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Old 01-05-2012, 10:39 PM
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Can somebody please tell me if the Chassis are the same on the 1980-1986 and 1987-1991 Ford F-250's ? A guy has a plow and complete set up that came off a 1986 F-250 and my property manger is wanting to put it on his 1989 F-250 and weare wondering idf it would bolt right up to his frame or are frames different for these trucks.I know the body styles are different.

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Should bolt up, however, make sure the front springs/axle can handle the weight on the 89. Two front axles were used, a D44 and a D50, both TTB. D50 had the larger hubs/bearings from the D60. I have a plow on my 90 with the D44 and the front end is falling apart due to the extra strain.
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