Bronco Ballist

#1 plowtech

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United States
You should have approx. 400 lbs secured over the rear axle. Use whatever means of weight you feel safe and secure. P.S, it makes a big difference!! good luck PT.:waving:
 

long0

Senior Member
Location
Colorado
I run about 300lbs in my '79 bronco by means of hardened bags of concrete. Easy to move by yourself, and usually free from a lumber yard after a summer storm.

Andy
 
We usually run between 800-1000 lbs in the back of our Jimmy\Blazers,and they plow like a tank.


Make sure you have whatever you use WELL restrained,as you have no box or cab wall to protect you if it comes flying forward.
 

Big Nate's Plowing

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Toledo Oh Hi Oh
if I am salting also I will have anywhere from 1000-2500 # of salt but 4-6 50#'s seems real comfy. I wouldnt reccoment shoving a full pallet in the back unless you did the f-250 spring swap like I did

~Nate~
 

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