Full remote control (up, down, right, left) using an independent hydraulic system
Remote Up/Down using the vehicle’s central hydraulic system
Manual angling (right and left) which does not require any hydraulic tie-in
The mounting hardware or "H. A. T. Mount" is required for all of the above. It consists of all the brackets (angle iron, nuts, bolts, etc.) to install a Meyer snow plow.
Hands-Free Plowing - A Meyer Exclusive
Meyer knows controller preferences vary by driver, that’s why we offer three options. Choose the controller that’s right for you: EZ-1 pistol grip, joystick or touch pad.
Both the Meyer EZ-1 pistol grip controller and joystick controller feature diagnostics and a Hands-Free Plowing (HFP) mode. When activated, HFP uses the shift lever to control the up/down movement of the blade. The EZ-1 pistol grip controller also features double-click technology. Simply double-click a button, and the moldboard will automatically move in that direction without having to keep your finger on the button. The touchpad controller features backlit buttons, easy-to-use functionality and diagnostics.
When you're out plowing, issues arise. Meyer makes it easy to get you back on the road using our system diagnostics found on the back of our pistol grip controllers. Just match the controller's flashing light sequence with the chart on the back of the controller to isolate the issue. Not only does this reduce your downtime, it gets you back doing what you do best – plowing snow.
One-Piece Plug (Patented)
Unlike competitors who have up to three plugs, the Meyer EZ-Mount Plus system comes with a one-piece patented plug to connect/disconnect the plow from the vehicle. No more fumbling in the middle of the night trying to figure out which plug goes where. The one-piece plug gets you back in the cab faster and easier.
Field Adjustable Trip Springs
While out plowing, contractors often need to make adjustments to their plow, and they don't want to go back to the shop to do it. That is why Meyer makes their plows with field adjustable trip springs. This allows more time to plow and less time back at the shop.