by GasStationLuvsMe [OP] » Nov 03 2011, 5:12pm
by fenn » Nov 03 2011, 5:44pm
by TheoLP62 » Nov 03 2011, 5:47pm
by GasStationLuvsMe [OP] » Nov 03 2011, 5:52pm
fenn wrote:Any drilling required? Last year I installed 2 of them. One on a Ford and 1 on a dodge. The dodge was straight forward and the ford I had to drill through the frame.
Boss makes a great plow. That's what I use. Used to use a Meyers up until last year and what a difference. No freezing pumps with the boss!
by fenn » Nov 03 2011, 6:13pm
TheoLP62 wrote:Sounds like a pump maintenace issue not a brand issue, my dad has run meyers plows for years and never had a pump freeze.
First few pics had me worries thought boss plows just mounted to those two big downplates . . . was glad to see there is a rear support bracket on the frame for the plow. Wiring will be the fun part of that whole thing haven't had to wire a plow in a really long time though I remeber always having challenges with the Headlight cut off switch.
by GasStationLuvsMe [OP] » Nov 07 2011, 1:19am
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