56 AM

When deciding to become a straight blade BOSS plow owner, it is important to know how to properly store that plow. Knowing how to store and remove your plow from storage, will help you in maintaining the plows quality. Along with maintaining the look of your BOSS plow, proper storage will help ensure your plows performance, providing you with reliable service! Follow the steps below to learn how to properly store and remove your plow from storage!

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Topics: Best Practices/ Tips

How to Maintain and Store a Box Plow

Posted by Natalie Hackstock

Jun 3, 2021 9:50:20 AM

Your BOSS plow is designed to be reliable and easy to maintain, with minimum maintenance. To ensure that it performs to your expectations year after year, please follow these simple maintenance precautions.

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Topics: Maintenance, Best Practices/ Tips

Cleaning Your VBX Spreader

Posted by Natalie Hackstock

May 11, 2021 2:30:54 PM

It is extremely important to clean your VBX spreader to maintain the appearance and condition. Follow these simple steps to clean your BOSS VBX Spreader!

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Topics: Best Practices/ Tips

How to Attach and Detach a Snowplow from Your ATV

Posted by Natalie Hackstock

Oct 6, 2020 11:34:00 AM

Attaching and detaching your plow in cold weather is a process you want to be smooth and easy. Follow these simple instructions and diagrams below to help guide you through the process!

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Topics: Best Practices/ Tips

Got Financing? Finance Your Snow and Ice Removal Equipment

Posted by Katie Roell

Sep 17, 2020 11:31:00 AM

Whether it is the beginning of a winter season and you need to add equipment to service new contracts or the end of a profitable season and time to replace equipment that took a beating all season long, understanding the financing options available to you is beneficial. Every purchase is unique and every business has different capabilities and needs. Below are several financing options for you to consider. 

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Topics: Buyer's Guide

Is Your Plow Ready for Winter?

Posted by Katie Roell

Sep 15, 2020 11:18:00 AM

Ensure your plow is ready for winter by scheduling a preseason plow inspection with your Authorized BOSS Dealer!   

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Topics: Maintenance

Why the BOSS Snowrator is the Right Choice for You?

Posted by Natalie Hackstock

Sep 1, 2020 9:37:22 AM

 

Winter doesn't just mean snow. Winter equals snow, ice, slush, and everything in between. The BOSS Snowrator is one machine that can take care of it all in one pass.The Snowrator is a taskmaster, time saver, and labor saver. Everything you need in order to clean and clear sidewalks. The BOSS Snowrator is the ultimate solution!

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Topics: Buyer's Guide

Storage and Safety Tips for Snowrator

Posted by Natalie Hackstock

Mar 30, 2020 11:17:29 AM

Spring is here and it's time to put away your plows and trusted BOSS Snowrator! When storing your Snowrator for the spring and summer you want to make sure it stays in good condition for the next winter season! Follow these tips and tricks to store your Snowrator!

 

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Topics: Best Practices/ Tips

Protect Your Transmission

Posted by Katie Roell

Feb 28, 2020 9:13:50 AM

Transmission damage is 1 of the most common problems that occur while plowing. The following
steps can help prevent transmission damage.

Ways to Protect Your Truck Transmission

• Do not plow in overdrive unless your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual recommends it.
• Plan your plow pattern so that you drive forward as much as possible.
• Come to a complete stop before shifting from forward to reverse.
• Wait until the transmission engages before accelerating.
• Accelerate slowly, allowing the tires to grip the road surface for better traction. Avoid spinning the
tires.
• Start driving forward before lowering the plow for a pass.
• Whenever possible, back into a cleared area.
• If you have a manual transmission, avoid riding the clutch while plowing.
• Change the transmission fluid before and during the plowing season. If the fluid has a burnt smell, change the fluid as soon as possible.
• You can install an inline transmission heat gauge to monitor the temperature in your transmission. If it reaches 121°C (250°F), let the vehicle idle until the fluid cools.

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Topics: Maintenance

Why Buy from a BOSS Dealer?

Posted by Katie Roell

Sep 9, 2019 3:09:00 PM

When winter brings chaos, you need a team you can trust. That's why when you buy from a BOSS Dealer, you get more than a quality piece of equipment. You get a trusted resource for genuine BOSS parts, service and advice- as well as the largest selection at competitive prices. Because at BOSS, our promise is that we will always be there to BACK YOU UP. 

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Topics: Buyer's Guide

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