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does western make a plow mount for this?

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by elitelawnteam1, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. elitelawnteam1

    elitelawnteam1 Senior Member
    Messages: 164

  2. snowplowpro

    snowplowpro Senior Member
    from NJ
    Messages: 926

    If they did they would still put a unimount frame on it.

    REAPER 2000 Club Member
    from 60050
    Messages: 2,230

    Call Adams. They have a trailer and shed with untold amount of old mounts and set ups in the back and am sure they could fit you up with a 9 or 10 foot blade.
    The Western quick search site will not allow for a N7000 but I punched in F700 and it requires a custom mount.

    Adams is in Mchenry as well so you could even go in there an talk to em they may even have a used plow on the side.
  4. elitelawnteam1

    elitelawnteam1 Senior Member
    Messages: 164

    I planned on it if I didn't get any other answers from here. the mount on my 150 is welded to the frame, but since this is going to have a much heavier plow on it, and actually doing commercial, not resi's I want this done the right way. I've never plowed stick, so this will be interesting next year (that is if we ever get any snow around here :cry:)
  5. 2006Sierra1500

    2006Sierra1500 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,758

    It's gonna need a custom mount anyways. Once you really go over one ton you start needing a custom mount, with a few exceptions(F450, F550, etc)
  6. lawnboy2121

    lawnboy2121 Senior Member
    Messages: 470

    u can mount anything to a truck with a welder and some knowledge just do not weld to the truck frame
  7. hatefulmechanic

    hatefulmechanic Senior Member
    Messages: 228

    10 or 11' blade on that would be ideal. Once you plow with a COE, you won't want to go back to a regular truck again. The agility of them is amazing, especially with a shorter WB truck.

    That will be a nice setup with a blade and spreader. Honestly, I would look at getting a DOT surplus blade from a southern state auction, you can get them on average $500-1000 all day long. Fab up a mount, use the hydraulics on the truck and add your controls, and you are ready to roll.