Meyer reveals its new Super-V3 plow

March 7, 2019 -  By
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V3 plow (Photo: Meyer)

Photo: Meyer

Meyer unveiled its Super-V3 plow, which provides high ground clearance so professionals don’t need to worry about bottoming out.

The wings can be controlled independently giving users configuration control, while Meyer’s Nite Saber LED lights offer safer nighttime plowing with less draw on the electrical system, according to the company.

According to Meyer, features of the plow include:

  • A bottom-centered urethane cutting edge that eliminates snow trails;
  • A pistol grip controller with self-diagnostics to reduce downtime;
  • A five-year warranty;
  • Dual-acting locking cylinders that provide ultimate control, locking the blade position whether the operator is plowing forward or backward;
  • Trip-edge moldboards that absorb and dissipate the shock so the operator doesn’t lose the entire load, or subject the truck, the plow and himself to the full impact; and
  • Fleet friendly capability, allowing users to easily switch out the V3 plow with a Meyer straight blade.

The Super-V3’s standard operating system has a streamlined appearance with an encased power unit and patented cable management system for reliable service, Meyer said. The hydraulic system also features an adjustable drop speed to handle various plowing conditions and meet operator preferences.

Users can attach and detach the Super-V3 in minutes with a two-plug electrical attachment, and Meyer’s free-standing jack stand allows users to adjust the V3’s height on uneven or shifting surfaces, making on/off easy in any condition.

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