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#44 plow width from tire to tire

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05-05-2002 17:01:48

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how wide is this plow from the outer edge of each tire? i need to know so i know if i can go 35 miles to get it.

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Jerry S

05-06-2002 13:36:59

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 Re: #44 plow width from tire to tire in reply to JOe, 05-05-2002 17:01:48  
I just bought one and put it in the truckbed backwards and the taigate was able to go up just fine so long as you don't have a short bed truck.
I did go ahead and put a flag on the hitch just in case.

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nope, but what is the width?

05-06-2002 18:29:54

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 Re: Re: #44 plow width from tire to tire in reply to Jerry S, 05-06-2002 13:36:59  

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05-05-2002 20:08:21

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 Re: #44 plow width from tire to tire in reply to JOe, 05-05-2002 17:01:48  

I have a 44 2-14" hydraulic lift plow. It is 48" between the outside of both tires. The widest part of the plow is actually the hubs on the wheels - that is 50" overall. I have hauled mine in the back of my pickup but had to leave the tailgate down. Maybe could unbolt the hitch from the plow and leave the tailgate up - I might try that the next time.

Hope this helps,

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08-02-2002 16:21:18

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 Re: Re: #44 plow width from tire to tire in reply to DaveH, 05-05-2002 20:08:21  
A 44 will fit nice in the back of full size pickup ,close tail gate, tie down ,and red rag the hitch,

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