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    Gold Member BrierPatch's Avatar
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    Default Re: Rear Blade for Snow Removal on B2620

    I got my 6' blade from a place called Rural King. I only paid $130 for it. I have almost a 1/4 mile gravel drive, that I have to plow with even the slightest snowfall, and have been using it for about 8 years now and it still works fine. It is a light duty blade which translates into less weight pushing down and trying to dig into your drive. It doesn't have skid shoes, but might be worth the hassel for the price difference.
    Here is the manufacturer website, might be worth a call? Wallace - Auto Parts & Services, Inc.
    Jeff

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    Default Re: Rear Blade for Snow Removal on B2620

    Here is a picture of it.
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    Jeff

    '08 B2620 364 FEL, BH65, and 60" MMM
    '86 B7200 HST, 4WD, 60" MMM w/834hrs sold 4-11-09
    IH 3616 industrial backhoe (hydrostat) currently for sale
    IH cub cadet 1450, IH cub cadet 123 (both hydros).

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    Default Re: Rear Blade for Snow Removal on B2620

    Quote Originally Posted by ericdube View Post
    No problem. The easiest way is to open multiple windows. The first window is the original topic window, and you start a reply in the second window. From there you keep opening new windows using the QUOTE button from each reply you'd like to quote. Then just cut & paste the text into the second reply window. Hopefully, that makes sense?
    Wow, that's sure doing it the hard way! There is a button just to the right of Quote button, click it on every post you want to quote, then click the Post Reply button and all of the quotes are there.
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