did you do anything about the front shocks when you put the plow on? like
heavier ones? also, when the plow comes off do you return the torsion bars
to their original position or leave them cranked? thanks
"gw" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I live in Maine, and I plowed all last winter with my 2000 Ranger.
> 3.0 litre, 4 x 4, 5-speed manual. I'm using a Fisher Homesteader 7'4" plow
> and 70# of ballast in the bed.
> My driveway is about 300' long, with a large parking area at the end about
> 80' x 80'
> I had no trouble at all as long as I didn't let it get deeper than about
> Next season I plan to crank up the torsion bars a bit for some extra
> up front.
> I don't think I'd plow commercially with it. It's a light-weight plow.
> <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Anyone plow snow with an Ranger pickup? Am thinking of buying one
>> to plow a small condo complex with narrow streets and drives.
>> Any thoughts would be appreciated.