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    Sweet subframe!

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    New Member wills670's Avatar
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    Default Re: Snow blade for b2620

    I finally got around to working on the blade setup a little more. I need to finish up some loose ends and get it cleaned and ready to paint then I have to get the hose's made up. I think this will serve any need I have and best of all I will not have a lot in it and still am able to keep the frame work in place with either the fel or belly mower on.

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    Default Re: Snow blade for b2620

    Nice fab work!
    Tom
    2012 JD 2320, HOMEMADE CANOPY, 54" FRONT BLADE, 54" MID DECK MOWER, HYDRAULIC ANGLE 60" REAR BLADE, QUICK HITCH, STAINLESS FRONT MOUNT SPRAY TANK W/BOOM, 200CX LOADER W/ 61" BUCKET, HOMEMADE BALLAST BOX,HOMEMADE BUCKET GRAPPLE
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    Default Re: Snow blade for b2620

    It is getting closer to being done. I just need to repair the grill guard where I had to cut it because I added thickness to the frame rails. I am going to weld a piece in it and then weld angle iron on the bottom of the bars and add one piece down lower and bend it the same contour of the outer braces and then I am going to get some expanded metal and attach it with bolts to the angle. And I also need to paint the hose ends so I can just get black caps for the quick connects and match the colors.

    It seems to work great and the hyds. are very smooth and not jerky so I think it will serve my needs well. I ended up with about 800.00 to 1000.00 in it not counting the plasma cutter I bought. I also ended up doing what I set out to do and thats make it a quick connect setup where I can still use the mmm and fel without removeing the hitch. And yes it was a kubota blade and I did cut it down to 5' 2" the reason for the 2 inches was to maintain the end bolts on the cutting edge.

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    Default Re: Snow blade for b2620

    I got the grill put back together a couple of months ago and tried out the blade on my driveway and it did great. We have not had any snow here yet so I don't have any pics. of it pushing snow but that does not bother me either I hate snow. I added angle to the grill and then added the expanded metal flush to the outside edge to slightly inset and made it where the expanded metal is held on with bolts so if I have to replace it or repaint I can just take the bolts out and do the repair.

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