Installing a snow plow on your truck has a number of benefits: you can plow on your own schedule, avoid paying others for the service, and even help out your snowbound neighbors if you’re feeling charitable. You might think installing a plow is a difficult task suitable only for trained mechanics. However, the majority of snow plows intended for non-commercial use attach to your vehicle via a front receiver hitch. Once you install this hitch, hooking your plow up is a simple matter of sliding its attachment point into the receiver and securing it in place. We show you easy installing one of these hitches is so you’ll be ready to plow when the snow starts falling. Note: This installation is on a 2015 GMC Sierra Denali 2500, but the general installation steps will be similar for almost every truck on the road today.
Installation Video For Hitch-Mounted Snow Plows
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