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  • Available in 3 models:
    • HomePlow Basic: An electric lift adjust controls up and down motion; 6'8"-wide passive Auto-Angling blade recognizes snow build up and self-adjusts to push snow off to one side. Can also be manually locked in a particular direction. Ships in carton, some assembly required.
    • Pre-Assembled HomePlow: Includes electric wireless lift (with wireless remote); 6'8"-wide passive Auto-Angling blade recognizes snow build-up and self-adjusts to push snow off to one side. Can also be manually locked in a particular direction. Integrated caster wheels included for easy installation, handling and storage. Ships by crate, fully assembled.
    • Full-Powered HomePlow: Like a commercial snow plow, provides complete hydraulic-powered control over up, down, and side-to-side movement with the push of a button. Wired remote included. Available in 6'8" or 7'6" width. Integrated caster wheels included for easy installation, handling and storage. Ships by crate, fully assembled.
  • Tough all-steel construction
  • Available with or without a Curt 2" front hitch
  • Requires hitch height of 10" to 13" - Drop/Rise adapters can also be used for a perfect fit
  • 1-Year Warranty

Make plowing your driveways, paths, and parking lots a simple process with the Home Plow by Meyer. This rugged SUV and truck snow plow mounts in just seconds and is fully controlled from inside your warm cabin. With this handy plow you'll clear your drive and be on your way in minutes.

The Meyer Home Plow features Quick-Link mounting hardware that slides into a 2", Class III front receiver hitch. Its integrated mounting wheels let you slide the plow right into place without tools, and there's no extra hardware to leave behind. All models require a 2" front hitch, so be sure to select the hitch option if your vehicle does not yet have one installed.

Choose from three different models: the HomePlow Basic is an electrically operated plow. It features a 6'8" auto-angling blade. The Pre-Assembled HomePlow features an electric motor for up-down blade movement via a wireless remote. Both styles include a passive mechanical design that automatically tilts the plow blade in whichever direction the snow is heaviest.

If you want complete commercial-grade hydraulic control, go with the Full-Powered HomePlow. This plow's hydraulic control adjusts the blade up, down, left, and right with the push of a button. The Power Angle model also comes in either 6'8" or 7'6" lengths.

With rugged 14-gauge steel construction, Dura Slick powder-coat paint, and a sealed hydraulic operating system, the Home Plow by Meyer is ready to take on winter's worst. This plow requires a distance of no more than 13" and no less than 10" between your reciever hitch and the ground - for trucks that are too tall or short, the Drop/Rise Adapters can be used for a perfect fit. Plus, your Meyer Home Plow is backed with a 1-Year Warranty.

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4.6 of 5

Average Install Time: 1-2 hours

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who drives a Nissan Frontier
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See my previously submitted review. Just adding a photo.

Install Time: 2+ Hours

who drives a Nissan Frontier
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Well crated for shipment. Straight-forward installation process. No issues. Only used once at the point. Seems to do a good job.

Install Time: 2+ Hours

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Absolutely horrible assembly instructions! Looking for part K, but there is no part K for my model! Had to find a video to complete the assembly. Took me 5 hours to assemble! See this time and again, instructions for more than one model. Plus the plow is black which the photographer failed to take into consideration! All models should have their own video from start to finish!!!

