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C52_DDAF6_032_F_4126_B185_6_BA9_E279_A29Hi all... I just wanted to pass along some information. I needed to replace my wear bar on my 54” snow blade. Warn makes a high density plastic wear bar for their plows which are 54” as well. I ordere on one and attached it. I had to drill new holes in the plastic wear bar to mount it. Much easier to drill through the plastic than the steel. I’m interested to see how long this wear bar lasts. 

 

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Please let us know how the plastic holds up this winter, assuming you get snow to plow!

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30 minutes ago, KC9KAS said:

Please let us know how the plastic holds up this winter, assuming you get snow to plow!

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This is probably the last year for my wear bar. That looks good

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I have a 1/2"  x 4" vinyl wear bar on my 48" plow and using it all of last winter on a 450' asphalt driveway there was no perceptible wear and also no scratching of the driveway. Before i mounted the vinyl edge I planed a chamfer on it with my carpenters wood plane so it would have an edge at the proper angle.  I have found it to be much better than a steel edge.

 

Eric

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