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Old 01-09-2012, 10:28 AM
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plow package

I was building a F150 ecoboost and did not see an option for a plow prep, do they offer it? Thanks
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No. I prob would have bought an Eb otw
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What is otw?
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The snow plow prep package is not available on any 2011 and newer F-150 no matter which engine. Nor is it available on the Tundra of 1/2 ton Ram. You'll h ave to go after a GM to get the plow prep.
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The snow plow prep package is not available on any 2011 and newer F-150 no matter which engine. Nor is it available on the Tundra of 1/2 ton Ram. You'll h ave to go after a GM to get the plow prep.
You don't have to get a GM. You just need a Superduty!!
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You don't have to get a GM. You just need a Superduty!!
We're talking half ton trucks here but I agree with you.
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I have a Superduty now I was jost looking ahead because I do not tow as much anymore so I thought a 150 would be nice.
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What is otw?
it is 'otherwise'
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