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Hey I'm from Norway too. The other side of the pond norway MI. If you make another plow. If you don't have a way to roll the blade try to use a brake and brake every 2" or so then the snow WILL roll off when you angle the plow. Is there a wear blade? If so put it in the front. By the way let's see a smile with the helmet up I always smile when I'm burning rods up. Keep up the GOOD work boys nice fab job. T MIZ :dunno:

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Hey I'm from Norway too. The other side of the pond norway MI. If you make another plow. If you don't have a way to roll the blade try to use a brake and brake every 2" or so then the snow WILL roll off when you angle the plow. Is there a wear blade? If so put it in the front. By the way let's see a smile with the helmet up I always smile when I'm burning rods up. Keep up the GOOD work boys nice fab job. T MIZ :D

Thanks.

Yes, Norway is a beautiful country: P.. You are luckier than me, considering the wheel horse, etc.. is difficult and get them here, and when you find one, take them enormous prices for them, equipment to them is even worse in prices .. viewed on a wheel horse trailer here. small dump cart the price is 3000 NOK. in $ 540 :scared-eek:

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I'm really impressed with your fabrication skills!! Very nice work.

My only concern is that you might want to look at adding another vertical support on each side of the back of the blade? I can't tell how stiff it is by the pictures, but I wouldn't want to see you bend it after all that work. Just my two cents, and keep posting pictures of anything else you build.

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Have I finally got snow here in Norway :woohoo: 15 cm came, so I tested snowplow today, it worked very well so now I'm proud :greetings-clappingyellow: . will make some changes on it to get it and stand a little straighter

thanks again for all the tips, help, etc..

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Great job!! Take break and have some Lutefisk! :greetings-clappingyellow:

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Just read this thread & wanted to say nice job Lars.

For building from scratch your snow plow turned out great. :text-goodpost:

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Norway rocks Kvinesdal! :music-deathmetal: Mad fab skills there too guys, keep up the good work. :bow-blue:

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Awesome !!! :notworthy: An inspirational project :thanks: for sharing it with us.

If I send the steel will you make me one? (only kidding)

Andy

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LARS: So are you having any snow in NORWAY yet?

How about posting a couple photos or a video of that great snowplow -you and your brother made

on Red Square?

You guys did a fabulous job at fabricating that plow and frame. It was a great inspiration for all

Wheel Horse enthusiasts!

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LARS: So are you having any snow in NORWAY yet?

How about posting a couple photos or a video of that great snowplow -you and your brother made

on Red Square?

You guys did a fabulous job at fabricating that plow and frame. It was a great inspiration for all

Wheel Horse enthusiasts!

Hi Lane Ranger.. Yes i got snow here in norway, and i will try to get an vid of it :)

And thanks to all for the great commetn :D

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Great job! I like the extra angle position you drilled in the plow carriage.

Its nice to see a great looking W H in Norway.................Ed

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