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    Elite Member Piston's Avatar
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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post
    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.
    Now I see what you mean.
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    Rear Remotes Install

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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    On my blade the instruction manual lists mounting points for a manual diverter, could get away with less remotes that way

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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    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.
    With three rear remotes and top and tilt, and a RB with hydraulic offset and angle: how about using one of the 3 rear remotes for the angle and some hoses from the front 3rd function connectors for the offset?

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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    Quote Originally Posted by BGigHarbor View Post
    With three rear remotes and top and tilt, and a RB with hydraulic offset and angle: how about using one of the 3 rear remotes for the angle and some hoses from the front 3rd function connectors for the offset?
    That would work. Rear diverter system is nicer-easier, but the front 3rd function will get the job done, that's for sure.
    Brian
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    Default Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    For you guys looking at maybe picking out a Bison rear blade I can say it's a strong sucker, I been moving a bunch of dirt with it and working it pretty hard.

    My only gripe so far is the pin for blade tilt is a bugger to pull in and out, so I need to set the blade on a chunk of wood to take the weight off the removable pin and onto the bigger pivot pin...if that makes any sense.
    Once I put hydraulic on it won't be an issue at all though. I plan to do that soon.

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