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I recently got an alpine flex plow installed by my dealer. I'm wondering if there is an owner's/operator's manual that I can download somewhere?
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I never did get the manual.

Pretty much self explanatory.
What do you need to know?
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I never got one either. Its pretty staright forward to operate it plus theres a bunch of videos on youtube.
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I'm curious how many washers if any below the round metal things behind the blade. When I plow there is about a 1/2 inch left behind, I would like to get down to the concrete. I am plowing a paved driveway. Do I even need to use those things at all? Sorry not sure what they are called.
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I'm curious how many washers if any below the round metal things behind the blade. When I plow there is about a 1/2 inch left behind, I would like to get down to the concrete. I am plowing a paved driveway. Do I even need to use those things at all? Sorry not sure what they are called.

They are called shoes. The main reason for shoes is to keep from tearing up lawns or gravel driveways. You can take them off or put more washers on the top.
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The washers can either go at the top or bottom.
I have a gravel drive, so I have one washer at the top, making the shoes almost as long as they can go.
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I've taken mine off as well


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