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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    Bison sells a "kit" for each function up to three on the rear blade, the kits are $250 each. I can beat that pretty easy sourcing cylinders/hoses and fittings locally. Some of the stuff I already have laying around though.

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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    I just got the bison blade all put together and plowed out the driveway, this sucker sure plows! I don't think the tractor can hurt it either.
    I put it all together by myself with no overhead lift, but two people would be better!


    I got the XHD model, no hydraulics as yet so I need to get off and move the pin - but I've been doing that for years and years with the old blade.

    pretty sure this takes all 3" bore x 8" stroke cylinders, 3 of them total.

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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    I bought a Land Pride RB3784 rear blade with the hydraulic angle kit ($275) this fall and i really like it for plowing snow. I haven't plowed any dirt with it yet but I'm sure it will be good. It is a 7' and if you want to reverse the blade u have to pop the cylinder off and lift it over to the other side, (not a big deal) I haven't had the need to do it yet. It is a nice heavy blade (630#)

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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    Quote Originally Posted by qed-cat225 View Post
    Anyone out there make a rear blade with only hydraulic angle adjustment? I do not need the tilt option etc... checked out Everything Attachments and to my surprise they did not
    I have a Frontier 72in one with hydraulic angle.

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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    Quote Originally Posted by atulin View Post
    I have a Frontier 72in one with hydraulic angle.

    Land Pride has them. There are others also, just need to look.
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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    Quote Originally Posted by qed-cat225 View Post
    Anyone out there make a rear blade with only hydraulic angle adjustment? I do not need the tilt option etc... checked out Everything Attachments and to my surprise they did not
    I wish ET would make a rear blade with hydraulic angle, too. They say someday, but I don't see it happening for some time.

    I will be buying something in the spring, but since I won't be using it very much after the first season I haven't pulled the trigger on a Landpride or something with the hydr angle.

    Probably will in the end, though.

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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    I probably don't need to mention it, since it's already been mentioned, but I will anyways

    The Landpride rear blade is available with hydraulic angle. I believe the new model is the RB25xx or RB35xx (xx being the length in inches)

    Speaking of rear blade hydraulics... I have a whole bunch of goodies waiting for me at home from MtnviewRanch to convert my manual offset to hydraulic offset. Can't wait to try it out
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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    Quote Originally Posted by Piston View Post
    I probably don't need to mention it, since it's already been mentioned, but I will anyways

    The Landpride rear blade is available with hydraulic angle. I believe the new model is the RB25xx or RB35xx (xx being the length in inches)

    Speaking of rear blade hydraulics... I have a whole bunch of goodies waiting for me at home from MtnviewRanch to convert my manual offset to hydraulic offset. Can't wait to try it out
    Have you decided how you are going to operate ALL those cylinders? Dumb question, you have 4 sets of rear remotes.

    LP's economical RB that you can get hydraulic angle on is the 37 series. Bad design though, you have to move the cylinder from side-side whenever you reverse the blade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post
    Have you decided how you are going to operate ALL those cylinders? Dumb question, you have 4 sets of rear remotes. LP's economical RB that you can get hydraulic angle on is the 37 series. Bad design though, you have to move the cylinder from side-side whenever you reverse the blade.
    Is that just a 37 series thing? I'm pretty sure on my 40 series it has a mounting hole for the cylinder on both sides, so you can disconnect the rod end, turn the blade, and reconnect using the other hole.
    I thought the only difference between the two was the added strength/weight in the frame? Although, I've never seen a 37 series in person.
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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    Quote Originally Posted by Piston View Post
    Is that just a 37 series thing? I'm pretty sure on my 40 series it has a mounting hole for the cylinder on both sides, so you can disconnect the rod end, turn the blade, and reconnect using the other hole.
    I thought the only difference between the two was the added strength/weight in the frame? Although, I've never seen a 37 series in person.
    Look at post #23. You will see what I mean and he even mentioned it. Yes I believe that it is a 37 series thing only.
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