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    New Member dave2n9n's Avatar
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    Jan 2011
    Detroit Lakes, MN
    Ford 2n

    Default Boxblade for a 2n, will it work?

    I own a road that has an easement and it seems that my backblade does not repair the potholes that arise from traffic.
    I use my Ford 2n tractor to repair the road (dirt and gravel mix).
    I am considering buying a boxblade this spring but I do not know if my tractor is strong enough to pull it?.
    Any pointers would be appreciated.
    Thanks Dave in Northern MN

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    Veteran Member jlsmith's Avatar
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    Murchison, Tx.
    MF 285 Long 560 MF2670 CX100

    Default Re: Boxblade for a 2n, will it work?

    You shouldnt have any prob pulling a box blade. I used one for years with a 6' boxblade.

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    Super Star Member bakerg's Avatar
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    Tilbury, Ontario, Canada
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    Default Re: Boxblade for a 2n, will it work?

    I have a box blade for my Massey GC2400 with turf tires and i have no problem pulling a box blade. You should not have any problems as long as you do not go with to big of one.
    Kind Regards, Gary

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