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    Default New LandPride 3584

    Got a new blade for tractor along with top n tilt. The blade has hydro angling to make job easier and now have 6 inches of new powder to go try it out . Will update after use today
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    Default Re: New Woods 3584 Blade

    3584 is that not a Land Pride blade??
    Not seen Woods using that numbering system... Post some pictures if you can. With all the hydraulic assists you have, it should be a handy Pleasure to operate. KennyV

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    Default Re: New Woods 3584 Blade

    You are correct don't know why I said that. Thanks for correcting my mistake

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    That's a great blade! Good choice, what are you gonna use it for besides snow?

    Got any pics?
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    Default Re: New Woods 3584 Blade

    That sure is a nice blade.

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    Default Re: New Woods 3584 Blade

    Piston blade primarily used to clear snow off of driveway which is almost 2000 ft long with three parking areas. There is also about 900 ft of ditch line to keep open. The angling by remote is really nice especially when windy and cold. Thanks TripleR

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    Default Re: New Woods 3584 Blade

    Temp warmed up and melted most areas before I could get to them. The metal building where the tractor lives had about 2.5 ft in front of the doors so got to use new blade for that and the angling worked wonderfully. Snowing again now maybe this time enough will be left to give this new implement a good workout

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