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Let's see your lifted plow set ups!

Looking to go with a carli 2.0 performance lift, and western wideout/blizzard 8611lp/fisher XLS plow.

Anyone running a lifted set up and have pictures??

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Looking to go with a carli 2.0 performance lift, and western wideout/blizzard 8611lp/fisher XLS plow.

Anyone running a lifted set up and have pictures??
Just popping in to tell you to go with the BackCountry, more travel, same performance, $300 less. Better in every regard... We have plenty of people that plow with our kits, most are around 1,000-pounds and drop the front 1-1.5" when installed then it'll pop right back up when you drop the plow.
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Just popping in to tell you to go with the BackCountry, more travel, same performance, $300 less. Better in every regard... We have plenty of people that plow with our kits, most are around 1,000-pounds and drop the front 1-1.5" when installed then it'll pop right back up when you drop the plow.
Does the back country have full replacement springs included aswell?
Thanks for your advice! Very helpful!!

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Does the back country have full replacement springs included aswell?
Thanks for your advice! Very helpful!!
It comes with the add-a-pack but the Full leafs are a $445 upgrade to the kit and a HUGE ride quality increase.
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It comes with the add-a-pack but the Full leafs are a $445 upgrade to the kit and a HUGE ride quality increase.
That's pretty cheap.
I'm looking to add airbags to hold the weight of the ballasts, so new leafs would be smart anyway!
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That's pretty cheap.
I'm looking to add airbags to hold the weight of the ballasts, so new leafs would be smart anyway!
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Assuming that you are talking about the 4.5" system I would recommend the Carli bags as they don't negate a lot of the ride improvement of the full leafs.



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Down here you don't use a snow plow, you strap a huge sponge (4'x8'x2.5') to the front and soak up the humidity. Then you drive over it 25 times to drain it out (hoping not to flood your street).


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