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Old 03-20-2009, 02:12 PM
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Lightbulb Lift kit with Plow? Especially Rubicon Express

Any one on here running a lift kit with a plow? I have a 8' MM2 HD fisher plow that i use, and am wondering what to do about lifting my truck, and the compatability with the Fisher Minute mounts? I am really partial to the rubicon express lifts, but any feedback would be helpful, Basically if any or you guys are having sagging issues or stuff like that while using the plow on a lifted truck. thanks for your interest, Tom
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i would like to know this as well! great question
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Old 03-20-2009, 09:24 PM
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i run 6inch lift with a plow i had to re make the mounts to make it work right
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I run a 4 inch lift with 35s on it, the only issue, is the cutting edge wears faster. but its great being higher, you can see better
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What kind of plows do you guys run?
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western never had problems so never used anythign but...

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i run a western and so does cchase. thats all we run on our trucks. i ran a meyers on one dump truck and it didn't last the winter
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i run a western and so does cchase. thats all we run on our trucks. i ran a meyers on one dump truck and it didn't last the winter
Do you have any pics of the customize mount?
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I agree about checkin out that custom mount
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I may on my other computer. Pretty simple, just used some 4inch tube steel
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