Since 1928 these rugged heavy-duty wheel type plows have set the standard for quality, dependability and performance in fire suppression, pre-suppression, and prescribed burning operations. They will plow lines in dense underbrush, heavy grass or sod and in trashy areas. The wheel-type plow is widely used in the coastal plain areas throughout the southern United States.
Twelve models are available for different applications and tractor sizes from 70 to 200 horsepower.
Swivel-type hitch-adjustable four positions
Quick hook-up to drawbar of tractor for emergency operations
Wheel type provides better flotation and depth control, assures continuous fireline
Better adapted to winch-mount tractors than lift-type plows
Wide range of models for tractor size and application