Rear Mount Snow Plows
Turn your vehicle into an unstoppable path plowing machine with rear mount snow plows. If you live in a cold and snowy climate like we do (our offices are located in the winter paradise of North Dakota), then you want to be prepared. Part of that means having an effective snow removal solution and that’s where our rear mount snow plows come in.
Why get a hitch-mounted snow plow
that mounts from the rear? With one of these bad boys in your winter preparedness arsenal, never worry about being able to safely get out of a driveway. In fact, around here we just wait for the next big blizzards so we have an excuse to show off our snow plows. To use just open the garage, hop in your truck and put it in reverse to plow our all the snowy roads!
For some, rear mount snow plows offer the simple convenience of getting out of the garage without any hassle, regardless of the time of day or how much snow has fallen. Others appreciate that a rear mounted plow helps keep weight off the front end of the vehicle. This is possible since this type of configuration keeps the load on the back end, thus keeping pressure on your struts and shocks more evenly distributed. This is especially true for pickup trucks.
When the next big snow storm hits, be ready and waiting to show it what’s up. While many bundle up and head outside with a shovel, slaving for hours to get their paths cleared out, you will be seated in the heated cab of your vehicle with a hot drink and absolutely dominating all that powder and slush. While shoveling by hand may be a great workout that builds character, we think it’s easy to see what the better option is - and it’s the one that doesn’t involved getting frostbite or blowing your back out.
All the rear mount snow plows we stock are loaded with different features and options to consider before making a purchasing decision. For starters, we offer both manual and hydraulic plows. A manual plow will require hands on adjustment. These are known as floating plows. Rest assured that it will do its job pushing and retracting when you are steering from the front. Alternately, a hydraulic plow is controlled from the cab of your vehicle by wireless remote. The direction and angle of snow removal with the push of a button. One awesome advantage is you can push or pull with these bad boys! Whichever is chosen, one thing is for sure, and that’s the fact that no amount of snow will ever be a match for your awesome snow removing machine.
It’s probably not the first thing you think of when you think about plows, but rear mount snow plows look awesome on any vehicle. Using one also looks a great deal cooler than standing outside with a shovel and wishing there was a better way of doing things. Wish no longer! That better way of doing things is right here, literally in front of your face.
All rear mount snow plows require rear receiver hitch in order to successfully mount your plow. These may be purchased separately if a vehicle did not come with one (many vehicles come with one, but just make sure you have one). Installation can be completed at home without needing to call in a professional to do surgery on your vehicle. But, we also understand that installing any accessory can present challenges or just plain be confusing. That’s not a problem at all! Give us a ring and we will troubleshoot the issue.
Unmatched Customer Care
We like to have fun at work and we don’t take ourselves seriously. But, we are absolutely serious about the quality of our customer service. It’s customers like you that make it possible to pursue our passion of vehicle customization and bringing the best accessories to the masses. Our goal is to provide vehicle owners with the right products to help make their lives easier. Part of that is ensuring that your total shopping experience is as enjoyable as possible. From the first browsing our site to installing a new accessory purchase we are here for our customers.
If at any point you have any questions, call us! It’s always free to hit us up at 877-216-5446
and we’re always glad to hear from you, no matter your reason for calling. For even more snow plow information, check out our snow plow research guides