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New PF2 mounted

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by timsjeep, Dec 5, 2003.

  1. timsjeep

    timsjeep Senior Member
    Messages: 130

    I searched for pictures of a Western ProFlow 2 and only found a few. So, here are some.

    Truck is a 00 CTD
    Plow is a Western 7.5 with prowings and deflector
    Spreader is of course, a Werstern ProFlow 2
    Tires are Cooper S/T's 285/75/16

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  2. timsjeep

    timsjeep Senior Member
    Messages: 130

    Don't know why they stoped showing up. Here are some more.

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  3. timsjeep

    timsjeep Senior Member
    Messages: 130

  4. timsjeep

    timsjeep Senior Member
    Messages: 130

  5. timsjeep

    timsjeep Senior Member
    Messages: 130

  6. timsjeep

    timsjeep Senior Member
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  7. Eyesell

    Eyesell 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,101

    timsjeep,

    mind if I ask what the spreader cost ??

    Thanks
    Frank
     
  8. timsjeep

    timsjeep Senior Member
    Messages: 130

    2850 installed :confused:
     
  9. IA snoman

    IA snoman Senior Member
    from Ia
    Messages: 153

    Timsjeep,
    Hey I love your truck, one nice setup! I have a question for you on that proflow 2. How was that installed? I have been considering something like that but I am a little confused. I went to Western's website and they make it sound like you get the class4 receiver hitch with the spreader. Is this true? I guess I was under the impression that you inserted spreader into current receiver, filled it up and away you go. Any help would be helpful.

    P.S.

    I used to live in Fort Collins, Go CSU !!!:)
     
  10. Dieselgeek

    Dieselgeek Senior Member
    Messages: 161

    Nice looking set-up...
     
  11. IA snoman

    IA snoman Senior Member
    from Ia
    Messages: 153

    Timsjeep,
    Hey I love your truck, one nice setup! I have a question for you on that proflow 2. How was that installed? I have been considering something like that but I am a little confused. I went to Western's website and they make it sound like you get the class4 receiver hitch with the spreader. Is this true? I guess I was under the impression that you inserted spreader into current receiver, filled it up and away you go. Any help would be helpful.

    P.S.

    I used to live in Fort Collins, Go CSU !!!:)
     
  12. timsjeep

    timsjeep Senior Member
    Messages: 130

    I too say GO CSU!!!!!!!!!! Class of 98.

    As for the PF2. You do have to replace the hitch. You get a new one that has inserts on both sides that the unit frame slides into. Then you have to hook the unit to the frame. Here are some pictures. The new hitch is really nice though. You don't have to worry about sacraficing your current strength. The new hitch is very solid and rated a 10K#.

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  13. timsjeep

    timsjeep Senior Member
    Messages: 130

    This is the mount that the PF2 connects to. Its on its side. the curved parts go into the slots on the truck.

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  14. timsjeep

    timsjeep Senior Member
    Messages: 130

    Here is one more of the truck mount.

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  15. Crumm

    Crumm Senior Member
    Messages: 529

    Nice setup but where is the snow? The weather looks awfully nice to need all that fancy equipment.