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Plowing driveway with 07 Chev. Suburban 2500

Discussion in 'Residential Snow Removal' started by SDAMJK, Feb 8, 2011.


    SDAMJK Junior Member
    from 13021
    Messages: 2

    Can I mount a (Boss) stright standard duty plow on a 2007 Chevy Suburban 2500 (3/4) ton truck. I will only plow my driveway and drop the plow at home.
  2. Schnabel Plowin

    Schnabel Plowin Senior Member
    Messages: 139

    Yes, and it will hold the weight fine. I'd go with a 7'6" to save on cash, weight, and wear and tear. It would hold an 8' fine too.
  3. loudcav

    loudcav Member
    from ohio
    Messages: 59

    I think hes more worried about how the blade will hold up
  4. KMBertog

    KMBertog PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,129

    it will be fine for the plow and truck.
  5. brimfield

    brimfield Member
    Messages: 68

    what size driveway and any curves and is this an extended cab or 8' bed? When I got my new Fisher 8' HD for my 2002 Durmax with the extended cab and a 8' bed, the 8' was recomended by the installer because a 7' 6" would run over snow in curves before it could plow it. I also got some Timbren spring assists to help with the front end weight, diesels add allot of front end weight.
  6. Dakota Dave

    Dakota Dave Member
    Messages: 44

    A suburban is the same lenght as a standard cab long bed. He dosen't need to worry about the diesel weight penalty chevy hasn't put a diesel in a suburban in a long time. since your planning on leaveing the plow at home I just throw acouple sand bags in the far back and plow away.