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Should I have air shocks or anything on my truck for plowing?

Discussion in 'SNO-PRO PLOW AND ACCESSORIES by Curtis' started by XxChevy-HDxX, Jul 24, 2010.

  1. XxChevy-HDxX

    XxChevy-HDxX Senior Member
    from Mass
    Messages: 309

    Hey guys i was just on the curtis website looking to order some touch up paint so then after that i started looking at the plows in the manuals they have online under the caution box and it said .....
    " is highly recommended that front "helper springs", "airshocks", or other similar devices be installed onto this vehicle to prevent the front suspension from "bottoming out" while carrying a snow plow."

    I never put anything but 600 pounds of ballast behind the rear wheels and truck always ran fine and did a great job.... Do i need any of that stuff?
    And truck always looked leveled. :nod:
  2. amocerino

    amocerino Senior Member
    from 01606
    Messages: 177

    On some trucks like light duty half tons or small pickups(Ranger Dakota)should be installed to help hold the plow.
  3. XxChevy-HDxX

    XxChevy-HDxX Senior Member
    from Mass
    Messages: 309

    ohh okay thanks