B-8 and B10 Box Plows
New in 2012 for skid steer applications, THE BOSS Snowplow introduces B-8 (8’ 4”) and B-10 (10’ 4”) box plows adding to its growing box plow product lineup. Built to last, the new B-8 and B-10 box plows feature a universal coupler fitting all skid steers for easy attachment. No special control is required, simply use the existing skid steer control.
“Professionals who want to broaden their fleets with just the right box plow featuring the BOSS durability and dependability they’ve come to expect can now choose from our expanded family of products,” said Mark Klossner, marketing director for THE BOSS Snowplow. “Whether at work on the job site or at home, these new box plows are built with BOSS’ commitment to quality to provide skid steer operators with the versatility they need in size and weight to meet the task at hand.”
The B-8 and B-10 models trip-edge design protect the plow and skid steer when obstacles are encountered, maximizing performance and protection from impact. Adjustable trip springs let the operator adjust trip-edge tension.
To keep the blade on the ground at the optimal scraping angle while negotiating rough terrain, these plows feature a built-in float and pivot system. This feature also makes the box plow easier to maneuver for less experienced operators.
A unique bolt-on wing design will keep these plows in extended operation for many years. If a wing is bent because of impact, a new one can easily be bolted on.
Heavy duty plow shoes are made of abrasion resistant steel providing wear resistance to keep the plow performing at its best. Both plows feature THE BOSS’ exclusive SmartShield finish to deliver durable corrosion protection and a long-lasting, high-gloss shine. Since 1985 THE BOSS Snowplow has made snowplowing efficient and easy with innovative products that set new industry standards for quality, reliability, craftsmanship and performance. All BOSS Snowplows are designed, built and put to the ultimate performance test in Michigan’s rugged Upper Peninsula where winters — and deep snow — are a way of life.