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    Default Added some green to my box blade.

    Added six JD suitcase weights to my box blade.
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    Default Re: Added some green to my box blade.

    That should help alot. My box blade is around 800#.
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    Default Re: Added some green to my box blade.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob77064 View Post
    Added six JD suitcase weights to my box blade.
    Thats funny your tractor looks a little blue
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    Default Re: Added some green to my box blade.

    How much increased weight was provided?
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    Default Re: Added some green to my box blade.

    I tried the same thing last year with my old bb. The only two differences being that your weights are shiny and I hung mine across the back.

    Your experience may end up differently but when the blade got full of gravel they would jump ship. I had to drive up and down my lane to find them.

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    Default Re: Added some green to my box blade.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob77064 View Post
    Added six JD suitcase weights to my box blade.
    Dang, how much did that co$t you?

    Can't you just Bolt Cinder Blocks on there or something LOL? Make Brackets, fill the Cinder Blocks with Concrete then Bolt them on for Cheaper... You can even paint it Green like the JD tractor?

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    Default Re: Added some green to my box blade.

    Quote Originally Posted by DT86 View Post

    Your experience may end up differently but when the blade got full of gravel they would jump ship.
    That was my experience too, had my forks stowed there.
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    Default Re: Added some green to my box blade.

    They are 42 lbs each, so they add 252 lbs.

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    Default Re: Added some green to my box blade.

    They were $46 each from Home Depot, free shipping.

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    Default Re: Added some green to my box blade.

    Here is a link to Home Depot Rear Suitcase Weight-BG20029 at The Home Depot

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