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    Jan 2008
    Jefferson County, WV
    2003 Kubota B7800 (new to me @ 435 hours

    Default Adding weight to a rear blade, rake?

    I would like to add some weight to my landscape rake and back blade. They are both woods as listed below.

    There is the welded-on pipe used for the stand...can this be converted to hold a rod onto which standard barbell weight can be added?

    B7800 (new to me 2/6/8 @435 hours), 402 FEL, Woods GB60, RB72, LR72, PHD, Chain forks, 60 MMM

    G1900 (new to me at 1100 hours), 60 inch deck, snow blade, chains

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    Super Member George2615's Avatar
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    Feb 2005
    Central Square, NY
    LS XR3037HC

    Default Re: Adding weight to a rear blade, rake?

    A pipe or rod can be welded onto the back blade or rake frame to hold standard barbell weights. Or you could make a weight box and attach it to the rake / blade to put weights into.

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    Super Member JB4310's Avatar
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    Feb 2005
    Central CT
    J.D. 4310 E-hydro

    Default Re: Adding weight to a rear blade, rake?

    Found these steel weights at the dump, looks like they came from one of those semi pro exercise machines, they must weigh close to 80 lbs each, made a steel mounting plate to hold them and can be all removed, nothing welded to the frame. Really makes the blade scrape down good, havn't found any ice that it wont tear up!
    Originaly I wanted the weight to help when back blading over my gravel areas, helps keep the plow from riding up on top of the snow.
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    JD 320; Hydra lift, 48" deck and 48" snow blade.
    2007 Dodge Ram 3500, Cummins 6.7L, Aisin 6 speed, 9ft utility body.

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