Mounting a different plow on the same truck?

chtucker

Senior Member
Just because it is fun to talk about equipment, not because I need/can afford it!:D

Looking at the Ford Factory guidlines for attaching a plow to a superduty, they are pretty specific about where the frame attachments should go.

If I was to ever get enough energy/time would there be a problem switching manufacturers? Right now I have a meyer 8.5 straight blade. What if I wanted to go with a Fisher V or a Blizzard?

My fears are that with my luck the mounts would be ever so slightly different and the frame holes would be overlapping. I couldn't use the holes that the Meyer used.

Anyone have any experience?
 

Jon Geer

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The Blizzard on 1999-current utilizes 3 bolts in the factory holes in the frame. NO DRILLING. I don't think you will over lap and cause more stress points to the frame.

But, don't quote me on that.

Hope I helped.;)
 

Pelican

2000 Club Member
On my Super Dutys, the two different plow subframes (Blizzard and Viking) utilize the same mounting points on the trucks. It seems the plow manufacturers follow the truck manufacturers guidelines.
 

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