Fisher Engineering Approves HT Series and Homesteader Snowplows for use on 2015 Ford F-150 Truck Mod

Snowplow operators that drive 2015 Ford F-150 trucks now have the reassurance that Fisher tested and approved the use of the Homesteader and HT Series snowplows on their specific truck.

Tue June 30, 2015 - National Edition
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Fisher Engineering, manufacturer of FISHER brand snow removal and ice control equipment, proudly announces that its 7' 6
Fisher Engineering, manufacturer of FISHER brand snow removal and ice control equipment, proudly announces that its 7' 6" HT Series™ snowplow and 7' 4" Homesteader™ snowplow are now officially approved applications for the 2015 Ford F-150 truck.

Fisher Engineering, manufacturer of FISHER brand snow removal and ice control equipment, proudly announces that its 7’ 6" HT Series™ snowplow and 7’ 4" Homesteader™ snowplow are now officially approved applications for the 2015 Ford F-150 truck.

“We’re proud to give our customers the flexibility of using FISHER snowplows on a wide variety of vehicles, especially the highly demanded 2015 Ford F-150,” said Andrew McArdle, CSP, senior product manager at Fisher Engineering. “Both professional and personal snowplow operators that drive 2015 Ford F-150 trucks now have the reassurance that Fisher tested and approved the use of the Homesteader and HT Series snowplows on their specific truck.”

To learn more about the full line of FISHER snow removal and ice control equipment, visit http://www.fisherplows.com/fe/showroom/?utm_source=cision&utm_medium=newsrelease&utm_campaign=fisherf150




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