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2010 F250 Crew Cab 6.4L Turbo Diesel

Discussion in 'Boss Plows Discussion' started by Actionpower, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. Actionpower

    Actionpower Junior Member
    Messages: 17

    Hello, I talked to one Boss dealer and he did not recommend a 9.2 power VXT on the F250, another dealer said it will be fine. I have the plow package, dual alternators, and heavy springs. Can you tell me your guys opinion, and do I need air bags, or timbren stiffeners to handle the 9.2 V-XT?
  2. 91AK250

    91AK250 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,657

    i've installed a few of them on 250s, alltho i'll say the 8'2"v-XT is more of a popular size for that size truck i dont see why the 9'2" V-XT would be any kind of overkill. i'll ask monday what my guy thinks about it just out of curiousty.
  3. Jim@esitrucks

    Jim@esitrucks Inactive
    Messages: 1,124

    I just did a quick match and dont see where you will have a problem with the 9.2 vxt
  4. Actionpower

    Actionpower Junior Member
    Messages: 17

    There must be some F250 newer trucks with a Boss V 9.2 out there, all I am wondering is do you install any front suspension helpers for sag. Most V plows seem to weigh around 1000 pounds.
  5. plowmanben

    plowmanben Member
    from MI
    Messages: 95

    one of my friends works for a boss distributor in my area and was talking to him about plow sizes and all he said about the 9.2 on a F250 or other 3/4 ton trucks was that it's long and you would not be able to drive with it in the full v position without the ends hitting the road.
  6. Actionpower

    Actionpower Junior Member
    Messages: 17

    My new 250 with 20 inch wheels sits higher in the front than a 350. The only problem I see is the drop to adjust