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Used search to no avail. Maybe I searched the wrong keywords? Anyway, this is my second blade on my trucks and didn't have this issue on the snowbear. When I angle the blade to either side, one side of the blade and skid shoe comes up off the ground about two inches. I know people have had similar problems when vehicles have been lifted, but my 01 f350 diesel is completely stock and the A Frame is pretty parallel to the ground. A Frame drops fine but the blade itself doesn't have much articulation like my old one did. How do I fix this? Snow plows online has no clue. I installed it with a mechanic buddy of mine and I am a gear head too. Gotta figure this out quick before the next snowfall as I have a couple contracts to take care of. Won't have time to send it back so I'd have to get it to a shop and modify it if there's something wrong with the design. Please help.
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