Fisher Engineering’s XLS expandable wing plow line has several updates, including new features such as flared wings, new blade sizes, and a stainless-steel option.

The XLS plows carry more snow with their new flared wings, which are expandable. The snowplows are also now two inches taller, standing at 31 inches tall, with the flared wings rising up to 36 inches.

The plows are also available in a new width in addition to the 8-foot plow. A 8-foot, 6-inch model reaches 11 feet when fully expanded, allowing it to handle large snow-removal tasks and fitting up to Class 6 trucks.

Unique to Fisher, the XLS plows sport a trip edge design to protect the equipment and operation in the event of an unseen obstacle. Only the bottom edge of the plow trips, so the blade stays upright and snow stays in front of the plow. 

For added strength, the new XLS plows are reinforced by 10 vertical ribs, a heavy-duty torque tube, and a structurally reinforced slide box.

Touch-button or joystick controls independently change the position of each wing. The operator can switch the plow from scoop to windrow to straight blade from the driver’s seat.

More information on the plows will be available in May.