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Gotta love when this happens

Discussion in 'Fisher Engineering Discussion' started by Trilogy, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. Trilogy

    Trilogy Junior Member
    Messages: 20

    The driver side plow light on my speedbor does not like to tighten right. It came loose on the high way so I dropped the plow to nearly ground level and used the truck lights. I dismounted the plow only to discover that one of my headlights is out. Two headlight systems and both with issues. I plan to order new plow lights on Friday.
  2. fx4plowin

    fx4plowin Member
    Messages: 47

    Been there done man!!!! few years ago i had the same situation on my 86 c20 with an old school western blade and when i dropped the blade down far enough to use the lights they popped, with the old western it was a pain to take the blade off and the headlights on the plow were wired to the parking lights, so i almost NEVER used them because they would reflect off the plow and blind me! so when i did actually use them, they were both blown, 3 am no parts stores open (i was plowing one at the time) and no tools to take it out, because its the entire light and not just a bulb, so i had to do 3 lots in that area with no light from anything anywhere except one plow light...Thank god the old lady plows as well or i would have had more problems, but her f250 hated us after that day, bout 16" from that storm with double the lots until parts stores opened up