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    Quote Originally Posted by RJJR View Post
    Please don't take this the wrong way. I'm just trying to learn. That unit looks like it weighs less than the KK and only has 1/4 inch side plates. What details make this a stronger and better unit than the KK with 3/8 sides at 550 pounds?
    Thaks for your help.
    RJ
    Thanks for the business Travis! You just acquired a lifetime box blade.
    We've sold King Kutter for several years and they make an outstanding product. Something to take note of is that all of King Kutter's published weights are SHIPPING weights so it is hard to make a true comparison on paper.
    Also, weight has a lot to do with an attachments but I believe as much or more focus should be on quality and design.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments
    Thanks for the business Travis! You just acquired a lifetime box blade.
    We've sold King Kutter for several years and they make an outstanding product. Something to take note of is that all of King Kutter's published weights are SHIPPING weights so it is hard to make a true comparison on paper.
    Also, weight has a lot to do with an attachments but I believe as much or more focus should be on quality and design.
    Ok, I'll bite. Like I said...trying to learn because I'm in the market, why wouldn't I want one with 3/8 sides and a few more lbs. What makes your design stronger with less steal. Good point on shipping weights. Thanks
    RJJR
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    Quote Originally Posted by RDrancher

    Ah...I was basing my reply on your original post.

    My apologies to RJJR.
    No problem at all. Thanks
    RJJR
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    Quote Originally Posted by McGeesEquip
    The ETA heavy duty box blade is really a nice looking design. I like the way the shanks are done. Nice Job. They should follow it up with a hinged back unit. King Kutter has changed the design of there standard duty box blades and done away with the bolt on hitches. Their standard boxes now have a full welded hitch on them. I have some on the lot that I been meaning to get some new pictures of them but been vary busy. Their standard boxes have the full welded hitch with the clevis style hitch, and the good thing is the unit prices currently did not change.
    I see you sell the Dirt Dog also. How do they rank against KK or some of the other brands?
    Thanks
    RJJR
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    Quote Originally Posted by RJJR View Post
    Ok, I'll bite. Like I said...trying to learn because I'm in the market, why wouldn't I want one with 3/8 sides and a few more lbs. What makes your design stronger with less steal. Good point on shipping weights. Thanks
    Just to clarify, this is the box blade purchased by the OP.

    At first glance, many people may not notice any differences BUT
    There are several design qualities that makes our box blade a step above. A few are:
    1/2" thick steel on heavy wear areas for added durability and a longer life expectancy.
    The shank attachments consist of 3/8" steel upright pieces on either side of the shanks for a tighter fit and less room for movement.
    Laser cut shank holes in the tube fit the contour of the shank stem for less slop to cause wear/tear over time.
    Our cutting machine gives the boxblade a much cleaner look with rounded, clean edges instead of sharp, pointed cuts.
    The machine also punches indexing holes that assures perfect, uniform assembly with no room for error.
    Both toplink holes on our hitch are open vs. having a bolt/bushing in one of them. This gives you the ability to use either one depending on your application.

    Here's a more in-depth look:
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    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments
    Just to clarify, this is the box blade purchased by the OP.

    At first glance, many people may not notice any differences BUT
    There are several design qualities that makes our box blade a step above. A few are:
    1/2" thick steel on heavy wear areas for added durability and a longer life expectancy.
    The shank attachments consist of 3/8" steel upright pieces on either side of the shanks for a tighter fit and less room for movement.
    Laser cut shank holes in the tube fit the contour of the shank stem for less slop to cause wear/tear over time.
    Our cutting machine gives the boxblade a much cleaner look with rounded, clean edges instead of sharp, pointed cuts.
    The machine also punches indexing holes that assures perfect, uniform assembly with no room for error.
    Both toplink holes on our hitch are open vs. having a bolt/bushing in one of them. This gives you the ability to use either one depending on your application.

    Here's a more in-depth look:
    Video Link: http://youtu.be/eIeTi08ZYWQ
    Thanks...sending pm
    RJJR
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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Quote Originally Posted by RJJR View Post
    I see you sell the Dirt Dog also. How do they rank against KK or some of the other brands?
    Thanks
    For $300.00 more per unit I will included a 5 Min. video of the product and 500 mile business shipping included.
    6 Ft. United Heavy Duty Deluxe Box Blade

    For $330.00 more I will include a 5 Min video of the product and 500 mile business shipping included.
    7 Ft. United Heavy Duty Deluxe Box Blade

    For $330.00 more per unit I will include a 5 Min video of the product and 500 mile business shipping included.
    8Ft. United Heavy Duty Deluxe Box Blade

    If you purchurse 2 units with the optional videos I will make the video a 10 Min video that would include me eating steak at a red carpet dinner and a picture of the kids new toys.

    Please note: You may scractch the unit changing the height of the shanks.

    If I can help please feel free to call me.
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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments View Post
    Thanks for the business Travis! You just acquired a lifetime box blade.
    We've sold King Kutter for several years and they make an outstanding product. Something to take note of is that all of King Kutter's published weights are SHIPPING weights so it is hard to make a true comparison on paper.
    Also, weight has a lot to do with an attachments but I believe as much or more focus should be on
    quality and design.
    You're welcome! If i like the box blade, i'll be buying other attachments later on. I haven't sold my KK box blade yet so im gonna make a comparison between the 2 and take some pictures. The new one will be here tomorrow. Im actually surprised in what little time it's taken to get here.
    '98 Massey Ferguson 231

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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Quote Originally Posted by McGeesEquip View Post
    For $300.00 more per unit I will included a 5 Min. video of the product and 500 mile business shipping included.
    6 Ft. United Heavy Duty Deluxe Box Blade

    For $330.00 more I will include a 5 Min video of the product and 500 mile business shipping included.
    7 Ft. United Heavy Duty Deluxe Box Blade

    For $330.00 more per unit I will include a 5 Min video of the product and 500 mile business shipping included.
    8Ft. United Heavy Duty Deluxe Box Blade

    If you purchurse 2 units with the optional videos I will make the video a 10 Min video that would include me eating steak at a red carpet dinner and a picture of the kids new toys.

    Please note: You may scractch the unit changing the height of the shanks.

    If I can help please feel free to call me.
    Thanks
    Any way I look at this post...its just weird.
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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    I think he means $300 over the list price on the website to ship to me but not sure myself....Especially since I was looking and asking about the Dirt Dog series.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RDrancher View Post
    Any way I look at this post...its just weird.
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