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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
    To me, the "Dirt Dog" looks identical to the Bush Hog box blades but with a different sticker. Go to the bush hog website and compare, just as i did.
    I had a Bush Hog box blade some years back. It was either a SBX 60 or a SBX 65. I cant remember. I bought it from a local dealer. It was very well built and heavy duty but i hated it! The only thing i dis-liked about it is the teeth (scarifiers) didn't go near as low as i would liked, so i sold it. Another person here on TBN complained about the same thing too with their Bush Hog SBX box blade. I posted about it on here, but it was years ago.
    Other than the scarifier problem, the box was really well made. And since i've owned both, i can say that there is no comparison between the Bush Hog box blade and King Kutter box blade. The Bush Hog was much heavier and better built.
    '98 Massey Ferguson 231

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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Thanks, that't the kind of information I'm looking for since I can't test drive one. Please update this thread or start a new one when you get your EA blade. I'm looking one heavy duty enough to pull behind a Kioti DK45 and tear up new ground from time to time without bending it all to piecies if I hit a root. Other wise it will be used for typical driveway work.
    Amazing how hard to find a used 6 footer around here. Thanks
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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Quote Originally Posted by RJJR View Post
    Thanks, that't the kind of information I'm looking for since I can't test drive one. Please update this thread or start a new one when you get your EA blade. I'm looking one heavy duty enough to pull behind a Kioti DK45 and tear up new ground from time to time without bending it all to piecies if I hit a root. Other wise it will be used for typical driveway work.
    Amazing how hard to find a used 6 footer around here. Thanks
    RJJR
    I know what u mean! Couldnt find a used 5.5' or 6' around here either. I found a couple "cheap made" ones but they were 4' and 5'.
    '98 Massey Ferguson 231

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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Quote Originally Posted by RJJR View Post
    Thanks, that't the kind of information I'm looking for since I can't test drive one. Please update this thread or start a new one when you get your EA blade. I'm looking one heavy duty enough to pull behind a Kioti DK45 and tear up new ground from time to time without bending it all to piecies if I hit a root. Other wise it will be used for typical driveway work.
    Amazing how hard to find a used 6 footer around here. Thanks
    RJJR
    I use their 78" Xtreme HD unit (680#) behind a DK50. Works really well.

    BTW...I'm starting to get all their naming confused...what is going on on their website? Looks like they keep changing the names of their lines....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjwerth

    I use their 78" Xtreme HD unit (680#) behind a DK50. Works really well.

    BTW...I'm starting to get all their naming confused...what is going on on their website? Looks like they keep changing the names of their lines....
    I agree. A little hard to follow but I think your unit is the bigger Xtreme HD than the one we are discussing. This one is Xtreme but no HD and only 475 lbs and $840. Yours sounds like the one for $1140 at 680 lbs. That's why I look at side plate thickness and weight as two primary factors even though I'm being told theres more to it than those specs.
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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Quote Originally Posted by rjwerth View Post
    I use their 78" Xtreme HD unit (680#) behind a DK50. Works really well.

    BTW...I'm starting to get all their naming confused...what is going on on their website? Looks like they keep changing the names of their lines....
    rjwerth, I agree that the names that differentiate our ETA box blades is confusing so I added that the heaviest ones are for tractors with 50-100hp. There is a page for the Cat 1 and another page for the Cat 2. Eventually, we will have a separate page for each one of those blades with pics. We are finishing up some exciting new attachments and getting ready for the Ag Expo in Moultre, GA next month so sometimes the final presentation on our website gets neglected.

    As always, the feedback from you guys is appreciated before and after the sale!!
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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments View Post
    rjwerth, I agree that the names that differentiate our ETA box blades is confusing so I added that the heaviest ones are for tractors with 50-100hp. There is a page for the Cat 1 and another page for the Cat 2. Eventually, we will have a separate page for each one of those blades with pics. We are finishing up some exciting new attachments and getting ready for the Ag Expo in Moultre, GA next month so sometimes the final presentation on our website gets neglected.

    As always, the feedback from you guys is appreciated before and after the sale!!
    Ted,

    What box blade would you recommend for a kubota M6040? I'm thinking I want 7' width, as heavy as possible.

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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Quote Originally Posted by B Hoofed View Post
    Ted,

    What box blade would you recommend for a Kubota M6040? I'm thinking I want 7' width, as heavy as possible.
    The Cat II Severe Xtreme duty boxblade for tractors with 50-100hp would be a great fit. It is built to take a beating!! You'd be just fine with the one for 30-70hp but get the big daddy if you want max. durability.
    Here's the video!
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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Travis_R View Post
    To me, the "Dirt Dog" looks identical to the Bush Hog box blades but with a different sticker. Go to the bush hog website and compare, just as i did.
    I had a Bush Hog box blade some years back. It was either a SBX 60 or a SBX 65. I cant remember. I bought it from a local dealer. It was very well built and heavy duty but i hated it! The only thing i dis-liked about it is the teeth (scarifiers) didn't go near as low as i would liked, so i sold it. Another person here on TBN complained about the same thing too with their Bush Hog SBX box blade. I posted about it on here, but it was years ago.
    Other than the scarifier problem, the box was really well made. And since i've owned both, i can say that there is no comparison between the Bush Hog box blade and King Kutter box blade. The Bush Hog was much heavier and better built.
    I could be wrong, but from what I understand, Dirt Dog Manufacturers Bush Hog box blades. I have the Bush Hog MBX720 and can attest to its toughness. I've used mine commercially for many years. The scarifiers are a bit suspect, but the structure itself is sound. I have to say though that I really like the looks of Everything Attachment's Xtreme HD b. Now, if Ted made a heavier duty landplane grading blade...we'd be talking!
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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Ok i got the box a couple hours ago! I was on the interstate and the truck driver called and said he'd be dropping it off in about 10 minutes. Well i was stuck in traffic on the interstate so i cut across the median in my Ford 4x4! I was about 5 minutes from the truck driver so i went and met him when he dropped it off.

    I didn't get to look at it much because i was in a hurry. From what i seen though I LOVED the design of it. I'll be going back with my tractor to pick it up shortly.
    '98 Massey Ferguson 231

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