Ford Expedition Snow Plows
For Ford Expedition drivers, there are two types. The type that uses their SUV to get any job done, weather permitting - and the one who watches the leaves fall patiently, knowing that soon the snow beast will be awakened, and the snow plow will be out of the garage and on the SUV once again. Becoming the latter type of Expedition owner is simple - all it takes is a quick trip to SnowPlowsDirect.com.
At Snow Plows Direct, every order includes 100% free shipping and a 12-Month Price Match Guarantee. We only carry the top names in snow plows so you can rest assured any plow you pick for your Ford Expedition will get the job done, and stand the test of time. Don't spend another winter trapped in your own driveway - your Ford Expedition has the power to press out into the winter wonderland, and with SnowPlowsDirect, so do you.
Can I Plow with a Ford Expedition?
Are you wondering if it's possible to mount a plow to the front of a Ford Expedition? The short answer is "Absolutely!" The Ford Expedition is a vehicle that is well-suited to carrying a plow and performing snow removal. We've put together a few of the questions often asked about the Ford Expedition and plowing:
- Q: How does a Ford Expedition handle while plowing snow?
- A: Exceptionally. A 3.5L EcoBoost® V6 provides over 6,000 pounds of towing capacity giving you the power to push plenty of snow. Plus, a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of over 12,000 pounds ensures that your Expedition can handle the added weight with ease.
- Q: What size of plow should I get for my Expedition?
- A: The main component to take into account when plow shopping is the width. Your plow needs to be wider than your Expedition’s track width, which is 67". And as it turns out, every plow we carry at SPD is at least 80”, so you’re golden.
- Q: How will I mount a snow plow to an Expedition?
- A: Snow plows come in two basic styles, so depending on which type you end up with you’ll either secure the plow directly to your Ford’s frame using custom brackets. Or more commonly, your plow will attach to a front mounting hitch, the plus side to this style is you can easily remove your plow come spring.