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Hiniker Flare-Wing Trip-Edge V-Plows Cast Snow Farther and Higher

Wed September 26, 2012 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

The new VF series is available in 8.5- and 9.5-ft. (2.6 and 2.9 m) widths.
The new VF series is available in 8.5- and 9.5-ft. (2.6 and 2.9 m) widths.

The new VF series flare-wing trip-edge V-plows from Hiniker feature deep-curl flared wings, providing the break-through capacity to cast deep snow farther and higher than other plow designs. Double-acting hydraulic cylinders provide positive hydraulic control of moldboard positioning, whether plowing forward or backdragging and super-bright quad halogen headlights have up to twice the power of typical sealed beam lamps, according to the manufacturer.

Also available in a conventional level-top configuration, the new VF series is available in 8.5- and 9.5-ft. (2.6 and 2.9 m) widths. Independent high-clearance trip-edge design provides smooth operation and enhanced protection. The pinch-free pivot point is located 9 in. (23 cm) above ground level for improved protection from higher obstacles such as curbs and parking barriers.

Laser-cut ribs incorporated into the high-tensile steel superstructure of the plow combine with a 2-in. (5 cm) steel torque tube to provide added strength for heavy-duty applications. The moldboards feature a low-friction, high-density polyethylene surface that is corrosion-free, dent-resistant and never needs refinishing, providing improved snow flow and long-lasting durability, according to the manufacturer.

For more information, call 507/625-6621 or visit

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