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Old 10-23-2007, 02:24 PM
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05 PSD Snow Plow Package

I am looking to replace my 99 PSD with a 05 or 06 I don't want to mess with
the 04 6.0. I am wondering how to tell Ifthe Truck has a snow plow package
and what you get in the package. I am thinking it has stiffer spring but not
sure and does it matter?



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my 05 has the snow plow package and from what I can tell it's only stiffer springs, you might want to opt for the 06 cause in 05 they had a problem with a pin breaking in tranny form alot of forward and reverse driving
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Recall 05B27--2005 TorqShift Transmissions, Trucks with Snow Plow Package:
On trucks built prior to 1-12-05, the snap ring on the low/reverse planetary may become dislodged due to the frequent forward/reverse shifting common when plowing snow. If this occurs, damage to the low/reverse planetary or transmission case may occur. Ford will disassemble the transmission, inspect for damage, and replace the snap ring with a revised part, if no other damage is found. This recall has been extended to 9-30-06, regardless of mileage.
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As far as I know The snow plow prep just give u a heavier spring for the front I believe the code is X for the hevier spring.It definetly makes
a diff. when u put a plow on or solve it with a set of Timbern.rubbers
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Springs

Do they make the Timberins for coil springs or do you have to replace the springs?
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SNOW PLOW PREP PACKAGE (86M)
Availability:
• Requires 4x4
• Not available with 674 Heavy Service Suspension Package
Includes:
• Computer selected springs
• Steering damper
• 140-amp alternator with the 6.0L diesel engine
NOTE 1: Restrictions apply; see Supplemental Reference or Body
Builders Layout Book for details.


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Do they make the Timberins for coil springs or do you have to replace the springs?
Not sure about the coil springs, Timberns direct #1 800 243 3194 They can help I'm sure .
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