Western Enforcer installed on my F150

2017F150XLT

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Location
Pennsylvania
Got it installed yesterday, looking forward to putting it to the test, I think it will end up working well, looks like a well built unit. The attachment system will take a little getting used to, I'm used to the Fisher style.
 

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2017F150XLT

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Location
Pennsylvania
Looks good, corn crop looks decent also.
I’m not a farmer, so I wouldn’t be able to tell you what a good crop is or not ( unless it’s atrociously barren ) but I do know our valley receives plenty of rain on a regular basis, which is a different story from other valleys in the area, so crops typically do well here
 

jato

Senior Member
Location
SE Michigan
Can an F150 run a v plow like that and push a decent amount of snow? We have an 07 with the 5.4L. Would this setup be a good match for that truck too?
 

jato

Senior Member
Location
SE Michigan
Got it installed yesterday, looking forward to putting it to the test, I think it will end up working well, looks like a well built unit. The attachment system will take a little getting used to, I'm used to the Fisher style.
I asked my local dealer to quote one of these on my 2007 f150. But they said it's not possible due to axle weight limits. Bummer. They give me a straight blade quote for a 7'6" boss which is cool but not as cool as yours I think
 

cwren2472

PlowSite Fanatic
Location
north east
You couldn’t get the vplow for 1/2 ton trucks installed on your truck?

Assuming the Western is similar to the Fisher, they are heavy by half ton standards so a large # of applications don't fall into the "recommended" weight range.

Its worth noting that the painted version of that plow is considerably lighter than the stainless so many applications that the SS isn't recommended for can still take the painted. I have no idea if the 07 f150 falls into either, I'm only mentioning it in general.
 

jato

Senior Member
Location
SE Michigan
You couldn’t get the vplow for 1/2 ton trucks installed on your truck?
Yeah this weingartz location said it didn't look like the front gawr was a good idea with it. My trucks front axle says 3950 I think. It's all right. For what we need a straight blade will do just as well I think. We will put a snowex or western tailgate spreader on as ballast. Plus salt bags
 

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