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    Default b7510 Folding ROPS or Ridgid ROPS/5\' or 6\' RB...?

    First,Thanks to everyone for their information and input...This is a great site!!!! Next question do I get Folding or Rigid ROPS. And is a 6' RB a little too much blade.Some say 5' RB is better for this size tractor???

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    Veteran Member JDGREEN4ME's Avatar
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    Default Re: b7510 Folding ROPS or Ridgid ROPS/5\' or 6\' RB...?

    Folding ROPS are great, especially if you need to put it in areas with lower clearance. If that isn't an issue for you I guess it wouldn't matter. My CUT is 24HP and around 50" wide, I have a 5' rear blade and for most applications I sure wish it was 6'.

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    Default Re: b7510 Folding ROPS or Ridgid ROPS/5\' or 6\' RB...?

    Get the folding ROPS, period. Even if you don't need it for storing your tractor now, down the road it might become necessary. As for the RB, the 5 foot size is about right for your hp if you are using it on dirt. If you will use it mostly on snow, go for the 6 foot.

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