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Plowing snow with a JEEP!

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I have a 1987 Wrangler with a 4.5 lift, polyurethane bushings,cvt drive and a 4bt cummins engine in it, ford 8.8's front and rear, quick disconnect sway bays, full roll cage custom, 2002 dash, 2002 seats, rhino lined, fully skid plated with 1/4 inch aluminium, lockers, rockers, turbo, full brembo brake system, cb radio, 44'' mudders mickey thompsons, front and rear winch, special exhaust, special igniton, dodge ram frame and moose plow .I bought the whole thing as described for 1500.00.
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ok i got some questions i have a 1995 jeep wrangler with a 2.5 4 cylinder motor on your jeep do you have a poly plow or steel and what motor do you have because some say i can plow with my jeep and then i have others that say i can't and the only reason i bought this jeep is to have a plow put on it to make some extra cash please help
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@Knhtwolf - I had a Ford Bronco II with a 2.8 V6 and it did great. So if your comparing liters of the engines, they are pretty similar and you should be fine. Not sure if there would be a difference between V6 and V4 for plowing.
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if thats the only reason you bought it, then yeah do it! Put some weight in the back, and get a small/light weight plow. I recommend a Sno-way if you've got a dealer around
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with the newer jeeps you might need a poly plow but if it were an older jeep the gearing would be low enough to use a steel plow and still have enough power to push snow
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i love to plow our drivway is about 1/2 mile long and our 78 cj5. no matter how much snow we get that old 304 will have no problems. cant wait till we get some snow
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Kinda looks like he is plowing a public road...I was thinking the same thing. I think it might just be a really long private drive.
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this jeep plows likemy 4wheeelr....nice and smoooth (no problems whatsoever)
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@Spike8706 - I bought mine for $2000 used plus the guy installed it for me.
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Any idea how much it would cost to put a plow like this on a Jeep? Thanks
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Awesome traction, even better control!! Are you plowing a public road?
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