Summit II ELITE 88 x 26 Custom Mount Snow Plow Kit - ACTUATOR
- Product SKU: SUMM8826ELT
- Category: Snow Plows, Snowplow - Summit
Summit II Elite Snow Plow
Our SUMMIT II is the largest of our 3 snow plows weighing in at 300lbs with a blade dimension of 88″ wide by 26″ high. This unit is best suited for larger pickup trucks and larger parking lots and driveways.
Dk2’s line of personal snow plows just got better! The DK2 ELITE SERIES Snow Plow line up takes its simple yet effective design and improves on it with a wireless actuator for ultimate reliability. The Summit II is currently our largest Snow Plow.
All DK2 Snow Plows allow you to quickly & effectively remove snow from your driveway or small parking lot. All you need is an SUV or truck. DK2’s range of personal plows each mount on to a vehicle specific custom mounting brackets.
Each Elite Snow Plow comes complete a wireless actuator built to withstand extreme temperatures and is fitted with a wireless remote control.
Each snow plow ships in a single carton complete with hardened steel cutting edge scraper, rubber snow deflector, polymer-wrapped wire rope plow markers, skid shoes, castor kit for easy storage, and a wireless actuator.
|Blade Dimensions||84 x 22" Blade|
|Assembled Weight||296 lbs|
|Gross Weight||301 lbs|
|Box Dimensions||46 x 35 x 17"|
Top Notch Quality
- Powder coated all-steel construction with UV protected paint.
- Each snow plow kit includes a set of adjustable blade stiffeners for added strength
- ISO 9001 certified manufacturer.
- 1 year limited warranty.
Fits most light trucks and SUV’s, Easy to mount – simply slides onto your custom vehicle specific mounting brackets in seconds.
An electric actuator lifts the blade, controlled from inside your warm vehicle for easy up and down snow control.
Upgraded wireless remote control, and upgraded 3,000lb 12V winch.
Ships in a single carton on a standard size pallet.
1. Wireless Actuator
2. Trip Springs to shock absorb uneven surfaces.
3. Plow markers for better blade visibility.
4. Rubber Deflector.
5. Flip down castors allow easy plow attachment, removal, and roll away storage.
6. All steel adjustable skid shoes let you control the height of the scrape.
7. Manual lever allows blade to angle left or right.
8. Custom Mount.
Converting any Generation 1 (grey) DK2 snow plow kit over to a custom mounting system is as easy as changing out the winch tower and T-frame (NO 17) for a mainframe and a custom mounting brackets.
The benefits of switching over to a custom mount is adding strength to your snow plow by shortening the frame by nearly 14 inches. We are happy to chat with customers further about changing their generation 1 plow over to a custom mount plow.
List of items needed:
CUSTOM MOUNT BRACKETS
*The existing handle can be cut down by the competent DIY'er to work with the new frame components.
It is important to check all nuts and bolts and ensure they are tight before you plow. You can put dielectric grease on the grey quick connection to avoid electrical issues.
If you winch pin is bent it means you had the strap going over top of the pin the wrong way. You can call DK2 at 1-888-277-6960 to order a new one.
LB is the light kit for our first generation snow plows (the grey blades) and LB2 is the light kit for our second generation snow plows (the black blades).
This is a very common mistake customers make during assembly. The middle section of the scraper blade is the longest piece and the two short ones go on the ends. If they aren’t lining up try flipping the scraper blade over.
The 35 AMP circuit breaker is necessary to prevent possible electrical damage to either the winch or the vehicle’s electrical system. You connect it to the red wire going from the control box to the battery.
Our snow plows are designed to minimize the wear and tear on your vehicle. The fact that you can remove your snow plow whenever you aren’t plowing dramatically cuts down on the stress a plow can have on your vehicle frame.
The T-frame style snow plows (Avalanche Series) mount on to any vehicle with a standard 2” class III front mount receiver. The custom mount snow plows (Summit II, Rampage II, Storm II) use a set of vehicle specific mounting brackets joined by a cross member which connects the plow frame to the frame of your vehicle.
First thing you should do is double check you have the proper custom mount for your vehicle. You can check our mount guide under the custom mount section of our website. It is also important to loosely install both left and right mounting brackets first. Then loosely install the cross member between the left and right bracket. Go back and tighten left and right bracket then finally the cross member should be tightened into place.
Yes you can drive on the streets with the snow plow attached to your vehicle. It is always important make sure the safety clips or the hitch pin are secured and your plow is safely mounted to your vehicle. Use the safety chain while you aren’t plowing to take stress off your winch strap.
The operator of the plow can decide how high to set the skid shoes. We recommend setting them about 1/4 of an inch below the scraper blade. The skid shoes will help protect the surface you are plowing and also prevent wear on your scraper blade.
Yes you can drive on the highway with your plow but we do not recommend driving far distances with the plow on the front of your vehicle. If you are driving with the blade on make sure to angle the blade to the left or right.
If you hear a clicking there is a good chance your winch relay (black control box) isn’t working. You can check that your winch is fine by hooking up a power source directly to the winch and by pass the control box. If the winch works fine you need a new WCB (winch control box).
If your winch isn’t working properly the first thing to check is the connections in the grey or blue quick connect piece. If there is any corrosion in here it can affect the operation of the winch.
The first thing to check is the battery in your wireless remote. If you have replaced the battery and the wireless still isn’t working try plugging your wired remote into the control box and make sure it isn’t a winch problem and is in fact your wireless.