F150 Snow Plow


What size plow can I put on my F150?

Q: Which size of plow should I be looking for? A: The main rule of thumb to keep in mind is that you want a plow that is wider than your track width, so with a Ford F150 that would be 67.6″. Every plow on our site is at least 80″ wide, so you’re good to go!

What is F150 snow plow prep package?

A Snow Plow Prep Package is a package offered by Ford and GMC to make your truck better capable for handling the strain of running a snow plow. You will generally find snow plow prep packages for vehicles in the ¾ to 1 ton range with Ford also offering it on their F-150.

Can you plow with a F150 Ecoboost?

The Sno-Way 26 Series plow was specially made so that it could be rated for use with not only the regular F150 but even with ones sporting the Ecoboost engines! We ran successful field tests with actual end-users and owners of F-150 trucks during both plowing operations and road transport situations.

Is snow plowing hard on your truck?

One of the most common vehicle problems encountered while plowing is damage to the transmission. Overheating the transmission fluid as well as improper use, can contribute to the problem. Keep the following tips in mind when heading out on your next snow plowing run to minimize damage to your plow truck’s transmission.

Can you plow a 1/2 ton truck?

½ ton trucks are generally used for smaller jobs, so blades that are 8-feet long or smaller work perfectly for this sized truck. You may want an 8-foot plow if you have a longer wheelbase truck – this would ensure you push the snow far enough out when turning.

Can you put a plow on a 2015 Ford F150?

As of right now, the 2015 Ford F-150 is the only light duty pickup with a manufacturer’s snow plow prep option across all cab configurations. The plow prep option works with the Regular, SuperCab, and SuperCrew cab configurations, however the F-150 has to be powered by the 5.0-liter V8 engine with four-wheel drive.

Can you plow with a 2014 F150? (video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_6cUpQoGj8

Can you put a plow on a 2010 F150?

2009 -2010 ok for plow.

Does a snow plow void warranty Ford?

IMPORTANT WARNING – you will void the Ford Certified Pre-Owned warranty on a F-Series model, if you equip it with a snowplow, regardless of whether the F-Series meets the snowplow eligibility requirement.

What is included in Ford snow plow prep package?

The new Snow Plow Prep Package, available for 4×4 pickups, includes heavy-duty springs specific to each configuration and an up-rated alternator to deal with heavy electrical loads.

What is Alaskan snow plow prep package? (video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIzsmUaVdpw

Can a 2.7 Ecoboost plow?

I recently noticed on the Fisher and Western Plow websites they are now offering plows for the 2018 F150 with the 3.5 and 2.7 Ecoboost motors without plow prep. They are not being offered for any of the prior year Ecoboost motors.

How big of a plow can I put on my truck?

Most standard pickup trucks are best suited to 6½- and 7½-foot plows, half-ton trucks use 7 or 7½-foot blades and ¾- and 1-ton trucks typically use 7½-foot and 8-foot blades. The heavier the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of the truck, the wider the plow blade the truck can handle.

Can you put a snowplow on a 2013 Ford F150?

I talked with a Fisher dealer and he said that Ford did some changes on their wiring on the 2013 F150’s. They now can have a snowplow put on them. Fisher and I assume Western, now have mounts for the 2013 F150.


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