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    Default Finally after more than two years

    I picked up a TSC back blade. Been looking on Craigslist, newspapers, backyards, yard sales, but couldn't find anything worth buying. Most were 6 or seven foot blades. I needed a 5' and they are rare around here. On the fourth picture, if you look real close, you can see that the blade was welded on crooked. Just over 1/4 inch out.

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    Don

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    Default Re: Finally after more than two years

    Congrats on your blade. It does not look like it was used much. 5' blades are hard to find around here too. I try to be patient when I am looking for a used implement but IDK if I could hold out 2 years.

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    Default Re: Finally after more than two years

    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    Congrats on your blade. It does not look like it was used much. 5' blades are hard to find around here too. I try to be patient when I am looking for a used implement but IDK if I could hold out 2 years.
    I just pm'ed you, lol. That blade is new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don87 View Post
    I just pm'ed you, lol. That blade is new.
    Sorry I read wrong

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    Default Re: Finally after more than two years

    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    Sorry I read wrong
    No problem. Can you see where it's welded crooked?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don87 View Post
    No problem. Can you see where it's welded crooked?
    Just looking at a picture I can't really tell. Is the right side lower?

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    Default Re: Finally after more than two years

    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    Just looking at a picture I can't really tell. Is the right side lower?
    Yes sir it is, by just over 1/4 inch. I used their tape measure to check everything before I purchased it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don87 View Post
    Yes sir it is, by just over 1/4 inch. I used their tape measure to check everything before I purchased it.
    I doubt I would have noticed it in the pictures unless you pointed it out. I could tell it was off by the how the brace was running in relationship to the brake in the moldboard.

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    Default Re: Finally after more than two years

    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    I doubt I would have noticed it in the pictures unless you pointed it out. I could tell it was off by the how the brace was running in relationship to the brake in the moldboard.
    That's what caught my eye at TSC, so I started measuring.
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    Default Re: Finally after more than two years

    Yes 5' is hard to find used. Nice looking blade .

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