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Re: Put a snow plow on a F-150 4x4 withan ecoboost 6 cyl. en

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chevytaHOE5674

09-17-2013 06:33:29
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Instead of spending many many many thousands of dollars to hang a plow on your fancy new truck, why not buy an entire plow truck...?

I have a 1986 K10 Chevy with a 7.5' western on the front that I paid like $600 for many years ago. Sure its rusty and beat up but it plows tons of snow every winter (22.6 FEET total last winter), and I don't feel bad about going forward to reverse 10,000 times a day, or accidentally backing into a snow bank, or getting it stuck, or when a giant frozen ice/snow block slides down whats left of the rocker panels, etc. Just my 2 cents but I would never put a plow on a vehicle that I wanted to keep in good condition.

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 Re: Put a snow plow on a F-150 4x4 withan ecoboost 6 cyl. en in reply to chevytaHOE5674, 09-17-2013 06:33:29  

chevytaHOE5674 said: (quoted from post at 10:33:29 09/17/13) Instead of spending many many many thousands of dollars to hang a plow on your fancy new truck, why not buy an entire plow truck...?

I have a 1986 K10 Chevy with a 7.5' western on the front that I paid like $600 for many years ago. Sure its rusty and beat up but it plows tons of snow every winter (22.6 FEET total last winter), and I don't feel bad about going forward to reverse 10,000 times a day, or accidentally backing into a snow bank, or getting it stuck, or when a giant frozen ice/snow block slides down whats left of the rocker panels, etc. Just my 2 cents but I would never put a plow on a vehicle that I wanted to keep in good condition.


This guy has the right idea in my opinion.

I plow with this fine unit. Bought the Jeep for 500 bucks, built the plow from my junk pile. 4 cyl. 4 spd. sips gas and in low range has plenty of power to move a lot of snow.




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