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    Bronze Member Gasifier's Avatar
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    Default Re: Tractor gets a fancy new V blade

    Nice blade for that tractor. Good thing it was not too much deeper. Nice to have the cab.

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    Default Re: Tractor gets a fancy new V blade

    Actually I did run some deeper stuff.The sidewalk out next to the street is all new with those nice slopes at every entrance instead of curbs.It had extra snow from the street plow-about 16" high-and it went right through it,and stayed straight.No way with the old 4ft straight plow.The best feature of the V is pushing ahead with no trails on either side.Makes cleaning driveway pads much quicker.

  3. #13
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    Kubota B6100

    Default Re: Tractor gets a fancy new V blade

    I like it.
    Mike
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    Default Re: Tractor gets a fancy new V blade

    Oh man is that fantastic ! Super nice job on this. I wish you were my neighbor, as I would be bugging you for assistance as I fabricate my own blade!

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    Default Re: Tractor gets a fancy new V blade

    Quote Originally Posted by locknut View Post
    Finally got to try this out after 2 years.The V works good in deep snow,no side pull.We got around a foot of heavy wet snow and that seems about the push limit of the tractor.Here's a vid,click on the pic;


    Direct link to video;

    http://s498.beta.photobucket.com/use...53b68.mp4.html
    Last edited by locknut; 01-04-2013 at 01:30 PM.

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    Default Re: Tractor gets a fancy new V blade

    Quote Originally Posted by panchohughes View Post
    Oh man is that fantastic ! Super nice job on this. I wish you were my neighbor, as I would be bugging you for assistance as I fabricate my own blade!
    Might be about as cheap,and a lot easier,to buy this plow and build a hitch and power-angle it.Cheap.

    V-Force Plow Blade Black 66" - Shade Tree Powersports

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    Default Re: Tractor gets a fancy new V blade

    Quote Originally Posted by locknut View Post
    Direct link to video
    You need to add a turret on top of the cab for your head to stick up through, looks like you're hunched over to see out the windshield. Amazing piece of engineering, I'm surprised that sized tractor can push that much snow, and it doesn't even look like you have chains on it.
    Kubota B2710, New Holland CM274 front mower, Toro Zmaster ZTR, Ford 908 bush hog, New Idea manure spreader, Swisher trail mower

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    Default Re: Tractor gets a fancy new V blade

    Quote Originally Posted by locknut View Post
    Might be about as cheap,and a lot easier,to buy this plow and build a hitch and power-angle it.Cheap.

    V-Force Plow Blade Black 66" - Shade Tree Powersports
    Wow, even includes free shipping. 72" for $20 more.
    Mike
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    Default Re: Tractor gets a fancy new V blade

    Quote Originally Posted by locknut View Post
    Might be about as cheap,and a lot easier,to buy this plow and build a hitch and power-angle it.Cheap.

    V-Force Plow Blade Black 66" - Shade Tree Powersports
    Thanks for this link. You are right... I called them with some questions about the push tubes & mounting plates, but they were just order-takers. They did point me to the manufacturer "American Manufacturing". Here is their site: American Manufacturing - Home

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    Quote Originally Posted by locknut View Post
    Tried watching on my phone...no go!

    Guess I'll need 2 fire up the laptop
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