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    Gold Member Barnboy's Avatar
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    Default Used LandPride Box Blade

    My wife found this barely used LP box blade for $400. I have been looking for a while. It seems to be a good match for the B3030. I was pricing the LP 25 series for $840. At $400 this will do nicely. I guess this blade new may have been around $600. So how did i do? Did I get a good deal?
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    Default Re: Used LandPride Box Blade

    Barnboy:

    I have been researching and searching for BB's for two years. The LandPride BB15 Series 60" lists for $828.00 brand new, and the BB25 Series 60" lists for $888.00 brand new in my area. A KK or its equivalent from TSC would list for $420.00 brand new. I think that you got a good deal. Jay

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    Gold Member Barnboy's Avatar
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    Default Re: Used LandPride Box Blade

    Wow! I would have thought there would have been a bigger gap in price betwen 15 and 25 series. I have looked at the cheaper blades and gave it some thought but the price was right. I have other LP attachments and with the quick hitch i wanted to stay with a brand that was quick hitch compatable.

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    Default Re: Used LandPride Box Blade

    I think you did good!
    Kubota BX23, BT600 BH, LA210 FEL, Maschio L125 tiller, Gearmore BB 20-48 BB, King Cutter 6' rear blade, Homemade PHD, Brinly BST-50 broadcaster, ? 6' cultipacker, log & chain drag.

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    Gold Member Barnboy's Avatar
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    Default Re: Used LandPride Box Blade

    I made a dolly for the new box blade i would like to share. Space is a premium in my barn so i always try to make a dolly for those heavy items. I paid $70 for 20' of 2x2x3/16 square tube and wheels was $40. I have 10' of tube left for another project.Those darn wheels are pricey but i did get the USA made wheels.
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    Default Re: Used LandPride Box Blade

    Thats a great idea with the wheels and all. Metal prices have gone
    up a lot. It looks like the BB did a nice job grading your drive.
    Rick

    B7800/Fel , Woods GT60 tiller, RB72 back blade, GB60 Box blade and 18" car hauler

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    Default Re: Used LandPride Box Blade

    Thats a great score, I was just looking at that same bog blade for $850. I wound up with a 66 inch sundown for $750. Lucky dog you
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    Default Re: Used LandPride Box Blade

    I have just purchased a new BB2572 for $745 from the Case/Mahindra dealer here where I live. Maybe I got it a little cheaper since I don't live far from the manufacturing site? OR they overcharged me on the other LP items I bought!

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