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  1. #1
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    Default HYD angle-rear blade

    If anyone is interested. I got a hyd clinder off of my cement mixer and installed it on my 7' rear blade. now I can flip it any direction I need. Got about 20 hours on it and it's still holding good.
    Now I jiust can't figure out what color that matches that off breed.
    DDT

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    Default Re: HYD angle-rear blade

    Looks great and handy - You must be lazy like me. Nice work


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    Default Re: HYD angle-rear blade

    That is brilliant! I take it the notch on the far plate is so the cylinder clears at full extension.
    This is a good argument for either putting a third valve when installing T&T, or using Quick Connects on at least one of the cylinders (but which one would you want to give up [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img])
    To reverse the blade, do you unbolt the back, rotate the blade, then re-attach the cylinder?

    <font color=green>mark</font color=green>

    p.s. - Black works with everything!<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by markcg2000 on 02/03/01 10:37 AM (server time).</FONT></P>

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    Default Re: HYD angle-rear blade

    You guessed right about the notch.
    I plan on putting on a hyd top link, but when I use this blade I would not have a use for the top link, so I would use the angle clylinder and unhook the top link for tractor.
    I figurgured it would be easyer to unbolt two 7/8" x 2" bolts to flip the blade around, which I never done since I have a front blade on the tractor. this way I can back up to garage door, drop both blades (if the snow is deep enough) and pull there drive.
    DDT


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