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    Default Re: EverythingAttachments NEW Rear Scrape Blade

    Just saying, from my experience with two completely diffferent manufactures' blades, both with the same weak-link. I'm not downplaying the wisdom of the bolted connection (as my beefed-up blade is the same)nor the ability to make substantial "offset" adjustments, just that the plate is not very wide and so all the forces are concentrated in the small middle area and around the bolts. Also, maybe its just the angle of the picture was taken at, but it doesn't appear the bent-angle of the lower section of the plate matches the blade surface at the lower bolts, so if truly the case, not sure how the lower bolts can be brought tight.

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    Default Re: EverythingAttachments NEW Rear Scrape Blade

    We now have the introductory prices for our new Everything Attachments Xtreme duty scrape blades live on our website. The final pictures and video aren't complete yet but that is coming soon. We are taking orders and have shipped a few of these blades already. Check them out here and give us a call if you have any questions.
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    Default Re: EverythingAttachments NEW Rear Scrape Blade

    Here are a couple pics I snapped with my phone while the blade was in the photo booth yesterday. The final pics and video will be on our site soon.
    -scrapefinished-3-jpg-scrapefinished-2-jpg-scrapefinished-1-jpg
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    Default Re: EverythingAttachments NEW Rear Scrape Blade

    I like the fact it is American Made!

    I'd also be interested if it had hydraulic angle and offset capabilities. Do you offer anything in a 7' blade that has that? (of course I could always weld them myself too).

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    Default Re: EverythingAttachments NEW Rear Scrape Blade

    We do not currently have a hydraulic blade but that may be something i'll look into for the future.
    Here's the video we just finished up:

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    Default Re: EverythingAttachments NEW Rear Scrape Blade

    Excellent video as always Ted.

    Actually, if I wasnt such a tight-wad, and enjoy getting deals on used "old iron", I would have to buy something off of you someday

    I do think you are wrong about the 5' blade not being a good seller. (but I am not in the business so I could be wrong). The problem with most of the 5' blades on the market is just lack of weight. I have used my share of light blades. And they are about worthless unless they are just for snow or sand. Infact I usually come up with a way to add weight just to get them to be productive instead of just bouncing off the surface.

    If I had a BX or B sized tractor, that 5' would be what I want.
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    Default Re: EverythingAttachments NEW Rear Scrape Blade

    That is a very nice and sturdy looking rear blade. You have my envy level at max!

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    Default Re: EverythingAttachments NEW Rear Scrape Blade

    Thanks guys! This blade is made to use and last a lifetime. I'll put it up against any comparable weight blade on the market, period.
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    Default Re: EverythingAttachments NEW Rear Scrape Blade

    Quote Originally Posted by djradz View Post
    Also, maybe its just the angle of the picture was taken at, but it doesn't appear the bent-angle of the lower section of the plate matches the blade surface at the lower bolts, so if truly the case, not sure how the lower bolts can be brought tight.
    I was wondering the same thing when comparing the photos...

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    Default Re: EverythingAttachments NEW Rear Scrape Blade

    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments View Post
    We do not currently have a hydraulic blade but that may be something i'll look into for the future.
    Any more thoughts on hydraulic blade options?

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