What is the best snow plow for a Jeep Wrangler JK?

I’ve been considering investing in a snow plow for my Wrangler JK, but I’m not sure where to start looking (or what a good snow plow looks like). What’s the best snow plow for a Jeep Wrangler JK?

Kathryn Mae Kurlychek · Answered on Jan 19, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
A snow plow is a smart investment for Jeep Wrangler JK owners living in colder climates. Whether you’re interested in investing in a snow plow for personal driveway maintenance or as a way to make extra cash in the winter, here’s what to know when you first start looking:
Blade type: Arguably the most important part of the plow is, well, the blade itself—the part that’s catching all that snow and directing it where you want to go. The most common snow plows include blades that are either v-shaped or straight-edged. V-shaped plows are generally better at maneuvering, but straight plows are less expensive. Weight: You’ll also want to note how much your Wrangler JK can carry. Even if your JK is approved to hold a hefty plow, bigger accessories can cause undue strain on your Jeep’s engine and transmission. Material and quality: The best snow plows are made of solid stainless steel, which is both strong enough and durable enough to get the job done. Other common materials include rubber, polyurethane, or a combination of materials. Budget: You’re unlikely to find a quality snow plow for less than $2,000—so it’s important to consider cost when shopping for snow plows. You may also want to factor in the cost of having the plow installed on your Jeep (unless you’re comfortable tackling the task yourself).
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