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Prepare Your Equipment for Battle

Posted by Katie Roell

Jan 11, 2019 2:28:42 PM

 

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Topics: Best Practices/ Tips

Rubber Edge vs. Steel Edge Box Plows

Posted by Rachel Perpich

Jan 9, 2019 4:00:15 PM

New to our 2018 arsenal of heavy equipment products, rubber edge box plows have hit the market. These box plows are available in lengths of 8’ and 10’, and feature the same design structure of our steel box plow to help you get the job done quickly to restore order for your customers.BOSS SK BOX PLOW W/STEEL EDGE

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Topics: Buyer's Guide

How to Attach and Detach Your BOSS Drag Pro Rear Plow

Posted by Katie Roell

Dec 27, 2018 8:49:49 AM

The new BOSS DRAG PRO™ brings all of the power and productivity of BOSS plows to the back of your truck. The DRAG PRO™ mounts from the rear, allowing you to pull snow from the back while driving. Back into driveways, drop the plow, and pull forward – save time. Expand the wings in a parking lot, and take more snow with each pass than you’ve ever been able to with a ¾ ton truck. The weight of the rear of the vehicle means the Drag Pro scrapes more cleanly and efficiently than traditional plows, especially in wet snow. Pair with a BOSS vee, straight or EXT plow for the ultimate expanding plow rig, and a huge boost in productivity. It’s an innovative, productivity-boosting tool from BOSS that’s built to BACK YOU UP. Available for 4WD, 3/4-Ton and 1-Ton vehicles. 

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Topics: Buyer's Guide

Benefits of Curb Guards

Posted by Rachel Perpich

Dec 27, 2018 8:27:48 AM

The concept of a curb guard might seem simple, but it is still a product that could potentially save you (or your crew) from having to invest extra money in fixing damages to your cutting edge, plow or curb. There are basic advantages to owning a curb guard for your plow, which consist of prolonging the use of your products before they need to be replaced. But there are also other advantages that you may not have previously considered.

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How to Estimate Your Spreader Material Needs

Posted by Taylor Peiffer

Jul 30, 2018 8:14:38 AM


Winter is behind us, but as many seasoned snow and ice management professionals know, the snow business requires attention even during the summer months. Depending on your situation, this could mean getting an order for deicers in now. But first, you must determine what kind of deicer you require and how much of it.

BOSS Spreader

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Urethane Cutting Edges vs. Steel Cutting Edges

Posted by Elsa Pontbriand

Jul 16, 2018 10:40:24 AM

Your cutting edge is looking worn after restoring order in your community and you may be asking – should I replace with a urethane cutting edge or a steel cutting edge?

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Topics: Buyer's Guide, Best Practices/ Tips

Sidewalk Maintenance

Posted by Rachel Perpich

Jul 2, 2018 8:31:24 AM

De-icing is a key element of public safety during the winter months. It is important not to forget about maintaining the sidewalk quality during this time. Sidewalks can be a very profitable addition to your winter service arsenal, but only when done efficiently. Whatever your sidewalk maintenance needs, we have a whole line of innovative products that will get the job done quickly and effectively. Check them out here:

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Topics: Maintenance, Buyer's Guide

2018 BOSS Owners Group Winter Recap

Posted by Alex Milinski

May 29, 2018 2:14:56 PM

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Topics: Special Topics

Steel and Wool Stormy Kromer BOSS Plow

Posted by Katie Schinderle

May 11, 2018 3:38:47 PM

When you put steel and wool together, good things happen. The partnership with Stormy Kromer grew out of a love for winter and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. 

 

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Topics: Special Topics

Turn Your Tractor into a Snow Removal Machine

Posted by Jen Strelcheck

Apr 1, 2018 4:17:49 PM

Tractors are a versatile piece of equipment, as well as a large investment. Most tractor owners want to get the most work they can out of their machines, and with many available attachments, summer projects have never been easier. But what about the winter months?

 

Many equipment owners winterize and store their machines away for the winter months, but why do that when you can get a little more work out of your investment. Tractors come with optional cabs, heaters, and 4-wheel drive, making it the perfect snow removal tool. With more traction than a truck, it pushes snow and moves snowbanks with ease. Not only are home owners using tractors for personal snow removal, more and more snow removal contractors are turning to these multi-purpose machines for their businesses. Tractors are tough, and they will outlast a pickup truck in the worst environments. So rather than putting wear and tear on your daily driver, use a piece of equipment that has been built to withstand the test of time. See tractor plows from BOSS! 

 

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