Everything Attachments Box Blade Review

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danisiri

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Kubota M7060HDC12
This is a short review on the Everything Attachments Category I & II Severe XTreme Duty Box Blade V1.0:

I called EA to get the correct sizing for my tractor. I wanted something heavy duty and EA had the best price for the quality versus my local dealers.

It took about two weeks for the implement to arrive at the FedEx freight hub. Pickup was quick and easy.

The box blade was attached to a wooden pallet in such a way that the forklift could place it in the bed of my truck sideways. I was grateful for that and it made tying it down easy.

The box blade is very heavy duty. The metal is thick. The welds are consistent. There was no rust anywhere.

I spent about two hours grading my driveway. The scarifier worked well to break up the packed material. The blades scraped and smoothed well.

The only disappointment was that the paint job inside the box is already wearing away. I had a few larger rocks get picked up and I guess that rubbed against that area. I hope it doesn't start to rust there.

Overall, I feel this was a good value for the weight and quality build. I would buy another implement from EA.

EDIT: Here are some pics of the paint wear. I was expecting wear elsewhere but I guess with the dirt rolling around in there it just wore that down in that spot. Maybe the paint was thinner there or something.

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Grab a can of new cat yellow and you're good.
 
   / Everything Attachments Box Blade Review #3  
Leave it on the pallet if you don't want to scratch the paint on an implement.

Unreal......
 
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Leave it on the pallet if you don't want to scratch the paint on an implement.

Unreal......

Is it wrong to expect a paint job to have some durability beyond two hours of use? It takes a lot of time and hard work to earn enough money to buy something like a tractor or this implement.

I think y'all are being pretty rude and elitist. That is unreal.
 
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Good review!

Looking forward to viewing your photos. :)

Ignore the naysayers. :thumbsup:
 
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Is it wrong to expect a paint job to have some durability beyond two hours of use? It takes a lot of time and hard work to earn enough money to buy something like a tractor or this implement.

I think y'all are being pretty rude and elitist. That is unreal.

I don't think anyone is trying to be rude. Fact is I haven't yet purchased an implement that the paint hasn't came off in some place during the first few hours of use.
 
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I don't think anyone is trying to be rude. Fact is I haven't yet purchased an implement that the paint hasn't came off in some place during the first few hours of use.
Especially for a dirt moving implement.

Aaron Z
 
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The highest quality paint jobs are on cars and trucks.....same quality paint EA uses...... go drag yours through your rocks and see what happens. Not being rude, just laughing at your unreal expectations. Not being elitist either, 95% of us have tractors and multiple implements that we worked for, just as hard as you. Guess what? They all have scrapes and rust too.

Rocks and dirt knocking off paint a ground engaging implement is to be expected, not disappointing.
 
 
 
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