Hey guys. I need advice. I push snow right now with my Yamaha four wheeler with a Cycle-Country blade and do very well with it. I do residential, but also sub for a guy doing comercial lots, trimming out around curbs for the trucks and such. This year he wants me to put a blade on my truck but I've always heard such bad stuff about the wear and tear on your truck. It's my daily driver, a 2001 Ford F-150 SuperCrew 4x4 Off Road with the 5.4L and towing package. He'll pay me double what I make now and I could ride inside and sip coffee rather than freeze my fingers, which makes it tempting, but I don't want to destroy my truck. I've already worked for him before, and I know most of the guys who drive for him and the only ones I know who have had problems were driving older trucks that didn't need to be hauling a blade around anymore! They push slow and organized, and with a four wheeler trimming, all the curbs are visible, but I'm curious whether or not you all suggest strapping a blade on the front of an F-150 or sticking with the four wheeler? If I go with a plow, what should I look for. I would be doing a large lot but would be windrowing it with several other trucks but once it's done, I'd like to go back drag some residentials that I currently do with my four wheeler, so I'm interested in the poly edges. Sorry it's a long post, but I just want to make sure I get the right info! Thanks for any responses.