Install Time: 2+ Hours

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We live at over 8500’ in the Colorado Rockies and have about 200’ of hilly, side-sloping, uneven gravel drive to clear. Our order was delayed by a few weeks. We received our Home Plow Electric, assembled it (using a torque wrench for the blade bolts at 90 ft-lbs), and installed it on our 2005 Jeep LJ just in time for 18” of snow the next day. That was around February 1. Since then, we’ve had somewhere between 4-6 feet of snow, usually 6-12” at a time, and it has performed just fine. Even plowed out a neighbor’s drive after the snow was old and heavy and about 18-24” deep, and it still worked quite well. Yes, it is not a commercial-grade plow, but if you use your noodle, take your time and don’t abuse it, it works great. It’s designed to plow your drive, not run a business – but it doesn’t cost $6000, either. We found an independent YouTube video that was very helpful with the assembly process. We only needed to make a few minor adjustments – preload the trip springs about 3-4 turns beyond the suggested setting (the default setting was too weak for an uneven gravel surface), and shorten the chain about 3-4 links to enable it to be raised to a good traveling height. One advantage of this plow is that the mounting hardware does not reduce the ground clearance on the vehicle, so if you want to off-road it, it won’t be in the way. Most heavy duty plows have mounting hardware systems that may be stronger, but are low enough to make a difference, and also require a substantial amount of effort to remove in the summer, then re-install in the fall. Plus, since this is a standard 2” receiver, we can put other accessories on the front when not using the plow. We bought the recommended Curt #31028 hitch receiver, and it is very well made. Excellent product, with high quality grade 8 hardware. I highly recommend watching Curt’s YouTube video before installing this hitch. And be super careful with the fish-wires when you install the hitch hardware, or a bolt retainer plate can fall inside the frame. Yes, ask me how I know that. It took a while to find it and get it out of there, as it slid downhill in the frame. Had to use a borescope camera to find it, and a snake magnet to extract it. Not too fun when it’s cold. But it’s not Curt’s fault that my dexterity (or brain) was not up to the task that day. Purchased both products from autoaccessoriesgarage.com. Chatted with a couple of the folks there – they were helpful, and the price was reasonable on both the hitch and the plow. One small thing – they said the plow would come with the caster wheels for moving it around when off the vehicle, but it did not. I have noticed others saying this, as well. No big deal, as we’ll be storing it outside, on the ground. Bottom line – both good products. The only change I might possibly suggest would be to spend the extra $$$ and go full hydraulic, as the electric motor is a bit slow, and if you want to angle it very often, it is manual, and you will need to stop and get out. But that just depends on what you are willing to tolerate/spend. I can live with the simpler, less expensive option, as I don’t need to angle it too often. It still beats the heck out of shoveling two feet of snow – and yes, I also know that really well.

Install Time: 2+ Hours

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I got the wireless plow, it didnt work unless I stood outside the pickup. So I cut the wiring added 3ft to the control box, and ran it through the firewall. The control box is now under the dash. Works great!

Install Time: 30-60 minutes

who drives a Chevy Colorado
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Order was shipped quickly and installing it was incredibly easy.

Install Time: 1-2 hours

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Decent little plow for a long driveway. May be worth spending the extra money for hydraulic or electric.

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It turns out Meyers changed certain lock washers out for a flat washer, split washer and finished nut combination and the instructions didn't indicate this. Also the parts list in the instructions show 1 ring pin (which is what I got) however when you get to the page in the manual to use it, you actually need 2. I had to go to the hardware store to get the additional part. These things leave you scratching your head and takes longer to install when you have to figure it out. Also you will note that the Meyers Instructions are flawed. If you purchased the electric lift model (which I did) the instructions tell you to skip the pages for the spring assembly and manual lift assembly. Turns out you need the springs (included) so I'm not sure that the Meyers QA crew has ever installed one of these using their own instructions. Now as for the plow. It seems pretty sturdy and easy to install if you realize the instructions are flawed. Note: Buried in the instructions it tells you that the height of your receiver must be between 10" and 13" from the ground. Mine was 13" and the plow tilts excessively towards the front. It will work but getting a 2" adapter in my case is what I had to do to make it work better. Also, depending on your vehicle you might have to add some wire to the harness to reach the battery and the plow. Meyers has cut some corners on this plow which for a few extra bucks on their part would have made my experience much more enjoyable and garnered a better review. The potential is there if Meyers wasn't so cheap. I installed mine on a stock (no lift) 2004 Jeep (TJ) Wrangler.

Install Time: 2+ Hours

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Very happy with the quality and ease of installation. Everything fit perfectly.

Install Time: 2+ Hours

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Not too satisfied with the product, hangs very low and doesn’t have a lot of mobility.

Install Time: 1-2 hours

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