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EZ Mount Plus MDII Lift Mounting Cartons Meyer Snow Plows


Ideal for both personal and professional use, EZ-Mount Plus makes it easy to turn your work truck into your everyday truck, thanks to its one-part system. The lift frame, lights, hydraulic power system and moldboard are combined as one unit. The EZ-Mount Plus features a low-profile mounting system that virtually hides the mount, leaving your truck with a clean appearance. It also includes an adjustable screw jack that allows you to adjust the plow to the truck for maximum flexibility when storing the plow on uneven or soft ground. Simply pull two pins, back up and you're on your way. EZ-Mount Plus features better overall weight distribution and improved vehicle handling, because it places the weight of the snowplow closer to the vehicle's front axle. Maintenance is also easy. Quick-disconnect hydraulic couplers simplify general maintenance, servicing and changing hydraulic oil.

This plow is available as an all steel plow with a steel moldboard or the Meyer Max plow which uses a polyethylene moldboard. Each has their advantages.

Steel Plows

Steel has been used to manufacture snowplows since the early 1920s. To this day steel is the tried and true material in constructing snowplow moldboards. All Meyer steel snowplows are covered in Meyer's Sno-Flo Powder Coat Finish. It is the finest available for steel snowplow components. This state-of-the-art powder coat paint is applied to moldboards, lift frames, mounting components, sectors and A-frames which produces a durable high gloss enamel-like finish. The Meyer Sno-Flo finish not only keeps your plow looking good but also improves snow-rolling action. The steel plow is less expensive than the poly plows.

Polyethylene Plows

Meyer Max Moldboards are constructed of a one-piece sheet of high molecular weight Polyethylene. The polyethylene is a very slippery surface and can be realized in measurable fuel savings, less wear and tear on your vehicle along with excellent snow rolling action in all type of snow conditions. The reduced friction also results in a longer wear life, and due to the structural characteristics of polyethylene, even if the surface eventually wears a little, there is no loss of slipperiness. Polyethylene is tougher than steel, will never rust, and remains strong in temperatures as low as 100 degrees below zero.