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fitting a 95 F-150 plow

Discussion in 'Ford Trucks' started by rhetor, Dec 14, 2003.

  1. rhetor

    rhetor Junior Member
    Messages: 10

    I'm looking around for used plow setups for my 95 F-150. I see a lot of ads for Fisher minute mount and meyer EZ mount setups for 1/2 ton chevys and dodges and what not. If i buy one of the plow setups for another american 1/2 ton, all i need is the undercarriage mount for my F-150, correct?
     
  2. SIPLOWGUY

    SIPLOWGUY Senior Member
    Messages: 678

    A little info...If you have dual front shocks the Fisher mount needs a little modification and you have to leave the front shocks and sway bar off.
     
  3. rhetor

    rhetor Junior Member
    Messages: 10

    thanks. i have the single shock set up.

    I'm currently looking at western unimounts because they make an adapter bracket so i could also fit the whole set up to my father's 2002 F-350 PSD.
     
  4. SIPLOWGUY

    SIPLOWGUY Senior Member
    Messages: 678

    I was thinking Western for my next truck but after watching a few Westerns yesterday I think I'm sticking to Fisher. If you didn't know Western and Fisher are both owned by Douglass Dynamics!

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  5. rhetor

    rhetor Junior Member
    Messages: 10

  6. dag-otto

    dag-otto Member
    Messages: 77

    Cool another "Western", welcome aboard :)
    I have been very pleased with my 8 ft ultramount pro.
    It's incredibly well designed. spend the extra 40-50 bucks on the cab command handheld control, worth the extra bucks.

    Cheers
     
  7. SIPLOWGUY

    SIPLOWGUY Senior Member
    Messages: 678

    Nice truck too. I guess it's a good deal for you to go Western. I've had 2 Fishers which were great and this one now has served me very well. What I don't like about Western is the blade tripping as opposed to the trip edge. I'm sure being a cousin to a Fisher it has to be good! Good luck and have fun plowing! :)