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I am going to need to attach a snow plow. Stainless steel, of course, V plow. Do you think this will be a one-off or standard procedure?
 

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I am going to need to attach a snow plow. Stainless steel, of course, V plow. Do you think this will be a one-off or standard procedure?
I know that there are some light-duty plows with aluminum blades (i.e. snowsport).

However, I do I run a stainless wear-edge on the small plow I use on my compact tractor. I don't want the plow-scrape shavings that rust and turn into brown scrape marks on my new concrete driveway, Also I don't have to worry about leaving a rust stain line on my garage floor where I park it.
 
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Stainless steel snow plows seem to be a thing around here. My nephew had one and all the big boys do too. Center pivot is the most fun type, called a V plow. Probably around $5,500 installed on a “normal” truck. I hope those clever California engineers make a provision for us North Easterners.
 

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I need a snowplow on mine also. I sent a question to Tesla about two months ago and haven't heard anything back. If it can't have a plow mounted then It will be only 50% value to me because I do plow about 65 customers with our current trucks. We would use this for local driveways and small businesses close to home. KDN
 

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Mine needs to plow.
Plow and Sand.

Otherwise this dog don't hunt.

I couldn't care less what it looks like.

And I am certainly not interested in any status symbol.
 

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I also need a snow plow on the Cyber truck. It would replace our Ram 3500. It’s a deal breaker if no plow.
 

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I will put a drag plow on the hitch if I can't put one on the front. Even a light duty plow on the front will do. Too bad there isn't more info on what it will be able to do.
 

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