Using plow guards along with curb shoes or plow shoes has been proven to protect your plow and cutting edges from damage and premature wear. Checkout our spotlight on our Xtendor® Universal plowGuard CurbCast.
Wear on blade ends – PlowGuard CurbGuard OR PlowGuard CurbRunner® Recommended
Wear on blade center and corner – PlowGuard Straight & PlowGuard CurbGuard OR PlowGuard CurbRunner® Recommended
Wear on blade center and corner – PlowGuard Straight Recommended
Install your guards wherever you notice the most wear on your previous blades. Keep in mind, if a blade is already worn in, the guard could hang lower than the blade. That will require the guard to wear to the same level before you will begin clearing evenly. (It is highly recommended to install new guards with new blades to achieve max cutting efficiencies)
Talk with your operators and fleet managers to understand your environment and what obstacles your operators are faced with. Curbs can play a big part in determining which guards to order. If your routes have many curbs you may want to consider curb protection. If you have no curbs, a straight plow guard will work great. You will also want to note uneven wear and order blades that will help to alleviate that uneven wear. (It is highly recommended to install new guards with new blades to achieve max cutting efficiencies)
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