Yes I have one. I believe all plows come with hand controls now.
I love it and I wouldn't want to plow without it. The C-plow especially...
it'd be a real pain if I had to get out all the time. I route mine down the
center, under the seats, up around the rear of my seat and lay it on the
seat on my right. It's right there within easy reach. I don't think I'd
a hard mounted cab control.
Welcome to the warm wonderful south! Where precipitation goes down the
drain instead of piling up where it shouldn't. ;-)
How can you live in the south without a truck? We'll call you yankee if
you don't drive a truck! ;-)
My commute to the beach is about a mile. There is now way I can justify the
expense of a 05 2500QC 4X4 with a Cummins as a run around piece of
transportation. I won't be towing or plowing snow. I'd just be burning
equity.I bought the magnum for running around. Now looking at my options, I
could give the magnum to the wife and maybe look again at a Charger srt.
Under the guise of going on trips and stuff. Kinda like when I run up to
Denny's so he can buy me that dinner.<G>
lay my elbow on the console and it's a perfect fit. I plowed with a friends
truck for a day a couple of years ago just for the hell of it. It was a
Western with one of those curly phone cords with a control that fit my hand
good and I could run all the buttons with a thumb. Maybe I'd like it if I
used it enough to get used to it. I was always getting that damned cord
wrapped around the shifter or some other protrusion that gets in the way. As
far as I know, he's not had any problems with it and he's had it four or
Now it you could find a wireless or voice activated unit.....
Yup, getting the cord wrapped up was a concern of mine. A guy I knew had a
thing about the size of a pack of cig's that was thinner and had push button
controls. He velcroed it to his console. Think it was a meyers. Guess I'm
going to have to see how much mobility I'm going to have. Probably end up
with the cord thing.
I steer with my left, shift and control with my right. The harness
on the Hiniker is long enough that I can hold it in my hand while
I shift...if necessary. It's a toggle as well and I do like it a ton.
Cummins, automatic, pretty much all the toys, rear window defrost, heated
mirrors, I guess everything but leather. Comes with a Fisher 8' MM2 ,
buckstop rear bumper with backup lights in it, strobes at all corners, leer
Now who has some info on the Charger SRT?? Good or bad?
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