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Re: Ford 601 + rear blade

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01-12-2013 06:36:50

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I don't understand this swinging the blade around on a 7 ft blade. I have a six foot and a seven foot. My seven footer is a woods and the main frame is longer than the one on the six footer. I have used both blades on many different tractors I have not had a problem swinging the blade around. They include 3 different compact kubotas, 8n ford, 231 Massey. 22 Massey, and my Super C with a 3pt. I will say sometimes I have to pull the top link in a little to get clearence to swing the blade.
I would compare the main frame on what ever you buy as you may not have any problem with a seven foot blade.

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01-12-2013 06:49:53

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 Re: Ford 601 + rear blade in reply to DoubleR, 01-12-2013 06:36:50  
the fords lower link arms are probably shorter, i have a jubilee which is the same size as the 601, and the original 6 foot ford brand blade that came with it, to reverse the blade the lift has to be at mid height, then it will clear the rear tires by about 2 inches if all the way up it will hit the tire and cant be reversed, a 7 footer on these lower arms would have to be removed from the tractor, then the lift frame rotated, the reattached to the tractor, and thats a real pia!

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