Bad Boy Land Plane

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Williy

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Does or has anyone used one of these??
Half the price of other companies product!

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From what I can see they are quite a bit lighter than the EA brand by a couple hundred pounds.

I think weight is what you will want with a land plane.
 
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I believe that the difference in weight is
between 50 to 58 lbs
The only difference I can see is that the
Bad Boy don't have the side rail support
like the other ones.
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But is has the bottom section is easy to replace its bolted on.
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So wait, what is the actual price? Say on the 6' "land grader". It's 500 lbs.... not all that light. Easy to tack on 200 lbs of weights or metal.
 
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I would have to see one in use first before buying. With the 1/4" end pieces unsupported at their perimeter, there may be a bunch of side flexing as it bounces over rocks.

Even an extra 60lbs of structural strength in the right places may make a world of difference.
 
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If it's flexing on the unsupported side, you have it mounted upside-down. 😏 :ROFLMAO:
 
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I might have to buy one for my Kioti. My old 6' box blade is staying on the ol' Cub, so I was gonna buy a new one. But if I can get adjustable scarifiers on an affordable land grader like this for when ripping is needed, I don't really need a separate box blade just to trap and transport material - the front loader is far faster at that anyway. But the main use would be re-grading my gravel driveway periodically, or smoothing out newly cleared areas. That black and orange paint scheme looks pretty awesome, too.
 
 
 
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