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    Default Re: I'm getting a new tractor, what is a good box blade set up I should get? Mahindra

    You must sell tractors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe t
    Looks good.

    I'm going to ask them to set up a couple auxilaries. Gonna make the deal I want then tell them this is necessary . Don't want to push my luck too much.
    They will if they make money and won't if they don't but why not be up front?
    Gary

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    Default Re: I'm getting a new tractor, what is a good box blade set up I should get? Mahindra

    Just my experience, best to ask after or you'll pay more than it would cost to just take it some place else. If I can't use the tractor then I won't do the deal. If it is that complicated then charge me. If it costs 30 mins and a few bucks in parts they should just throw it in.

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    Default Re: I'm getting a new tractor, what is a good box blade set up I should get? Mahindra

    Quote Originally Posted by joe t View Post
    You must sell tractors.
    Nope, do plumbing and dirt work for a living. Here's my boxblade setup.
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    Default Re: I'm getting a new tractor, what is a good box blade set up I should get? Mahindra

    Quote Originally Posted by Yupkwondo View Post
    mtviewranch, who makes the hydraulic multiplier you installed? That is the exact setup I am looking to install on my tractor. Thanks.
    Me, how many do you want?
    Brian
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    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch

    Me, how many do you want?
    Same setup you show, one into three.

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    Default Re: I'm getting a new tractor, what is a good box blade set up I should get? Mahindra

    Quote Originally Posted by Yupkwondo View Post
    Same setup you show, one into three.
    So you need 4 rear remotes? What tractor is this going on?
    Brian
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    Default Re: I'm getting a new tractor, what is a good box blade set up I should get? Mahindra

    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post
    So you need 4 rear remotes? What tractor is this going on?
    Three rear remotes total, I currently have one open to feed the multiplier; the others are hard lined into the top and tilt cylinders. Its going on a kubota L5740

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    Default Re: I'm getting a new tractor, what is a good box blade set up I should get? Mahindra

    Quote Originally Posted by Yupkwondo View Post
    Three rear remotes total, I currently have one open to feed the multiplier; the others are hard lined into the top and tilt cylinders. Its going on a kubota L5740
    So you actually have the 3 OEM remotes and you need to be able to have 5?
    Brian
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    Default Re: I'm getting a new tractor, what is a good box blade set up I should get? Mahindra

    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post
    So you actually have the 3 OEM remotes and you need to be able to have 5?
    Correct

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