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PRODIGY

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LESS TRAINING. LESS TIME.

Get all of the benefits of a winged plow with the simple control of a straight blade with the WESTERN®PRODIGY™ multi-position wing snow plow. The wings automatically adjust to provide the most efficient plowing configuration for the job. This model adds versatility to your fleet without spending time training operators on how to use new equipment, keeping productivity and profitability high.

PLOW BLADE CONSTRUCTION

The 29½" tall, 12-gauge powder coated steel moldboard features a patented mechanical wing design that delivers a plowing path of 8' 7" in scoop mode and 9' 8" with both wings pinned back straight. The 70-degree attack angle ensures a clean scrape with every pass and a high carbon steel cutting edge comes standard, reducing wear and extending the life of the blade.
STRUCTURAL REINFORCEMENT

Six vertical ribs and the exclusive WESTERN® POWER BAR provide exceptional torsional strength and rigidity across the entire back of the plow blade, to eliminate blade twisting. Two additional ribs on each wing provide extra reinforcement. The high-strength steel base channel provides extra support along the bottom of the plow blade. The 1" diameter pivot bolt secures the plow in place, ensuring proper alignment and reducing stress on the overall plow assembly.

PLOW WINGS FOR EFFICIENCY

When you change the plowing angle, the PRODIGY snowplow wings automatically adjust to provide the most efficient plowing configuration for the job.

 RELIABLE HYDRAULICS

We manufacture our own hydraulic components to ensure the highest standards of quality and reliability, so that you get a hydraulics system that's not only fast and responsive, but that's built to last season after season. Fully enclosed components are protected from the elements.

TRIP PROTECTION

Four heavy-duty coil springs protect your plow and truck by allowing the whole blade to trip when striking obstacles. Wing protection is provided by the heavy-duty coil springs and cable assembly, which helps absorb the shock when striking objects, and then automatically returns the wings to their scoop position.

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