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Re: box scraper

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10-16-2012 18:42:01

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does your box scraper not have holders for diggers and they are just missing in action?
note: they can fall out in rough hard gravel, if you do not have them pined properly.

i can adjust the diggers on my box blade up/down and then tilt the box blade forward, it will really dig.

Loosen up the soil or gravel, etc: then its much easier to level.

do not know what to say, i would want a box blade with diggers, if it was me.

can you buy one with diggers (used) then sell your old one, it would not bite so bad.

again i would want diggers, Just my two cents worth!!!!!

i also have a scraper blade, do not use it so much now that i have the box blade,
this year i also bought a rock rake,

each tool has its place and does a good job.

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arron guevara

10-17-2012 09:00:52

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 Re: box scraper in reply to maxwell99, 10-16-2012 18:42:01  
mine looks fairly old but very heavy duty and never had the rippers--i think it would be difficult to retrofit rippers as well. i"ve got it listed for sale now so i could use the proceeds to buy the new one, but i haven"t had any takers yet. i might try adding extra weight as sean suggested to see if that makes a difference, but it"s already so heavy that i"m doubtful. thank you.

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