BOSS Snowplow is expanding its snow and ice removal product offerings for the upcoming winter storm season, adding a new spreader and plow, and increasing the availability of its D-Force accessory.
The FORGE 2.0 Long Bed spreader and SK-R 6 compact vehicle plow, both extensions of popular collections, are the newest members of the BOSS family, and the D-Force now is available for DXT plows, the company said.
“At BOSS, we’re focused on every aspect of the contractor’s business—roads, driveways, sidewalks and parking lots—and the solutions they need to work quicker, more efficiently and with more profitability,” said Mark Klossner, marketing vice president for BOSS Snowplow. “We take great pride in listening to our customers and offering the products and accessories they need to operate successful businesses.”
FORGE 2.0 Long Bed
FORGE stainless steel spreaders have become a strong performer in the company’s growing line of ice control solutions, and a new design makes the FORGE a quality solution for long bed trucks, BOSS said. The FORGE 2.0 Long Bed features a longer hopper design to optimize its fit on long bed trucks, and make filling the spreader easier and quicker with a loader bucket.
The SK-R 6 joins the SK-R 8 and SK-R 10 to expand the BOSS line of box plows for tractors, skid steers and other compact vehicle equipment. The new SK-R 6 features a reversible 1½-inch rubber cutting edge designed for quieter plowing operation and protection to sensitive surfaces, the company said. SK Box Plows are designed to put the full force and maneuverability of compact vehicle equipment into getting the pavement back to black.
D-Force for DXT
BOSS continues to expand products offering D-Force, an accessory that improves scraping when backdragging by maintaining a consistent hydraulic down force powered by a hydraulic accumulator, leaving cleaner pavement in less time than conventional plows, BOSS claimed. D-Force now will be available on new BOSS DXT 8-foot-2-inch and 9-foot-2-inch snowplows, adding more power to the fully featured DXT lineup.