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  1. #41
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    Default Re: Need a new rear blade

    This one shows it offset to the left. This really works well for pushing back the snow banks.

    Corm
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  2. #42
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    Default Re: Need a new rear blade

    This last one is a close up of the frame. This is a heavy duty unit!

    Corm

  3. #43
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    Default Re: Need a new rear blade

    Oops, forgot the picture!
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    Default Re: Need a new rear blade

    That's one serious looking blade there Corm! Do you find that it moves your tractor around much as you use it? If I put that on my little JD and angled it I think I'd only spin around in a circle [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Need a new rear blade

    Nice looking blade. I would really like an offset that "offsets" that easily. I have to unbolt my blade and reattach it to offset. Needless to say it doesn't get offset. But again you get what you pay for and I didn't pay that much so I can't complain.

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    Default Re: Need a new rear blade

    Looks to me to be a Woods HBL - not a Land Pride 35 Series.

  7. #47

    Default Re: Need a new rear blade

    I second that...Expand the picture and you can plainly see "Gill" on the back of it.....it looks to be a "nice" one

    Congratulations on the new blade!

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    Default Re: Need a new rear blade

    I think he missed typed. In a previous post in this thread he mentioned <font color=blue>I decided to buy a Woods HBL84-2. This is their medium duty line. It's a 7 footer with angle, tilt, and offset capability. Weighs in at a hefty 528 lbs (about twice the weight of the one I broke).</font color=blue> It's good to get it straight so there is mix up [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img].

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    Veteran Member Rowski's Avatar
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    Default Re: Need a new rear blade

    Corm

    Nice blade. I have that one too. Used it pretty hard behind my NH2120 and haven't hurt the blade yet. I think I would hurt something on my tractor first.

    Are you able to tilt the blade with the tilt settings on the blade (not adjusting the sidelink on the 3pt)?

    Now you/we need some snow!!

  10. #50

    Default Re: Need a new rear blade

    I see that he indeed said Earlier it was a Woods....I had a Gill with my 2150 when i sold it all used it for Years and all I can say is "It was quality through and through!"

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