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    What is a RB0560? The landpride 1560 does not tilt. He is going to get me a price on the one that tilts RB1660 Saturday. Is woods as good as landpride?

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    Woods usually makes very good implements too

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    Quote Originally Posted by denverdave66 View Post
    What is a RB0560? The landpride 1560 does not tilt. He is going to get me a price on the one that tilts RB1660 Saturday. Is woods as good as landpride?
    The RB0560 is rated for tractors up to 25hp. It is more of a SCUT only blade. It only weighs 143 pound and has a 13.5'' high moldboard. The 1560 is rated for tractors upto 40hp but I would not use it on anything that big. It is a good blade for a SCUT or a small compact like a kubota B series or a JD 2000 series. It has a 14'' high moldboard and weighs 248 pounds. The RB1660 is pretty much the 15 series but it tilts, it weighs 283 pounds. All 3 of these LP blades have a 1/4 thick mold board. The Woods RB60 weighs 262 pounds. Their website says it has a 3/16 moldboard but mine has a 1/4." Either it is a miss print or since mine is older it is thicker. The Woods blade only have a 3 position tilt 15* left, 0* and 15* right. It looks like LP's website says the 1660 will tilt in 5 positions: 15* left, 7.5* left 0* 7.5* right and 15* right. I think the LP is braced wider where it bolt to the moldboard the the Woods RB60. The woods blade would be fine for your tractor or even a little bigger. Woods uses a better park stand, I think. The Woods rb60, LP 1560 or 1660 would all be a very nice blade for you.

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    Land pride makes some good implements. Hey Roger, have you heard anything from Creekbend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    The RB0560 is rated for tractors up to 25hp. It is more of a SCUT only blade. It only weighs 143 pound and has a 13.5'' high moldboard. The 1560 is rated for tractors upto 40hp but I would not use it on anything that big. It is a good blade for a SCUT or a small compact like a kubota B series or a JD 2000 series. It has a 14'' high moldboard and weighs 248 pounds. The RB1660 is pretty much the 15 series but it tilts, it weighs 283 pounds. All 3 of these LP blades have a 1/4 thick mold board. The Woods RB60 weighs 262 pounds. Their website says it has a 3/16 moldboard but mine has a 1/4." Either it is a miss print or since mine is older it is thicker. The Woods blade only have a 3 position tilt 15* left, 0* and 15* right. It looks like LP's website says the 1660 will tilt in 5 positions: 15* left, 7.5* left 0* 7.5* right and 15* right. I think the LP is braced wider where it bolt to the moldboard the the Woods RB60. The woods blade would be fine for your tractor or even a little bigger. Woods uses a better park stand, I think. The Woods rb60, LP 1560 or 1660 would all be a very nice blade for you.
    I wanted to reiterate that I am not sure if a blade tilt on your tractor. You should do some measuring and calculating before you spend the $$$$ for tilt. My BX lift arms are 26 1/4" to the center of the ball and 27 3/8" to the center the QH fully raised and my Woods RB60 will tilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    I wanted to reiterate that I am not sure if a blade tilt on your tractor. You should do some measuring and calculating before you spend the $$$$ for tilt. My BX lift arms are 26 1/4" to the center of the ball and 27 3/8" to the center the QH fully raised and my Woods RB60 will tilt.
    I put my draw bar on and raised my lift arms up all the way and measured the center, its 24 1/2" will a tilt blade work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by denverdave66 View Post

    I put my draw bar on and raised my lift arms up all the way and measured the center, its 24 1/2" will a tilt blade work?
    That was how I measured mine. Was that measurement to the quick hitch or lift arms. I am going to have the blade on toady I will raise it to 24.5" and see if mine will tilt.

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    Roger, I got my quick hitch on, I raised it up as high as it would go and measured from the center of the draw bar to the ground and that's 24 1/2".

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    Quote Originally Posted by denverdave66 View Post
    Roger, I got my quick hitch on, I raised it up as high as it would go and measured from the center of the draw bar to the ground and that's 24 1/2".
    Here is how the blade was sitting before I raised it. It is sitting a little low in the front but it is close to level.



    Here is the blade @ 24.5"



    A closer shot, a 2x4 just barely slide under it so there was a hair more than 1.5" of clearance



    This picture is without the blade tilted.



    You can use these pictures as a idea. It may vary some on your tractor.

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    Thanks for all your time taking the pics for me, I really appreciate you and everyone else that has been trying to help me make a decision.

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