Buyers Products announces new V-plow for Class 4-6 trucks

Buyers Products announces new V-plow for Class 4-6 trucks

Buyers Products has released a 10-and-a-half-foot V-plow designed for very heavy-duty use. The new SnowDogg VXXII plow mounts to Class 4-6 trucks with wings that ascend from 35 in. in the middle to 45 in. on either end. The plow is the result of increasing market demand for such a large V-plow, Buyers Products noted in a press release.

The SnowDogg VXXII went through over two years of testing and design before being released, the company noted. The SnowDogg team, including a host of engineers, product managers and manufacturing staff, worked directly with some of the country’s largest snow and ice contractors to refine every detail.

“It took us several tries to really nail the design,” says Scott Moorman, Director of Snow and Ice Equipment at Buyers Products. “Each iteration got closer and closer, but we weren’t going to settle for anything less than perfection. The feedback from the field testers was an integral, invaluable piece of this process. Afterall, who knows what a plow needs better than the people out there using it every day?”

With its wide wingspan and heavy-duty build, the VXXII specializes in clearing large amounts of heavy, wet snow. The plow features a 304 stainless steel blade with aggressive, flared wings and a robust frame built to absorb heavy impacts, Buyers Products stated. The VXXII also includes popular SnowDogg features like the RapidLink Attachment System and Floating A-frame.

The SnowDogg VXXII is being manufactured at Buyers’ facility in Northeast Ohio. It will be available for the 2021 winter season. SnowDogg distributors and dealers can order the new plow during Buyers Products’ preseason order period later this spring.

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