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    Default County line from TSC

    Anyone have any experience with the county line box blade from TSC?

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    For a small tractor they work fairly well. I have a 5' and it does well behind my little B3200 and Ford NAA. Those are about as big of a tractor as I'd use them on though. Quality was pretty good, good paint and decent welds. It was one of the heaviest among the 'cheap' box blades (a little under 450lbs I think) which is important. For what I use it for I could probably use an even heavier one yet, something in the 600lb range, but it works good enough. I also got it pretty cheap with a combo of coupons and discounts.
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    Default Re: County line from TSC

    Quote Originally Posted by Verticaltrx View Post
    For a small tractor they work fairly well. I have a 5' and it does well behind my little B3200 and Ford NAA. Those are about as big of a tractor as I'd use them on though. Quality was pretty good, good paint and decent welds. It was one of the heaviest among the 'cheap' box blades (a little under 450lbs I think) which is important. For what I use it for I could probably use an even heavier one yet, something in the 600lb range, but it works good enough. I also got it pretty cheap with a combo of coupons and discounts.
    I don't know if it's exactly the same as the 5' Leinbach I use, which was bought at our local Tractor Supply some years ago, but it should be at least very similar, & it's strong enough to break my tractor's 3-pount hitch while not breaking or even bending itself The (kinda long) story:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/o...-over-box.html

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    Default Re: County line from TSC

    Quote Originally Posted by Verticaltrx View Post
    For a small tractor they work fairly well. I have a 5' and it does well behind my little B3200 and Ford NAA. Those are about as big of a tractor as I'd use them on though. Quality was pretty good, good paint and decent welds. It was one of the heaviest among the 'cheap' box blades (a little under 450lbs I think) which is important. For what I use it for I could probably use an even heavier one yet, something in the 600lb range, but it works good enough. I also got it pretty cheap with a combo of coupons and discounts.
    Dear Sir: How does one receive coupons from TSC? Thanks in advance for the heads up.
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    Default Re: County line from TSC

    Quote Originally Posted by creekbend View Post
    Dear Sir: How does one receive coupons from TSC? Thanks in advance for the heads up.
    I get mine in the mail. Ask to be put on their mailing list per their instructions:

    You may register online and, as part of your TSC online account information, opt-in to receive promotions and updates. Alternatively, you can call our Customer Care center at 1-877-718-6750.
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    Default Re: County line from TSC

    At my local TSC, I have asked the manager if they had a discount price or sale price available. The manager always had a 10% or more discount to offer or a suggested way to save a few bux on a big ticket item.
    3320 eHydro, 300CX Loader & 15 + great attachments

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    Default Re: County line from TSC

    I use their five foot box blade with two reversible cutting edges on a 52 hp tractor. It has held up well. I have done some damage to it but I can only blame myself for abusing it. If I wear this one out I would buy another one because of the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creekbend View Post
    Dear Sir: How does one receive coupons from TSC? Thanks in advance for the heads up.
    From what I have heard it seems to be a regional thing. Around here they send out mass mailings of sale flyers, coupons, etc various times during the year. Some places never get anything. I guess start by asking at the store if any coupons or sales are going on.

    On my box blade I negotiated 10% off the price because it had a broken scarifier tooth, then had a coupon for a little bit more off.
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    Default Re: County line from TSC

    I get coupons in my email from them also but like foggy said, most times if you talke with the manager, they will give you at least 10% off if not more. I have gotton up to 25% on some items, probably stuff they have had for a while.
    Bobcat CT230, Woods BH80-X Backhoe, Caroni 72" finish mower, County Line 60" tiller, 72" United Boxblade, 72" County Line rotary mower, Quick hitch

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    Default Re: County line from TSC

    TSC versus Fleet Farm products , looking for a 3pt carryall they both have them ,$10 differnce for price, both have same carry cap. but TSC says it weights is 97#'s and Fleet Farm says theirs is 75#'s are they both the same brand or is TSC's made stronger? And are most of both there products made by the same manufacturer?

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