last year I purchased an 8' Western Pro Plus and had it installed at the point of purchase.. we'll call them Vendor X from Stafford Springs, CT. A couple storms ago i realized that my sway bar was a bit loose. When i got back to the shop and got underneath, i saw that the sway bar was never re-attached to my frame after my plow was installed. there should be holes tapped and it should have been bolted, I think...but if it isn't connected to my frame...it does not work. well, last storm i was pushing a commercial lot, normal speed, lighter snow, not a heavy load. i finish my line, and raise my plow...doesn't go up as far as it used to, but it is maxed out. i lower the plow, but catch it before float, the hole mast/lights etc lunge forward, then come back a little. no big deal, just the weight/lights might need tightening, right? get back to the shop and find out the the weight of my plow has only minor contact points with truck frame. 1 pivot point+weight/stress of plowing = bent truck frame. long story short..this happen to anyone else or was i fooled by believing Vendor X knew what they were doing to install? this is a pretty established truck outfitter. what would you do?