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MY F250 with Boss Poly V

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by indianabc, Nov 9, 2003.

  1. indianabc

    indianabc Member
    Messages: 41

    Just wanted to get a few pictures of my "rig". Here are some specs:

    2003 F250 XLT
    4 spd Auto Trans
    5.4 EFI V-8
    8800# package
    Telescpng heated mirrors
    FX4 package
    skid plates
    receiver hitch

    4 Corner strobes
    custom handsfree kit
    Monroe Custom utilty body
    Boss Poly V plow

    plow 5 x.jpg
  2. indianabc

    indianabc Member
    Messages: 41

    another pic

    Here is another

    plow x.jpg
  3. indianabc

    indianabc Member
    Messages: 41


    yet another

    plow 4 x.jpg
  4. indianabc

    indianabc Member
    Messages: 41

    last one

    one more...........

    plow x.jpg
  5. meyer22288

    meyer22288 Senior Member
    Messages: 999

    Thats a nice looking truck, the best part is its a ford:D what size plow is on the truck?
  6. Joe3113

    Joe3113 Member
    Messages: 44

    Nice looking set-up you have there,it should make you lots ofpayup
  7. indianabc

    indianabc Member
    Messages: 41

    Thanks............. The plow is 8'2"

    CARDOCTOR PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,304

    nice bug guard

    what watt strobes do you have

    thinking about putting a set on my ram

    understand theres different watt strobes

  9. sno-mover

    sno-mover Senior Member
    Messages: 274

  10. indianabc

    indianabc Member
    Messages: 41


    I have a Whelen CSP690 power unit with 4 clear S30HAC Strobes. The power unit is 90 watts across 6 strobes. I love them! I can give you some tips and such if you want to email me. I used install strobes for police officers in my area. Here is a pic of my inside set up. The first 4 switches control the strobes. The little square switch tabs between the different patterns, then you have a switch for the fronts, a switch for the rears, and the last is a switch for hi/lo power.

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