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1975 Sno-fiter parts - Northern Pennsylvania
« on: April 14, 2020, 07:48:13 pm »
Up for sale is a Meyers Plow + parts for a 1975 dodge W200 sno-fiter. The plow came on my truck when I bought it and I took it off during the rebuild. All of it is up for grabs. I'd rather it gets re-used by someone who needs it vs. getting smelted down to make a new KIA, so make an offer.

I plan on scrapping the plow itself + the plow frame here in the next few weeks. It has seen better days, it was used on by a fencing company to plow their parking lot until the early 90s. Then a farmer bought it at auction and used it on his property up until about 2017 when I bought it. It has a big gash in the blade, a newer looking bottom edge on the blade and is solid for the most part. All of the mechanics of it worked fine when I took it off the truck in '17. It served as the trucks parking brake for a long time. I figured I'd post it up here first in case anyone was looking for one cheap to restore for their sno-fiter. Scrap price takes it and obviously pickup is the only option. I can meet you locally in order to easily load/unload it if need be.

I have no use for any of the parts and I have pretty much everything. Hydraulic pump, controls, mounts, hoses, etc. All of this was working when I pulled it off the truck, I don't plan on scrapping any of this stuff so its not going anywhere. I know that the hydraulic controls can be hard to find so if someone needs a spare or parts this would be perfect for them. Also these are items I can ship, buyer pays shipping.

I don't have pictures of any of the parts at the moment cause they are all in a storage bin upstairs in my garage. I can get pictures of parts and/or the plow upon request.

PM me on here if you are interested in any of it.
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    Re: 1975 Sno-fiter parts - Northern Pennsylvania
    « Reply #1 on: April 14, 2020, 08:23:25 pm »
    How are the angle pistons on the plow? You have all the brackets for the pump? All the lines?

    I have a hodge podge of engine pump stuff not sure what all I need.
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    Re: 1975 Sno-fiter parts - Northern Pennsylvania
    « Reply #2 on: April 15, 2020, 07:47:23 am »
    How are the angle pistons on the plow? You have all the brackets for the pump? All the lines?
    10 or so years before I bought mine the PO parked the blade under a tree, backed away w/ line connected and broke it. It was gravelly rust in there. Flushed it a few times, polish the rod a bit, works fine. I replaced all lines for like under $200 at hydro store. A frame had a crack but you weld.

    Grab the whole setup and between the two piles I bet you get a complete set. Wanna know how to put the manual controls in an a/c dash?
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    Re: 1975 Sno-fiter parts - Northern Pennsylvania
    « Reply #3 on: April 15, 2020, 05:28:34 pm »
    I'm pretty sure I have all i need but the pistons on my plow are pitted badly. I don't have the brackets for the pump either. Was looking to drop this on my 77 400 RC.
    I'd rather push a DODGE than drive a chevy or a ford!!!!!!
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    Re: 1975 Sno-fiter parts - Northern Pennsylvania
    « Reply #4 on: April 16, 2020, 07:41:27 am »
    I'm pretty sure I have all i need but the pistons on my plow are pitted badly. I don't have the brackets for the pump either. Was looking to drop this on my 77 400 RC.

    I'll get some pictures of the pistons and the accessories tonight when I get home from work. As I recall the pistons were in good shape but it's been a while since I really inspected the thing. I know for a fact that everything worked good in '17 when it was pulled off sit it's been sitting since then, uncovered...but not exposed to harsh elements so to speak. Wasnt sitting in the mud or dirt.

    As for the engine accessories I should have all of them. Hoses, pump, brackets, etc. My truck is an 318 so I am not 100% if the mounting is the same on a 400. But it's worth a shot.
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    Re: 1975 Sno-fiter parts - Northern Pennsylvania
    « Reply #5 on: April 16, 2020, 12:14:36 pm »
    I'll get some pictures of the pistons and the accessories tonight when I get home from work. As I recall the pistons were in good shape but it's been a while since I really inspected the thing. I know for a fact that everything worked good in '17 when it was pulled off sit it's been sitting since then, uncovered...but not exposed to harsh elements so to speak. Wasnt sitting in the mud or dirt.

    As for the engine accessories I should have all of them. Hoses, pump, brackets, etc. My truck is an 318 so I am not 100% if the mounting is the same on a 400. But it's worth a shot.

    I used to have pics of the BB mounting but they got lost when my hard drive crashed.  :-\
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    Re: 1975 Sno-fiter parts - Northern Pennsylvania
    « Reply #6 on: April 16, 2020, 06:09:03 pm »
    I used to have pics of the BB mounting but they got lost when my hard drive crashed.  :-\

    Ouch....gotta love technology - when it works.

    I also just remembered how the front accessory setup on the engine was for my 318 when I tore it down. The power steering bracket was mounted up HIGH like above the water pump, right in front of the carb. The Hydraulic pump for the plow was down low and to the right, where my power steering pump currently is. And the little idler pulley that is in the picture with the pump was up above the power steering pump, to the right of the hydraulic pump, basically right in front of the driver side valve cover. It was certainly a rig, and honestly the main reason I didn't put the plow back on my truck because I just didn't want to mess with it considering the condition of my plow blade, especially since I have a minute mount 7.5' Fisher sitting at my buddy's farm. All I have to do is find the push mount bracket for it that goes under the truck. ( basically unobtainable at this point)

    So here is a link to a google drive where I uploaded a bunch of pictures. This site's file size limit for pictures is tiny so I would have had to post 14 replies each with one image.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1K3pKE7K0kpcDEFVGGw8hzIesSAPScx6V

    I included:

    - Pictures of the plow frame that goes under the truck, the battered old frame with headlights on it + lift piston.
    - Pictures of the hydro pump and belt drive idler pulley
    - Pictures of the lines that I have as well as the controls.
    - A awkward angle of the rear of the plow (it laying face down in the dirt so it doesn't take up too much space right now"
    - A picture of the front accessory drive of my truck showing where I remember the hydro pump going.
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    Re: 1975 Sno-fiter parts - Northern Pennsylvania
    « Reply #7 on: April 16, 2020, 07:03:18 pm »
    I'm not on drive so I can't see the pics.
    I'd rather push a DODGE than drive a chevy or a ford!!!!!!
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    93 CTD W250 club cab
    73 Charger SE 400/727 
    02 883R HD
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    2000 CTD 5 speed ext cab short bed Wife's truck
    2002 Durango work beater
    2000 Durango blown head gaskets
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    Re: 1975 Sno-fiter parts - Northern Pennsylvania
    « Reply #8 on: April 16, 2020, 09:16:01 pm »
    I uploaded them to Igmur: https://imgur.com/a/gKJkmEv

    Shouldn't need any sort of account to view this.
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    Re: 1975 Sno-fiter parts - Northern Pennsylvania
    « Reply #9 on: April 18, 2020, 09:51:44 am »
    I could see it and all there except maybe high mount bracket for ps pump.

    SB and BB bracket setups are different anyway.
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    Re: 1975 Sno-fiter parts - Northern Pennsylvania
    « Reply #10 on: April 18, 2020, 09:16:06 pm »
    I could see it and all there except maybe high mount bracket for ps pump.

    SB and BB bracket setups are different anyway.

    Yup - I honestly have no clue where that high mount bracket for the PS pump is. Probably in my crate of truck parts some place. I saved pretty much everything that came off the two trucks, nothing was tossed.
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