Ok, In looking at what Dodge Guidelines are for my truck and what I have been told by several different plow dealers my head is spinning. I have an 01 Quad Cab Diesel Ram 2500; I have the plow package and trailer towing kit; they only "recommend" up to a 700lb plow. Now, I do have a Gross front axle weight of 5200lbs which Western Dealers (and Western themselves)have told me that they could put just about any of their plows on; I have also spoken to Blizzard and they could put there 8foot plow that moves to 10 foot; Now, I understand that they are trying to sell plows and Dodge is trying to keep a conservative size plow on... I am also going to add some type of load support whether it's the Monroe LSE support or something from Rancho. The Western V is 880 lbs and the Blizzard is 900 so they are both about the same; Is this "WAY' too much? Is Dodge that conservative? Does anyone have this or close configuration that they would be willing to chat about. I know that I am going to be close to the edge with whatever configuration I go with and I am willing to spend a little to upgrade the suspension. Also, this will be used mostly on driveways and some small comerical; the plow will remain off unless we are plowing with the truck.