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    Default Land Pride's TB25 Series front-mounted Trip Edge Blades

    For snow removal, has anyone ever used Land Pride's TB25 Series front-mounted Trip Edge Blades on their quick attach kubota. (My Kubota is an L4240.) The blade comes in an 8 footer as well as a 9 footer. Looking at buying one for the next snow season.
    My great-great uncle was Barney Riggs. Google him and read about him. He roamed around the southwest, mainly west Texas, Arizona territory and New Mexico territory. History books credit him with 9 - 12 men he killed. Family lore has the count at 18. They all deserved it, apparently.

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    Default Re: Land Pride's TB25 Series front-mounted Trip Edge Blades

    Did you get a TB25? Thinking of getting one for our MX5100.

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    Default Re: Land Pride's TB25 Series front-mounted Trip Edge Blades

    If you haven't already, check out our WR Long Hydraulic Front Blades. They are build very well and will match that MX5100 perfectly.
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    Default Re: Land Pride's TB25 Series front-mounted Trip Edge Blades

    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments View Post
    If you haven't already, check out our WR Long Hydraulic Front Blades. They are build very well and will match that MX5100 perfectly.
    Thanks for the suggestion. I have two possible concerns about the WR Long for my application: 1) One thing I like about the Land Pride plow is that it has a little bit of pivot available at the center so that it can deal with variation in slope or crown. 2) The weight seems a little low compared to other plows that I've looked at, which makes me wonder if I will end up tearing it up on the rocks that are just a foot or two beyond my driveway.

    Any feedback appreciated...

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    Default Re: Land Pride's TB25 Series front-mounted Trip Edge Blades

    I wouldn't be the least bit worried about the durability of that blade on your tractor.
    WR Long does make heavier snow blades, but the extra weight would only hurt the traction dept. IMO.
    I can't give you a true opinion about the center pivot, but i've not heard any complaints concerning the WR Long blades. There are probably some members that have tried them, so i'll let them chime in on that.
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    Default Re: Land Pride's TB25 Series front-mounted Trip Edge Blades

    Quote Originally Posted by FatTire View Post
    Did you get a TB25? Thinking of getting one for our MX5100.
    Never did... yet. Last winter snow wasn't so bad. Probably get a boat load this winter.
    My great-great uncle was Barney Riggs. Google him and read about him. He roamed around the southwest, mainly west Texas, Arizona territory and New Mexico territory. History books credit him with 9 - 12 men he killed. Family lore has the count at 18. They all deserved it, apparently.

    I used to work oil and gas and some ranching. Now I mainly hunt and fish. Hunting, fishing, quarter horses are my obsessions. Anything mechanical I like to tinker with.

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    Default Re: Land Pride's TB25 Series front-mounted Trip Edge Blades

    Still looking at options,and never did find anybody who has a TB25. Seems kinda expensive compared to others. But now I'm kind of getting interested in a V-plow.

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    Default Re: Land Pride's TB25 Series front-mounted Trip Edge Blades

    Quote Originally Posted by FatTire View Post
    Still looking at options,and never did find anybody who has a TB25. Seems kinda expensive compared to others. But now I'm kind of getting interested in a V-plow.
    If you are going to be plowing on gravel I would not recommend that style blade. they dig in too bad. Get one that suspended by a chain like this one.

    John Deere with Fisher Plow - YouTube

    Meyer makes some trip edge blades and i think you can get them for a tractor.

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    Default Re: Land Pride's TB25 Series front-mounted Trip Edge Blades

    At our place the ground freezes hard, like concrete. Except for the first storm and the last storm or two, trashing the surface isn't a problem.

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    Default Re: Land Pride's TB25 Series front-mounted Trip Edge Blades

    Quote Originally Posted by FatTire View Post
    At our place the ground freezes hard, like concrete. Except for the first storm and the last storm or two, trashing the surface isn't a problem.
    The plow like in the video i posted also works better because it keeps the weight of the loader on the front tires.

    When you have to plow with the loader in float the front gets light.

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