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  1. #1
    Bronze Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2002
    Lakeland, Fl
    MF 1428

    Default Box Blade Size

    My box blade that came with my tractor is about 1' shorter than the with of my wheels (6" each side). From reading the posts, I should have one that covers the tire tracks.

    All I want to use it for is smoothing out a horse training area and my and my churches driveways.

    What is the downside to a slightly too short box blade? Should I upgrade or am I okay with what I have?


  2. #2
    Veteran Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2001
    Monkton, Vermont
    NH TC33D Modified with belly pan, limb risers & FOPS for work in the woods

    Default Re: Box Blade Size

    Two downsides are that a shorter boxblade takes longer to do the job, and that you leave tire tracks behind.

    If you are trying to put a crown in a gravel road, I would guess that the blade not hanging out past your tires could be a bit of a problem... especially at the edge of the road, if there is a ditch there.

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