You can find a list of approved FISHER® dealers in your area on our Dealer Locator. Simply enter your city, state and/or postal code and the page will populate the dealers closest to you.

Complete the form on our Dealership Opportunities page to find out if there is an opportunity for you in your area and a FISHER® regional sales manager will be in touch with you within 3-5 business days.

We do not sell products directly from our factory—however, you can order or obtain pricing through an approved FISHER® dealer. To find a list of dealers in your area, please visit our Dealer Locator.

There are two types of programs available to find out if a snowplow or spreader fits on your vehicle: eMatch for plows or the Spreader Selector.

eMatch allows you to see which snowplow best fits your specific vehicle. If your vehicle is not listed in eMatch, it does not have an approved snow plow application based upon Fisher Engineering’s guidelines in compliance with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS).

Our Spreader Selector program helps find which FISHER® spreader is right for you, based on general vehicle categories.

In order to best service your specific needs, please contact your local dealer. You can find a list of dealers in your area on our Dealer Locator.

Fisher Engineering has partnered with Sheffield Financial to provide you with the best financing options available. To view all of the options available, please visit our Finance Center.

Electronic versions of our product catalogs, brochures, sell sheets and specification documents are available for download on each product page. We also have the most current versions on our Product Literature page.

Fisher Engineering is proud to be a part of Douglas Dynamics and we’re always looking for new people willing to go the extra mile. Search our current openings to find a career that’s right for you.

You can contact Fisher Engineering by visiting the Contact Us page and filling out the short form. We will reply to your question, comment or inquiry in 2-3 business days.

To identify your snowplow, there are a few key items to look for: how many plugs and the number of pins in each of the plugs that are on the plow when you hook up it up to the truck. Look to see if the plow headlights stay on the truck or stay with the plow when unhooking and how many ribs/springs are on the back of the blade.

You can confirm visually by viewing our Printable Parts Posters, use our Interactive Parts List to view current plow models broken down by major assembly or through documentation in our Library.

To ensure the accuracy, bring this information to your local dealer, so they can assess your plow and help you further. To find a list of FISHER® dealers in your area, please visit our Dealer Locator.

Fisher Engineering warrants that products will be free from defects in material and workmanship after a time period from the date of original purchase, dependent upon the product category. Please visit the Warranty & Registration page for additional information on our warranty policies.