The Right Snow Plow For Your Half-Ton Truck
As half-ton pick-ups became lighter in the quest for increased fuel efficiency, half-ton truck owners have struggled to find a rugged hard-working snowplow that meets today’s vehicle weight requirements. Until now! The HT Series snowplow is a full-size, full-featured snowplow, made just for today’s lighter half-ton pickups, so you can plow your property yourself.
As half-ton pickup truck manufacturers reduce vehicle weight in their quest for increased fuel efficiency, snowplowers struggle to find a legitimate, rugged, hard-working plow that matches their vehicle specifications.
That's why Fisher developed the sleek new HT Series. Targeted specifically for today's half-ton 4WD pickup trucks, the Fisher HT is a full-size, full-featured snowplow with the strength to handle standard-duty commercial, institutional and extended-use home-owner applications.
And since it's built by Fisher, it's backed by a 60-year heritage of top product performance and unmatched customer loyalty.
HT Series Snowplow features include:
For Best Pricing and Availability
|Blade Width||Blade Height||Blade Gauge||Trip Springs||Ribs||Angling Rams||Plowing Width
|Approx. Weight||Wear Shoes||Cutting Edge|
|7' 6"||27"||14||2||6 + Tube||1½" x 8"||6' 7"||414 lb||Optional||3/8" x 6" steel
1/2" x 6" steel
1" x 6" poly
Plow Blade Construction
Ideally suited for half-ton vehicles, the 7' 6" powder coated, steel moldboard is 27" tall, offering you a full size plow for personal use. The aggressive, 75-degree attack angle provides enhanced scraping and back dragging.
The HT Series™ snow plow is backed by six vertical ribs and a full-length horizontal steel tube that provide extra stability and strength to the core of the plow blade.
We produce our own hydraulic system to ensure the highest standards of performance, quality and reliability, giving you a plow that is fast, responsive and built to last.
Our industry-leading trip-edge design protects you and your equipment when encountering hidden obstacles. For improved efficiency and less cleanup, only the bottom edge trips, keeping the blade upright and plowed snow in front of the blade.