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Lifted Trucks with Snow Plows!

How big of a lift can you put on our trucks and still plow snow with it? If anyone has a picture of their lifted truck with the plow, post it on up if you don't mind sharing.
I would like to install a 6 inch lift but currently use my truck to make money plowing snow. What do you think? Can it be done without screwing it up?

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You will have to adjust the push plate brackets weld the lower on the frame but it looks dumb with a huge truck and plow. My truck Has a added spring to the front do its almost leveled 1/2 in difference in the front. And my plow is on the highest setting. Thats the only reason why I can't lift my truck is because of plowin. And because I won't fit in the garage. My cab light are about 1/8 of an inch from hitting garage entrance. I wish I could lift it 2 or 3 inches maybe someday

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