Did this plow have the ends to go into the snap over ends on the lift arms or did they slip over the arms and then have a set bolt to hold them on the lift arms. My understanding is that they droped the set bolts ends due to this potential problem and that with the latch arms, if the center latch came unhooked for any reason, then the lift arms would also open up and release to keep what happened to you from happening. Just an idea of what the problem may be. Still I agree, you still want the center loop to stay attached.
Re: Re: Warning!! Snap Coupler Failure in reply to den/southern illinois, 05-29-2003 16:32:04
This style has the set bolts for the hydraulic lift arms. I see the logic of the other style you mentioned, but that system may get a little hairy too. If I ever use it again, I plan to have a positive lock on it and maybe a safety chain too.
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