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Above is my Meyer plow. I added the third trip spring. I used a scrap of angle iron I had laying around.1 1/2" x 1 1/2"x 3/16".You can see below, my brother's newer Meyer(1993) with the factory third spring. Mine has tripped a lot, and the 3/16" is holding up. Meyer used 2" x 2" x 1/4" angle iron. With the third spring, the blade doesn't trip or "lean" on hard packed snow. It scrapes it up like it should. I plowed one season with only 2 springs. Glad I added the third. You can see the trip spring adjusters are almost maxed out. These springs really have no room left for adjustment, and should be replaced.

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