Some are still in use today. Simply pull two pins, back up and you're on your way. The original design had the same mounting on the bottom as the Nite Saber lights. The system used a Universal Clevis on the vehicle that the plow assembly would connect to. Double clicking the down button will lower the plow and put it into float.
The Drive Pro came out in 2007. We carry Western, Meyer, Fisher, SnowEx, Blizzard, Diamond and Snoway, along with parts for Boss, Curtis, and Hiniker. Some chips, scratches, runs and or flaws in paint. I am a plow guy also and run 4 trucks and understand we need reliability from our plows and the same pumps I build for you are the same pumps I use on my trucks. Pistol Grip Adapter to connect to Truck Side Touchpad Plug Keep in mind that connecting the Orange and Blue wires is optional. Hopefully this new page will put it all into perspective. Drained of fluid for shipping.
With the old 22691 the entire harness had to be ran to the battery, and then over the motor to go into the cab. The age and mount style dictates which diagram you are going to need, as does the hydraulic unit model number, and brand of plow lights, which controller you have, etc. In 2011 the V-70 replaced the V-68 on all Super V and Super V2 plows. Diamond Plow Moldboards Plow Lights Going back to 1973 when Meyer first introduced plow lights, the originals were just round headlights. The Light System would be Signal Stat, Dietz, or Truck-Lite. What's the difference, a Jeep is a Jeep.
The Lot Pro is available in sizes from 7. Then, it was clear that the one piece plug was going to be standard, so Meyer made the truck side one harness 22610 , and since the Touchpad was now standard, the controller portion of the harness to the cab had a plug for the Touchpad, making it the only controller option. No more yellow painted pumps! There are not many of them out there. They were the most expensive by far. More expensive than any other 8' or 9' plow from any manufacturer.
If you're looking for something specific, let us know and we will help you find what you need. . C Series - We use the C to designate Commercial. That is just one part of a complete plow system. If you double click on the raise button, the plow will go all the way up. The Lift Frame with the pump and lights can be removed in the off season ,and it was encouraged that it be removed in the off season. From placing the order, a follow up reminder on when the courier would be arriving, and the delivery guys themselves! You may have Toggle Switch Controls, or a Slik Stik, or a Touchpad.
We'll send you a price match guarantee claim form, then review the competitor's price. If you don't know, you are just wasting your time, or might get lucky, and find what you need. There is the power and ground wires that mate to the pump harness, and then the other harnesses are controller specific, and brand of light specific. Many will say the E-60 was the fastest and most powerful unit Meyer ever made, and I agree. Today it has been trimmed down to over 30. It was packed in a well made and secure crate.
You can print your own and put it in a binder. Touchpad - Can be used with the E-47, E-57, E-60, or E-58H. We will start with the E-47 which I am confident is the most popular plow pump ever produced. Same exact design, new name. My only complaint is the key fob does not work well, I am going to see about having them send another one. So a straight plow could be hooked up, or a V plow could be hooked up on the same truck with no modifications to the wiring. Easy to put together if you have any mechanical skills at all -- instruction book was not very helpful because the parts with my plow were not the same as the instruction book was showing.
Now I was plowing with the bed empty except for a snowblower and 10 bags of rock salt. However, they were not all made the same. Parts for the E-47 - E-60 will be available for 10 years from Meyer and I am sure longer than that through aftermarket manufacturers. So that is why there are mounts, Moldboards, Lift Frames, etc. One main branch is the battery cables, and the other is the controller and lights. The existing individual wires could be connected to it, so now there was only one plug on the truck to connect when hooking up the plow, and one plug on the plow 22262. It had been around since 1969.
Meyer's Steel Plows Steel has been used to manufacture snowplows since the early 1920s. This was for clearing areas that required a lot of back dragging. Bead blasted, painted and new decals. There was one plug for each Plow Light, three Bullet Connectors for the A, B, and C Coils coming from the Controls, and a Power and Ground plug. The main components of a complete Meyer Plow system are: The Mounting Carton, the Hydraulic Unit, the Moldboard, the Light System, and the Controller. The Light System would be Truck-Lite or Nite Saber, with each plow light having its own plug.