BOSS First Expandable EXT Plows Through Industry Standards

The EXT quickly adapts to all plowing needs, expanding from 8 to 10 feet and back, all by the touch of a controller.

Mon March 07, 2016 - National Edition
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The EXT quickly adapts to all plowing needs, expanding from 8 to 10 feet and back, all by the touch of a controller.
The EXT quickly adapts to all plowing needs, expanding from 8 to 10 feet and back, all by the touch of a controller.

This winter, BOSS Snowplow is restoring order to the expandable plow category with the company's first offering in this category — the BOSS EXT. The EXT quickly adapts to all plowing needs, expanding from 8 to 10 feet and back, all by the touch of a controller. That width combined with angled, forward-pitched wings means larger amounts of snow can be moved faster. BOSS engineers have spent years designing and perfecting the EXT to be both tough and versatile, to ensure the plow could do it all.

“The EXT is another versatile tool for the professional snow removal contractor,” said Mark Klossner, marketing vice president for BOSS Snowplow. “BOSS' EXT redefines the 'parking lot plow' because it carries more snow with every pass and as a result it increases productivity especially when plowing wide open spaces like parking lots.”

Forward-pitched wings provide enhanced windrowing capabilities, allowing the EXT to take wider passes, carrying and moving more snow more efficiently. Like all members of the BOSS product family, the EXT features a chainless lift system and a fully enclosed, high-performance hydraulics system, making the EXT's performance fast, reliable and extremely responsive.




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