Rob R. wrote:You guys will love this one...I was an idiot and took the plow off my truck a few weeks ago, hence the snow... Went to put the plow back on today and it was a complete disaster. My F350 sits pretty high, so the only way to get the right angle on the plow frame is to unhook it on blocks or a pallet. I had the plow on a pallet, drove up to it, lined up on first shot! Got out, gave it a couple yanks to line up the pins and the jack-stand promptly broke through the pallet. There it sat, jammed on the pallet, and too low to engage the plow frame on the truck. I went and got a big pry-bar and some blocks, and after 15 minutes I had it blocked at the correct height. Drove the truck ahead, and the instant it touched the plow it fell of the blocks and halfway off the pallet. To top it off, when I jumped out of the truck to assess the situation and stepped in fresh dog *censored*. At that point I decided to park the truck. I am so fed up with that plow I am not even going to look at it until the snow has melted. If it really does snow 10" the guy up the road can make a fast $30 and plow my driveway.
I'm so glad I sold all the plow trucks and salt truck.I enjoy the snow then go out and snowblow my drive,don't miss any of the crap.