Chevy Suburban Snow Plows


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After the leaves die and the days start getting shorter, you know that the snow will soon follow. But fear not, when you equip your SUV with a snow plow, you'll never dread the winter storms again. Once your Chevy Suburban is equipped with a snow plow from SnowPlowsDirect, clearing your driveway is a snap, you can even clear your neighbors' paths out of the goodness of your heart - or for a modest fee. With SPD's 12-Month Price Match Guarantee, you can shop in confidence and let your Chevy Suburban be a beacon of hope, clearing a path for you and yours.

"I've wanted a snow plow for years and finally found one at a price point I liked. It took a while to get it all together, but once I did it was mounted in five minutes. Snow Plows Direct was easy to work with, I would recommend to friends."
Reuben S., Bridgeport, CT

Can I Plow with a Chevy Suburban?

You may be asking yourself if mounting a plow to the front of their Chevy Suburban is even possible. The answer is "Yes!" The Chevy Suburban is perfectly capable of carrying a plow and moving large amounts of snow. Here are a few of the most common questions we receive regarding the Chevy Suburban and snow plowing:

  • Q: How do Chevy Suburbans perform with a snow plow installed?
  • A: Fantastic. A 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 engine and a standard Premium Smooth Ride Suspension Package adds both power and stability to your Suburban, which is exactly what you want when you’re out plowing snow. And since 4 wheel drive comes standard, you’ll be able to get the job done without getting stuck all the time.
  • Q: What size of snow plow works best with a Suburban?
  • A: Really the only thing you need to make sure of is that your plow is wider than your track width. Your Suburban measures in at 68.7” and thankfully, every plow on Snow Plows Direct is 80” wide or wider, so you can take your pick.
  • Q: How will I install the snow plow on my Suburban?
  • A: Depending on the type of plow you get, you’ll either bolt it directly to your Chevy’s frame using custom mounting brackets, or attach it to a front mounting hitch, giving you the ability to remove your plow quickly when road conditions improve.