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If you have a plow, that tells me you live where it i cold.
If so, perhaps you have salt used on roads and highways.
That salt can damage your plow, as well as your vehicle.
I think you may have salt or rust damage that is slowing down your pump.
If not, I would suspect one or more of your joints is freezing up.
Unfortunately, I think your plow may not have nuts & bolts to take it all apart and check each and every joint.
Many parts are probably welded together.
See if you can isolate the "stiff" joint or the pump itself for replacement.
God bless your efforts.
Posted on Dec 20, 2016
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