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what lift frame?

Discussion in 'Meyer / Diamond Products Discussion' started by m2low, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. m2low

    m2low Member
    Messages: 74

    I have a ez mount classic for a 1990 suburban - or if you think of the pre1987 chevy trucks - the suburban didnt change body style til later - I have the holes to accept a new style tubular lift frame - I want to know if they are all different sizes or all the same size for width and height? should I look for any style hoop mount, or do I have to get a specific width? and does anybody have one rotting away they would like to unload, dont need any parts on it, and I will most likely paint it anyhow... here is a pic of the current setup that I have and want to change to the quick release for the summer to not have plow lights or pump on year round. hopefully this will let me put a bumper back on the front of the truck also 0 get rid of some of the ugly.. :p
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  2. swa136

    swa136 Senior Member
    Messages: 149

    Check on eBay, there's always a couple for sale on there. There's two sizes, one for the 6 footers, and one for the fullsize plows. Type "meyer hoop" when you search on eBay. That's a unique setup you got there! :salute:
     
  3. m2low

    m2low Member
    Messages: 74

    unique is a good word for it :D haha - I did the search there, and I found 2 hoops, both the same size, but it says will fit smaller trucks - I guess I will just have to get off my butt and go measure the width between my mount receivers... going to do a major overhaul of the truck this spring and this is on the list to get the plow mount updated and looking nice also, and a bumper back on. also want to convert to the slick stick control - this should be a direct wire in for the E-47 pump right? just buy the new control and new wiring harness and its a go? I want some reliability out of my setup, the rest is holding up great, needs paint and some leaky fittings nothing to bad but going to go through it all....