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Old 08-15-2014, 01:36 AM   #1
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I know, I know... It's still a little too early to be talking about snow. But I was thinking of purchasing a JEEP Cherokee (XJ) for winter time as my commuter for bad weather and to make a little side cash plowing some driveways. I might be in luck with getting one cheap and if so, I will be adding a plow to it.


The only thing is, I don't understand how the plow and mount work...


I can't find any specific plow mounts that mount to the XJ... I want a simple basic mount with the light bar that extends up. I also want the mount to be able to stay onto the vehicle, but I want to be able to remove the plow. Kind of like a quick disconnect. Do certain plows work with certain mounts? How does this **** all work?


I want it to look like this. Why is this so confusing to me?
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Old 08-15-2014, 06:59 AM   #2
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in case you did not know the XJ is a uni-body suv,, i doubt you'll find a plow for it. unless you want to fab something up.
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Use a god damn 1998 toytota rav4 with dif lock and never get stuck again
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Mr plow or snow king.

Choose a side
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you mean plow king? moron
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you mean plow king?
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Old 08-15-2014, 10:23 AM   #7
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^someone mix up their Rogaine for Viagra this morning?
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do this instead:

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A lot of guys use 4 wheelers with plows on them. Friend of mine does my sidewalk/driveway for me whenever it snows with one. I have a lot of sidewalk living on a corner lot.
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you mean plow king? moron
No.

Snow King.

This guy:

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He looks extra Ghey and blue, so he should be a perfect match for your car.
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