Bad Boy Land Plane

workinonit

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deezler

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^ thats awesome. SSQA that sucker directly and skip the forks. Lot of weight for any small CUT though.

So is the consensus that having (apparently) straight blades on the bad boy land grader is a distinct disadvantage over angled blades?

Bay Boy has all their manuals online (nice website).


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workinonit

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That would work too. I'm just thinking of something simple to keep from buying a global adapter. I have all of the steel I need.
 

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I wouldn't think there would be a disadvantage in having straight blades. I just find that filling uneven surfaces works better with angled blades. I find that opposing blades gives you a sum zero material movement but it does move which is what I want.
 

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Yep, whatever fits your loader (y).
 
 
 
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