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Thread: Snow plow??
09-21-2009, 03:07 AM #1
I have a '09 Silverado and I'm looking for any info about putting a snow plow on it. Mainly will it screw up anything else, paint, etc? Any info is greatly appreciated, I just moved to Colorado from Louisiana and have next to nothing when it comes to snow driving experience.
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09-21-2009, 09:24 AM #2
Driving in the snow is hazardous to your vehicle even without a plow attached. The typical unit plugs into a front receiver hitch. You might want to try driving a season without the plow before you decide to add that to the truck.
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09-22-2009, 03:34 PM #4
I lived about 4 hours north in Ruston while I went to college.
As far as handling it, I dont know, I'm glad my truck came with the remote start so hopefully that will help with getting ice off. As for me, I have a feeling I will have to invest in alot more cold weather gear than I needed down south.
To make it worse (and I think sickly ironic) the job I'm lookin at is an over night security job, so I'm gonna be REAL cold.
10-01-2009, 08:21 PM #5
I just put a Boss 8' Super Duty on my 09 2500HD. I had it professionally installed. The plow, install and everything was $3800.00. It's a sweet set-up.
The only problem with it is that they had to cut the front lower plastic cowl to have the receiver unit put on.Padre (Chip)
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10-02-2009, 09:52 PM #6
10-02-2009, 10:47 PM #7
How much plowing do you intend to do? What's your typical snowfall, and does it come in big storms?When you hear hoofbeats, look for horses not zebras.
10-09-2009, 04:33 PM #8
Unless they changed it, if it is not at least a 1500HD you WILL void your warranty if you install a plow on it. Only trucks that are equiped from the factory with a plow package does GM consider plowable. Which is a 1500HD or heaver. Any 2500 or 3500 can have a plow attached and not void the factory warranty, but not a standard 1500 model.
I just didnt want you to find out the hard way is all.( Not trying to talk you out of doing it.) But I would strongly suggest you give your dealership a call where you bought it and ask if it will kill your warranty.
Good luck to you. I live in the Buffallo NY area..so I am used to cold and snow.<LAUGH> But still.. I am NOT looking forward to it again this year.
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