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    I see multiple options for HD rear blades. Hydraulic angle, offset & tilt cylinders; cushsion valves; side/end plates; skid shoes; rear tail wheel. Any "must have"? Any not worth getting?

    I am thinking Hydraulic angle and offset cylinders and skid shoes.
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    Default Re: Options to get with HD rear blade

    what size tractor?

    Most of those options you mention only show up on something like this



    but you need a 65-80HP tractor to make use of it.
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    Default Re: Options to get with HD rear blade

    Quote Originally Posted by schmism View Post
    what size tractor?

    Most of those options you mention only show up on something like this



    but you need a 65-80HP tractor to make use of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebrafive View Post
    Number two in my signature. JD 6415 mfwd 85HP
    perfect, get the above
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    Default Re: Options to get with HD rear blade

    [quote=Zebrafive;2800068]I see multiple options for HD rear blades. Hydraulic angle, offset & tilt cylinders; cushsion valves; side/end plates; skid shoes; rear tail wheel. Any "must have"? Any not worth getting?

    I am thinking Hydraulic angle and offset cylinders and skid shoes.[/quote]

    This is what I have on my Land Pride RBT45108.

    I have Top and Tilt, so not as much of a need to get the hydraulic tilt on the blade. I have always had enough tilt with just the 3pt tilt cylinder. I do not have any need for the other options, but that is me with my own set of circumstances.

    What model are you considering and how wide?
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    Default Re: Options to get with HD rear blade

    [quote=MtnViewRanch;2802273]
    Quote Originally Posted by Zebrafive View Post
    I see multiple options for HD rear blades. Hydraulic angle, offset & tilt cylinders; cushsion valves; side/end plates; skid shoes; rear tail wheel. Any "must have"? Any not worth getting?

    I am thinking Hydraulic angle and offset cylinders and skid shoes.[/quote]

    This is what I have on my Land Pride RBT45108.

    I have Top and Tilt, so not as much of a need to get the hydraulic tilt on the blade. I have always had enough tilt with just the 3pt tilt cylinder. I do not have any need for the other options, but that is me with my own set of circumstances.

    What model are you considering and how wide?
    I liked the Bush hog, Landpride, Rhino and Woods. All rated for my 85hp or better. My target width was 8' but I found a 9' Bush Hog 121-09 used for a good price.

    How much tilt can you get each way w/tilt lift link? The 121=09 only has an angle cylinder, but offset and tilt can be added.
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    Default Re: Options to get with HD rear blade

    [quote=Zebrafive;2803340]
    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post

    I liked the Bush hog, Landpride, Rhino and Woods. All rated for my 85hp or better. My target width was 8' but I found a 9' Bush Hog 121-09 used for a good price.

    How much tilt can you get each way w/tilt lift link? The 121=09 only has an angle cylinder, but offset and tilt can be added.
    Depends on your 3pt geometry, but some where between 10 & 15 degrees. Doesn't sound like much, but it is usually more than your tractor can pull in one cut anyway. Get that Bush hog if you can, that is a VERY good blade and the offset hydraulic is easily added.
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    End plates are a must in my book as they give you additional spoils management options.
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    [QUOTE=Zebrafive;2803340]
    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post

    ... I found a 9' Bush Hog 121-09 used for a good price.
    I know this is a semi old thread, but did you end up buying the 121-09?
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    [QUOTE=Piston;3130251]
    Quote Originally Posted by Zebrafive View Post

    I know this is a semi old thread, but did you end up buying the 121-09?

    Piston, it was not me that had found the used blade, but Zebrafive. I had only quoted him and that is why it looks like I had posted what you have now quoted.

    I have a Land Pride RBT45108 for my 7520 and am hoping to get an RBT3584 later this year for my 3215.
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