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Does anyone have a picture of how and where the Blizzard 810 mounts on a Ford Superduty frame? If you could post a picture that would be great. I have a friend who is thinking of getting one next year and he is running a Western Straight Blade Ultramount and we were wondering if the mounting holes will be the same? I guess his concern is if he had to drill another set of holes in the same area does that weaken the mount/frame. I had the same thoughts myself.
 

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RH not asking for much are you, to have 2 different plow manufactures plow mount holes match up. I don't have a digital camera yet (come on Santa hint hint) so I can't get the pics for you. I will say this the Blizzard mount is a very sturdy mount.

Bob :D :D :grinz
 

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Yes the Blizzard mount is very bulky and durable. I would say that there is little to no chance that any of the bolt holes WOULD Line up.


I will say that the F250 that ProSno pushes with is one hell of a pusher. His is a 2001 F250 SD with the 5.4 V8 and it can push with the best of them.



I think that your friend will make a great move if he goes for the 810 on his SD.


Jay
 

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driver side

There were no holes drilled in the frame it uses holes that are already there. These should give you and idea of where it attaches.

FYI it is a '00 F250 Crew Cab diesel
 

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For (at least 2000 and up), the same side mount brackets will fit F-250 thru 550 and utilizes pre-existing holes in the chassis.
 
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