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    Veteran Member Bigfoot62's Avatar
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    JD 5083E; JD 5085M; NH TN70A; Ford 2600

    Default Re: 5' or 6' BS for my tractor?

    HEY BUDDY, NO BS ALLOWED HERE!!!
    This is a family-friendly forum.

    Sorry, I can't help myself.




    I'll echo what the rest have already said,

    Don't buy no cheap box blade.

    I have this one: Woods (Gill-Gannon) Rollover Boxblade Mine is a Gill brand. It's old. I think that Woods owns it now.
    Not cheap, but really a good scraper. Built like a tank. Super heavy duty. I've used it behind a 100hp tractor before, and it's on my 85hp now. I've had it for about 30 years and never had to repair it or replace any parts.
    '12 JD 5083E Cab MFWD FEL
    '10 JD 5085M Cab MFWD FEL
    '07 NH TN70A MFWD FEL
    '81 Ford 2600

    JD 457 round baler; JD 265 & Kuhn GMD 600 disc mowers; Sitrex V-10 rake; Krone 5.52 Tedder; Hardee 10', Rhino 7', & Modern 5' rotary mowers; JD 13' & Ford 6' tandem discs; HayKing 10' rennovator plow (sub-soiler); etc, etc.
    My other tractor is a '95 Kenworth.

    "I've come to the point in my life where I can't remember if I've lost my horse or just found a rope."

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    Old Timer Soundguy's Avatar
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    Default Re: 5' or 6' BS for my tractor?

    ....and if buying used.. get one with scarfire teeth.. it costs too much to repalce them by the piece..

    soundguy

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    Deere 110tlb, 4520, x749, x758, L130

    Default Re: 5' or 6' BS for my tractor?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigfoot62 View Post
    HEY BUDDY, NO BS ALLOWED HERE!!!
    This is a family-friendly forum.

    Sorry, I can't help myself.




    I'll echo what the rest have already said,

    Don't buy no cheap box blade.

    I have this one: Woods (Gill-Gannon) Rollover Boxblade Mine is a Gill brand. It's old. I think that Woods owns it now.
    Not cheap, but really a good scraper. Built like a tank. Super heavy duty. I've used it behind a 100hp tractor before, and it's on my 85hp now. I've had it for about 30 years and never had to repair it or replace any parts.

    Wow, thirty years old and it survived without those braces, I wonder when it will twist up.

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