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Fall has begun. You know what comes next.

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I have this plow and it is awesome. One of the best purchases I have ever made. I liked it so much that I did a review on your website. Long driveway + midwest snow storms = must have. I mounted it on my Tacoma, which I kept for hunting, off-road adventures and snow pushing.

If anyone is thinking of a plow for non-commercial use, then I would highly suggest this plow.
 

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I have this plow and it is awesome. One of the best purchases I have ever made. I liked it so much that I did a review on your website. Long driveway + midwest snow storms = must have. I mounted it on my Tacoma, which I kept for hunting, off-road adventures and snow pushing.

If anyone is thinking of a plow for non-commercial use, then I would highly suggest this plow.
Thank you for your review and for choosing our plow!
 

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Are these no cutting required for the Tundra? If so, quote shipped to 01604 with all needed parts?
 

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Plow for Toyota Tundra

Are these no cutting required for the Tundra? If so, quote shipped to 01604 with all needed parts?
Assuming you mean your 2015 Tundra, the only cutting is a small hole in your skid plate as detailed in these instructions (PDF).

If you're OK with that, the price is $1,650 for a 7-foot plow or $1,980 for an 8-foot plow. That price includes, all parts, your truck's mount and shipping directly to your door.

Order here and we'll get your plow shipped right away.

Edit: That free shipping is for all 48 contiguous US states.
 

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Looking at the PDF, it reads to cut the hole to access the filter, which I wouldn't bother with... the hitch would come off after winter. Great price too... I have to think about this!
 
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Last question, why do most sites that offer these list ALL MODELS EXCEPT PLATINUM for the Tundra? I have a platinum model..
 

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Will this plow work with a 3" lift on the front of a Tundra??


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Maybe, but it's hard to say. The receiver hitch at the front needs to have between 8" and 16" of clearance with the ground. I'm going to do some digging to find out how far the stock mount is and see if a 3" lift is too much.

EDIT: What model year is your Tundra? Also, do you have stock or oversize tires?
 

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Where us the 16" measured from? The bottom, middle or top of the receiver? I have a mount built into my front bumper and would like to see if this would work.
 

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Where us the 16" measured from? The bottom, middle or top of the receiver? I have a mount built into my front bumper and would like to see if this would work.
It's measured from the bottom of the receiver. If you already have a front mount, you can order our plows without a mount.
 

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Maybe, but it's hard to say. The receiver hitch at the front needs to have between 8" and 16" of clearance with the ground. I'm going to do some digging to find out how far the stock mount is and see if a 3" lift is too much.

EDIT: What model year is your Tundra? Also, do you have stock or oversize tires?

Its a 2008 limited
Tires are 305/55R20's

I will take a measurement whenI get home to the bottom of where the tow hooks used to be. Technically the top of the receiver. I tossed the hooks when I put the off-road bumper on



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Took the measurement and its 16 3/4" to the bottom of the frame where I would need to attach it.


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Took the measurement and its 16 3/4" to the bottom of the frame where I would need to attach it.
The mount puts the receiver a few inches down from that point, so that would put you well within the acceptable height. I don't see why this wouldn't work for you.
 

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Anyone know how far past the stock bumper the uprights are? I have an offroad bumper that sticks out 6" past the grill.


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