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    Did not see that coming at all.
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    I haven't seen a new Meyer plow in my area for over 10 years. I'm not even kidding. They have absolutely no apparent market presence in Minnesota. On the flip side, Fisher plows used to be like unicorns around here but now they're popping up regularly.

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    Roy i know what you are saying on new meyer plows. I see the one's that are 10-20 years old.
    The only time i see a new Meyer is at the GIE show or the truck show in Indy.
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    Schmidt and Aebi are great brands. Wonder if they will bring Meyer up?

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    If everything continues true to form we might see Schmidts on EZ-Plus mounts being lifted with an E58 pump.


    Meyer already sells HUGE numbers overseas but I suspect the merger will only grow that even more. However what's in it for us remains to be seen.

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    I don't know much about that company that bought them. We see a lot of Meyers being installed on dealer trucks to be sold. Not really many people actually going to the Meyer dealer and buying them though. The lack of a wing design like DD plows or Sno-way plows is the only reason why I wouldn't buy one. That and it just seems like everything on their plows is just old tech compared to every other brand... Except for buyers.... Everything trumps that. And I mean everything
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