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I was told the light duty 3/4 tons used the coil front springs. The HDs used leaf springs, so the mounting hardware, which was to connect to the front of the frame, is now blocked by the spring hangers. I think the grill guards were essentially built for the F150s and adapted for the heavier trucks. Either way the guards I've looked at require a different mounting set-up. Good news is, I found a steal on one that I may be able to have mounting hardware manufactured for at the local welding/ machine shop. It's about $450.00 normally, they said they would let me have it for $200.00 cause it just didn't sell and had been setting on the shelf for to long.
The best defense is a good offense, and I'm really offensive!
2000 F-350 Super Duty Crew cab dually, 7.3 PSD, 6 speed, airbag overloads,Prodigy brake control, 120 gal aux fuel tank, Zoodad, HX crossover pipe, DYI intake