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I have seen a few 97-03 f150's have plows on them. All varying though some Western, blizzard, boss. I personally have a Boss plow and really like it. But i know some people that have had western's and really like them. Its really your call.
Also, forgot to tell you that it wouldnt hurt to look at multiple dealerships. I looked at two dealerships and the first one wanted $3475 for the plow and the wiring harness. The second wanted $3950 for the plow and harness but i talked him down to $3475 because he was closer to my house. Good luck.
I would highly recomend a composite material for your f150 due to the problems it will be on the front TTB.
The TTB susspension just isnt' the best for plows. Its a performance susspension, not a workhorse.
Wait, I think that ford moved to a front susspension like the chevy in 97 f150 didnt' they?
97 f150 was horrible. My uncils always has so many problems.
Talyn (AKA: der Schafen Führer)
1994 F250 XLT 4x4 Standard Cab - T-444E Direct Injection Turbo Diesel, 5 SPD M/T Z/F S5-420, Rosewood 160cc Stage 1's, PHP Tuner, 6637, Short Throw Shift Kit, Valair Kevlar/Ceramic, 140V IDM, T-500, 285/75/16 Cooper Discoverer ATR. Steyr C9-A1. You can get more with a kind word and a 2x4 than you can with just a kind word.
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