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Old December 5th, 2010, 02:10 PM   #1
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Anyone have any pick of this setup? not unimount. we need to know where the braces go... pics of the carriage off the truck and on would really help. couldnt find anything on yahoo or google
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I built a few from old systems and made them fit the `88 & later trucks. the shield under the bumper comes off and then the lower carriage bolts accrossed the face of the lower rail. it take a little work but it has to be mounted level so as the push pins on the blade go in easy and it has full range of travel up and down. if you get the upper part hung on the rails. then lift the blade with the pump to show you how deep to set the lower mount. if the chain is going more then an inch or two forward of back it makes the lift cylinder work to hard.

another thing if the blade has a worn out cutting edge replace it before you set up the blade. it can throw off the height of the lower carriage when set up since you want the lower A arm to run close to level
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