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  1. #1

    Join Date
    Sep 2002
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    Location
    North Carolina
    Tractor
    TC35D New Holland

    Default Any feedback for KingKutter Back Blades

    Just purchased a new 7' King Kutter rear back blade for my TC35D. I was wondering how these blades hold up with usage over time. My old one broke all the welds and has been repaired too many times. It was not a KingKutter brand. This one seems a bit heavier than the first one. It also has capability of offsetting the blade to the left or right which comes in handy at times. I hope it does the job. Let me know your experiences with this product. Thanks! [img]/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

  2. #2
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    Mar 2003
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    Location
    Iowa
    Tractor
    McCormick GX45H

    Default Re: Any feedback for KingKutter Back Blades

    I have a 7 foot King Cutter also with the offset. I picked it over the non offset model not only for the offset, but, also because the way the offset is built it looks much stronger. The extra bracing adds a four foot brace along the back that the regular model didn't have. I would have bought that one even if I wasn't going to use the offset.
    I've only had it about four months so I can't prove it will last. I do wish the pin used for angling adjustment was a little tighter fit, but, that could be easily fixed. I also added skid shoes and the brace on the back gave good support to attach those to.

  3. #3

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    Sep 2002
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    Location
    North Carolina
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    TC35D New Holland

    Default Re: Any feedback for KingKutter Back Blades

    Thanks for the feedback Ben W. I was wondering if you back bladed with the blade in reverse. How does it work with that added metal on the backside of the blade? I agree, it does appear to be of a better quality than the non-offset one.

  4. #4
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    Location
    Iowa
    Tractor
    McCormick GX45H

    Default Re: Any feedback for KingKutter Back Blades

    I mostly just pulled it forward and it worked well. Seemed plenty strong enough. Ben W

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