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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis_R
    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.
    Bump...want to hear details and pics
    RJJR
    2011 Kioti DK45 HST
    FEL & Wildkat Grapple

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis_R View Post
    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.
    Good luck with it, we know you will be wearing a big ole grin the first time you fill up the box with a load of dirt!!! I really like the reinforced lip at the bottom of the leading edge of the side panels. That's always the first place where a BB starts to wear at. That extra thickness should help a lot.
    Nothing could be finer than riding my JD790 in South Carolina!!

    2001 John Deere 790 4x4 with Model 70 FEL, 5ft International World Agritech bush hog, 5ft Wallberg BB, 5ft Frontier disc harrow, 5ft King Kutter II Rototiller, 5ft Cultipacker, 5ft Sitrex finish mower, Leinbach PHD with 9" & 12" augers, Leinbach middlebuster, Leinbach #11 Field Cultivator, boom pole, custom 3pt handi-hitch, clamp on bucket forks, Pat's Easy Change.

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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Haven't got to use the grader box yet. Just un-hooked it from the tractor. Bush hogging food plots and stuff on the hunting lease this morning.

    I absolutely love how the box is designed and how perfect the fit and finish is. It looks to be flawless. Even the welds are excellent. After looking at the video of it over and over, there still really isn't no comparison until you see it in person. That's when u can really appreciate how it's built. No comparison to the current King Kutter i own. Whole nother class of box blades. I had a Bush Hog 6' SBX720 (not a 60 or 65 like i thought) box blade years ago and although it's not as heavy in weight as the BH was, it is definately better built. This is for sure a lifetime box blade no question about it.
    I haven't got to use it yet but i have no problem recommending this box to anybody. If i ever needed another box, the Everything Attachments is the choice i'll go with.

    If i have any complaints, there is only 1... The brace that runs from the 3pt. hitch hook up to the back of the box is all scratched up in a few spots and you can see bare metal. The ETA sticker is peeled and messed up too. No big deal because it's not gonna sit in a showroom. But, still it is something new...

    I have pics i will post when i get time.

    Travis R
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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    -etabox3-jpg-etabox1-jpg-etabox2-jpgOk let's see if i can post a few pictures...
    '98 Massey Ferguson 231

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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Looks, pretty nice. Congratulations. I hate to see its skint up alrady even if it is a piece of equipment. I'm leaning toward this model if Ted will tell me something about what to expect if I hit a root pulling it with a 45 HP tractor. What size is that Ferguson?
    RJJR
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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    Quote Originally Posted by RJJR View Post
    Looks, pretty nice. Congratulations. I hate to see its skint up alrady even if it is a piece of equipment. I'm leaning toward this model if Ted will tell me something about what to expect if I hit a root pulling it with a 45 HP tractor. What size is that Ferguson?
    Hopefully, maybe Ted will send me some "Everything Attachments Yellow" and a new ETA sticker to put on my new box blade. But if not, it's really no big deal.

    My tractor is a 1998 Massey Ferguson 231. The 231 was in production for 10 years, from 1989-1999. It was made in Poland by a company called "URSUS". It has a 3 cylinder Perkins diesel with 38 engine hp, and 34 pto hp. It's 2 wheel drive and weighs 4,065 lbs. I love this tractor with a passion.
    '98 Massey Ferguson 231

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    Default Re: Ordered New Box Blade Today!

    I know this is old but I was going through my old posts and wanted to 'update' this thread since I've had the box blade right at a year and a half now.
    I have owned it long enough to know that I made the right choice by purchasing it from Everything Attachments. I have zero regrets and would recommend this company and product to anybody. Also, this grader box is perfect for the Massey Ferguson 231 tractor. I wouldn't go any smaller or any bigger than the 6' model if purchasing from ETA.

    When the grader box arrived, I posted that the "Everything Attachments" sticker was all scratched up. It wasn't a big deal at all but what I forgot to post back is that it wasn't just a few days later I had a brand new decal in the mailbox. That meant a lot. (Thanks!)

    This was my 1st purchase from ETA, and although I'm not in the market for any attachments at the moment, this will not be my last purchase from them.

    Travis R
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