Meyer Home Plow

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  • Fully automated design lets you control the plow from the comfort of your cab
  • Installs easily to 2" front receiver hitch - no tools needed!
  • Durable, all-steel construction
  • Available in 3 models:
    • HomePlow Basic
    • Pre-Assembled HomePlow
    • Full-Powered HomePlow
  • 1-Year Warranty

Transform your truck or SUV into a snow-clearing beast with the Meyer Home Plow. Thanks to the plow's Quick-Link mounting hardware, you'll have this plow out of the box and onto your truck pushing snow in no time.

The Meyer Home Plow comes in three styles: HomePlow Basic, Pre-Assembled HomePlow, and Full-Powered HomePlow. Meyer's Auto Angle technology self-adjusts to push built-up snow to the side and the blade's vertical positioning can be adjusted via the wireless key fob controller. The HomePlow Basic arrives with some assembly required. This basic model comes with your choice of manual or electric lift control. The Pre-Assembled Home Plow can be customized to include the electric control, or the even stronger Hydraulic controls in both wireless or hardwired varieties. Lastly, the Full-Powered HomePlow functions more like a commercial plow: the hydraulic lift allows the driver to adjust the blade up and down, as well as side-to-side. All models feature the same rugged, all-steel construction and require a 2" receiver hitch.

A 10 to 13 inch distance is needed between the ground and your receiver hitch. If your truck or SUV is too tall or too short to support this, you can add a Drop/Rise adapter from the various available Meyer Home Plow Accessories.

The Meyer Home Plow's 14-gauge steel is coated with a Dura Slick powder-coat that prevents rust and corrosion. All Meyer Hydraulic systems are sealed and protected from the elements. Backed by a 1-Year Warranty.

What's the difference between each of the models?

The Meyer Home Plow comes in 3 styles: HomePlow Basic, Pre-Assembled HomePlow, and the Full-Powered HomePlow.

  • The HomePlow basic arrive unassembled, and with your choice of manual or electric controls. Its auto-angling blade is engineered to automatically find the best position by reacting to snow resistance.
  • The Pre-Assembled HomePlow features the same self-adjusting technology and is powered by your choice of electric lift, or the more powerful hydraulic lift. Features a 6'8" blade and comes with wired or wireless controllers.
  • The Full-Powered HomePlow operates similarly to a commercial plow. The hydraulic lift controls up and down motion as well as side-to-side movement via the wired controller. This model comes in two plow widths: 6'8" or 7'5".
  • Blade
  • Lift Frame
  • Hydraulic or Electric Assembly
  • Mounting Hardware
  • 2 Plow Markers

The Meyer Home Plow features a 1-Year Warranty. 

Meyer Home Plow Customer Reviews

Sean S from Stafford Springs, CT, who drives a Jeep Cherokee.

1.0
3.0
5.0
1.0

30 - 60 minutes

DO NOT PURCHASE THIS PLOW I bought this plow for a 98 Jeep Cherokee we have on the property. It shipped quickly (9/21) and I had it installed in roughly an hour, and it worked exactly as it should upon installation. I removed the plow from the jeep, reinstalled the rolling wheels and put the plow inside the garage, out of the weather, and waited for the snow to fly. Flash forward to about two weeks ago, 12/21, there was snow in the forecast. I reinstalled the plow, plugged it in, and found that it would not operate. Every time I hit any button on the controller from the cab, the motor unit enclosed in the plow would short out and some how shut my controller off. It was shorting out, but not kicking the in line fuse. I took a voltage meter, and had 12V everywhere I should until I used the controller, at which point, It would short out the motor on the plow itself and my voltage would go from 12V to roughly 2V. I called Meyers but I was unable to actually contact a human. I spoke with my local Meyers dealer, and was told that we would not warranty the plow as he refuses to carry the "Home Plow". He described it as a piece of you know what, and wants nothing to do with them. Do not buy this plow. Spend the money and get a real plow, or at the very least buy it in person so you have someone to talk to when it breaks.

Wayne B from Stonington, CT, who drives a Ford Explorer.

5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0

More than 2 hours

Excellent quality, fit and finish. Shipping was excellent. The carrier called ahead to discuss where to place it and to let me know when to expect it. The instructions were fairly well written although I found a few errors and I had to supplement the hardware with a few missing bolts but no big deal.

Kenneth J from Libby, MT, who drives a Jeep Wrangler.

4.0
4.0
1.0
3.0

More than 2 hours

Damaged - bolts missing - Was supposed to be assembled but was not.

Gilbert from Naperville, IL, who drives a Jeep Wrangler.

5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0

1 - 2 hours

It’s got to be best home plow on market. Works great and is quality made. Can’t believe how easy it is to take off my vehicle. Jeep Wrangler. And put back on. Less than 5 minutes. Only thing or feature I would improve on is remote fob for blade operation.

Gerald S from Coeur D Alene, ID, who drives a Jeep Cherokee.

3.0
3.0
5.0
3.0

1 - 2 hours

Plows great, but the remote buttons will stick at times. And remote has to be aimed to get it to perform properly. I will try to re-locate the receiver. The auto angle spring loaded arms both bent on the first use, and are far too under-engineered, light duty parts!

Joel D from Spokane, WA, who drives a Chevrolet Suburban.

5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0

1 - 2 hours

The home plow by Meyer is a great design and engineered to plow with your daily driver. It was easy to install and ready to plow snow. I really like the casters for easy stowing away. Thank you for a great product.

James H from Kents Hill, ME, who drives a Dodge Ram 1500.

5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0

1 - 2 hours

Took about an hour to assemble the plow and went easy.

John S from Chippewa Falls, WI, who drives a Dodge Ram 1500.

2.0
4.0
5.0
4.0

30 - 60 minutes

I wish knowing what I do now I had bought the plow with up and down and left an right power from inside the truck. It is also a pain you have to remove it to go for short drives on the road.

Robert B from Pylesville, MD, who drives a Ford F-150.

5.0
5.0
5.0
4.0

30 - 60 minutes

I like everything about it so far. I have not used it yet and frankly hope it never snows :) It was shipped, packaged, and delivered. I couldn't ask for better. The ONLY problem I had was the wheels you have to set up correctly were a BIG pain to get off after taking the cotter pin out. It seems the painted or powered coated the whole thing with the wheels in the neutral position. You couldn't take the wheels off with without call 911. Need to correct that. I had a regular Meyer plow several years ago for the farm and they make a good product. I got the Home plow because finances wouldn't allow for a commercial one, so we will see how this Home Plow does I have 3900 feet of driveway to do on my farm. Wish me luck (or you can come help :).

Kenneth J H from Hopkins, MI, who drives a GMC Sonoma.

2.0
3.0
4.0
2.0

1 - 2 hours

Easy to put together if you have any mechanical skills at all -- instruction book was not very helpful because the parts with my plow were not the same as the instruction book was showing. Don't know if it works yet - the key fob that came with the plow does not connect - I was given instructions to go buy a new battery and try and reset - it's brand new why would I need to get another battery????