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Just what you want to hear.....

Discussion in 'Ford Trucks' started by LANJO, Jan 1, 2005.

  1. LANJO

    LANJO Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    I am wanting to start up my own little operation. I have 250 4X2. I know.....

    Can this still work, with some added weight in the back?

    Where is a good place to get used plow equipment?


    Thanks in advance.....great site you guys have,

    john
     
  2. fieldday

    fieldday Junior Member
    from Wi
    Messages: 10

    No, it will not work.
     
  3. echovalley

    echovalley Senior Member
    from CT
    Messages: 456

    Your wasting your time.
     
  4. cumminswithplow

    cumminswithplow Senior Member
    Messages: 129

    I've had 4 wheel drives stuck before. What are you going todo when its 3am and you get stuck and you still have places to get open before 7. Two wheel drive plow trucks are usually reserved for street applications. And are on larger trucks.
     
  5. GPB

    GPB Member
    Messages: 55

    Even with weight in the back, your asking for trouble plowing with a 2 wheel drive.
    You need a 4x4
     
  6. charlieg

    charlieg Junior Member
    Messages: 10

    4x2

    i've been plowing since 1964 , you most have 4 wheel drive to it without any major problems, a 2x4 is a waste of money and your time. i've been stuck with 4 wheel more then 1 time. its just a lot easier with a 4x4. small drives and lots i like a jeep cj. for larger ones my f150 just does the job but its not stock either.
     
  7. DJC

    DJC Senior Member
    Messages: 481


    Diddo what you say GPB!!!!!!!!!