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Re: home made box blades

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John B.

02-16-2013 11:22:52

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Wile E,
Here are some pictures of my John Deere blade I put ends on the blade attached with two bolts along with some caster wheels I saved off of an old row crop cultivator. I'm going to add some metal to the bottom of the end plates so it rides over the ground better without sinking in. the height of the wheels are adjustable too. It works good for what I use it the for. The driveway rock and last fall I got a load of topsoil in the front yard to spread around to fill in the low spots so it's not so rough riding when I mow the grass.

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02-16-2013 19:32:53

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 Re: home made box blades in reply to John B., 02-16-2013 11:22:52  
Is that a green troybilt tiller in the fourth pic, I have thought about painting mine green since it works so good.

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02-16-2013 14:15:54

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 Re: home made box blades in reply to John B., 02-16-2013 11:22:52  

I really like this idea! I have a 5' King Kutter back blade on my JD M. I've thought about a box blade several times but never found one I could justify buying in the size I wanted. Thanks for the pictures.

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