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    Default BX combo rear blade and rake?

    Anyone make or have one? I would like to buy both and they seem like the same thing. I would think the same attachment would hold both. Or am I just cheap?

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    Default Re: BX combo rear blade and rake?

    donn12:

    Woods and LandPride both make grader blade rake combo's. I do not know if they make one in the BX size. Jay
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    Default Re: BX combo rear blade and rake?

    I've been thinking about making one that can be used for multiple attachments.

    Here is just a crude drawing I started that's not finished, but basically allows you to make different attachments that slide into one 3pt receiver hitch.
    BX2350 w/ 60" mmm, FEL, Hyd frt blade, 50" Farm King Snowblower, Custom F&R Forks

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    Default Re: BX combo rear blade and rake?

    I am thinking about something like a $500 landscape rake only you could remove the rake portion and use a straight blade when you needed it. Maybe an additional $150 for the straight blade? I don't know I have never seen anything like this.

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    Default Re: BX combo rear blade and rake?

    I recently picked up a used York RS series, 60" with the drop down scarifier, drop down blade, and wheels. I have not used it yet but it looks well built and versatile.

    Anyone out there have experience with an RS York rake?

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    Default Re: BX combo rear blade and rake?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zick View Post

    I have some ideas about building a mower to hang on something like this that will hang out over ditches and banks to mow along them .
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    Default Re: BX combo rear blade and rake?

    Landpride 15 series is a blade/rake combo.

    Land Pride LR15 Landscape Rakes

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    Default Re: BX combo rear blade and rake?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zick View Post
    I've been thinking about making one that can be used for multiple attachments.

    Here is just a crude drawing I started that's not finished, but basically allows you to make different attachments that slide into one 3pt receiver hitch.
    I had the same idea after I broke a weld on my rake. I was experimenting with gauge wheels and put a bit too much leverage on the joint that held the rake to the 3pt arm. I drilled out the weld & put a big bolt through the arm and rake. now, if I had a blade, I could unbolt the rake and bolt the blade on. I'm still without gauge wheels but I've got another idea brewing for that...

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    Default Re: BX combo rear blade and rake?

    I bought my rear blade from eBay Store - Betst Companies: Flail Mower, Backhoe, Wood Chipper
    He said the plans were to make a box blade and a landscape rake that replaces the blade- just unscrew the big wingnut and change. He doesn't have them yet, but I love the blade.. it offsets and has lightduty rippers on it too
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