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    Fixing to purchase new CUT. LS or Kioti, not sure. Can anyone tell me the best width for the following models as I'm not sure the tru rear tire width. Thanks.

    LS R4041 or Kioti DK45SE or DK40SE.

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    Look on tractor data .com for the specs on your tractor. Typically go tractor width if you doing digging and heavy earth work. If you just grading and doing driveway repair, you can go a little wider. Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rvrrat14 View Post
    Fixing to purchase new CUT. LS or Kioti, not sure. Can anyone tell me the best width for the following models as I'm not sure the tru rear tire width. Thanks.

    LS R4041 or Kioti DK45SE or DK40SE.
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    A 6' wide box blade would work great with any of the models you have listed. Go for the heaviest one in your price range.
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    What they said and here is a recent thread which might help in deciding on which one you might want to get; lots of threads on box scrapers.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/a...-my-money.html

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    72"-78" wide, and as heavy as you can afford. A 1000lb unit would work real good with those tractors. Don't forget to get the Kioti with 2 rear remotes. Might want to check on the 3rd remote for the LS. The LS R4041 and the Kioti DK40 are about the best bang for the buck tractors out there right now. You will be happy with either one.
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    I have R-1 tires on my Kioti DK45SE. Set at their widest position, they are just a hair over 72 inches, IIRC. Like 72 3/4, maybe? All my implements (rotary cutter, tiller, rollover box blade, loader bucket) are 72", which is the maximum Kioti recommends on this tractor for most implements.

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    Thanks guys!

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