Boss Snowplow adds new plows and accessories

SK-R box plow
The SK-R box plow. Photo: Boss Snowplow

Boss Snowplow expanded its snow and ice removal arsenal with SK-R rubber edge box plows for skid-steers, V-plow accessories and the stainless steel XT Plow.

“Boss listens to our customers’ needs and challenges, and one of the things we’ve learned is that snowstorms and snow customers can be very different,” said Mark Klossner, marketing vice president for Boss Snowplow. “A wide variety of plow types, materials and accessories are necessary, and we continue to grow our product line to meet the business needs of all snow and ice professionals.”

SK-R for skid-steers

The SK-R box plow is available in 8- and 10-foot options with an optional backdrag edge accessory and offers a tough and durable rubber edge.

According to Boss, it features:

  • 1.5 x 8-inch reversible rubber cutting edge for quieter plowing operation and protection to sensitive surfaces;
  • Fixed attachment system, which attaches easily to the skid-steer attachment plate; and
  • Articulating, heavy-duty wing shoes to maintain pavement contact on uneven surfaces and provide superior wear resistance.

V-Plow accessories

Boss is also now offering urethane cutting edges for its 7-foot, 6-inch; 8-foot, 2-inch; and 9-foot, 2-inch XT V-plows.

The V-plow cutting edges feature built-in curb guards and a patented snow catcher. The edges offer optimum scraping performance for sensitive plowing surfaces, according to Boss.

A backdrag edge kit is also available as an optional accessory.

Stainless steel options

Boss also added the Boss XT plow, now available in 8-foot, 2-inch; and 9-foot, 2-inch stainless steel models. It features flared blade wings and an enhanced curl design, according to Boss.

Contractors can also increase the blade width on a stainless steel plow by a full 22 inches at a 30-degree angle with the stainless steel wings. The wings can attach and detach within seconds.

Boss’ new hopper and drive terrain for the Forge 1.0 and 1.5 spreaders is also made of stainless steel. The hopper is constructed with a combination of bolting, riveting and welding for optimal durability and serviceability throughout a spreader’s lifetime—allowing for maintenance and replacement of individual parts rather than the entire unit, Boss said.

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