My 88 F250 needs around $2,000.00 of front end work (most likely due to having a plow on that truck which is not supposed to have a plow, according to the spring guy LOL). So since I lost a mason dump early in the snow season, and I don't need extra trucks for the summer season, I've decided to trade this one in for a new and sorely needed dump truck. The F250 has a Fisher 7.5 Minute Mount with belt drive pump. Being new to buying new trucks, should I take that plow off & try to sell it separate, or just leave it on & hope it adds some to the trade in value? If I do separate it, do I also take off the mounting hardware on the truck side, or just assume that if someone were to buy it, they'd have to get their own stuff to match their truck anyway? Thanks for any help.