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Glenn M. Roger Snowplow & Earth Scraper

• CATEGORIES: Advertising & Brochures, Features

I thought I had shared this brochure, but I couldn’t locate it, so here it is (possibly for the second time). I can’t imagine there are many of these still around?




10 Comments on “Glenn M. Roger Snowplow & Earth Scraper

  1. Mike

    Interesting how this was marketed as both a snow plow and scraper. Most, if not all other brand name plows were promoted exclusively as SNOW PLOWS. Must have been viewed as a MARKETING ADVANTAGE over other plows.

    Having said, that, I don’t see any reason why you could not use a Meyer or Western, etc, plow for the same purpose.

  2. David Eilers Post author

    But California gets its share of snow … Last I checked, the Sierras were in “CALIPHORNIA”. Last February, the Sierras got 16′ of snow in only 18 days! Of course, a person just might lose their jeep in the snow if they attempted to plow that … 🙂

  3. MattCT

    I have a 1946 CJ2A with a Glenn M Rogers setup and I would say the major advantages over the other plow companies is that large bracket that runs all the way to the rear draw bar. It not only saves the frame horns and front end from destruction, but it distributes the weight of the load to the rear of the vehicle. Another big difference is the blade itself. It is much narrower and taller than its competitors which makes the snow/dirt easier to manage with the jeeps power. Other larger plows become too heavy to push too quickly. You can tell it was designed with a 60hp motor in mind.

  4. David Eilers Post author

    I’ve never seen it snow at Pismo (only been there once), but I have seen it snow in Santa Cruz!

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