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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-17-2011, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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Snow plow on a 2010 super crew

Is anyone out there plowing snow with a 2010 F-150 super crew and if so have you had any problems with it?

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My neighbor plowes with he's and has no problem.

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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-18-2011, 09:57 PM
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too trucks i worked on, plow snow, they are 2010s, i recommend a leveling kit. just like the 04 and up. but no problems, do you run a bed salter? or a gate salter? if you run a bed salter i recommend a set of ride rite air bags.

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Like big phill said get a level kit for it an be good to go once ya have the plow installed
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1st and foremost you need to have the right plow thats recommended for your truck, on the other hand when you go to a dealer for your plow and he has to refer to a computer because he cannot answer your questions ........ walk away, a true plow dealer will know the truck and the correct set up for it, it will really depend on what you want to do and how much your going to do with your truck. I plow residentials and commercial propertys and also city streets where city trucks cant fit, Are you going to be doing this for personal use or bussiness use? Depending on what your planning on doing and also the plow if you got the right set up you wouldn't have to change a damn thing on your truck, in the winter months my truck has numerous things on it , i have the plow, a tailgate salter, a bed load of salt , shovels, snow blower, portable winch to get others or myself unstuck(never had to use it on myself) and to be honest with you my truck is bone stock, no timbrens or air bags or anything, i dont have a 2010 truck but i'm just trying to help ya out with my experience , Also if you need a brand new plow i can help you out in that area as well, The biggest factor in the care of your truck is how you plow with it, some literally plow the snot out of they're trucks especially when they dont own them, I myself plow with care, shifting properly is a huge problem when plowing, plowing basically shortens the life on alot of things on your truck by half, but with proper maintainence you can extend it, I have not needed to repair or replace anything on my truck or the equipment yet and its been a few years.

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