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    Default Re: Because the search engine sucks......Box Blade Question

    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post
    72" wide and nothing less than 800lbs. Do you have any rear remotes? If you do, you might want to consider a hydraulic top link and or a hydraulic side link. They really let you make full use of a box blade and you will need that for those future woods roads.

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    My opinion, exactly and entirely.

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    Kubota M6800


    I got a 6' Gannon and am very pleased. Weight is important. Weight is important. Weight is important. The dealer came down 20percent from his asking price. Search for a used one. kubota boxes are very similar.

    A hyd top link is useful. Tilt is less important. Two remotes work well, one for top link, one for hydraulic scarifiers.
    The Gannon also work well for popping out sapling. I back into them at ground level, raise the 3pt, and they pop out.

    This is a most useful attachment. A used Gannon would perform better than a new lighter model.

    Best regards,

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