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Mid-mount scraper blades on tractors?

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gun guru

03-07-2009 16:00:51
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Has anyone made or bought a mid-mount blade for a tractor for grading gravel roads and driveways? I would love to have a mid-mount scraper blade for doing this. Hydraulic up/down pressure with the tractor weight to get real heavy cutting pressure.

If you have then post a picture or an explantion of how you did it.




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Billy NY

03-08-2009 13:22:56
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 Re: Mid-mount scraper blades on tractors? in reply to gun guru, 03-07-2009 16:00:51  
Like this, a modern version, forget they still make these, they go back some years, I thought I have seen Fordsons converted to something like these, and some others, have seen a few different ones, short on memory today.



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Billy NY

03-08-2009 13:19:33
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 Re: Mid-mount scraper blades on tractors? in reply to gun guru, 03-07-2009 16:00:51  
Something like a huber maintainer, can't remember what manufacturers but there were a few either offered by the factory or aftermarket, just can't remember what ones I have seen and who made them. You see them for sale every so often, and seemingly reasonable, as it does not seem there is a lot of em around.



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NTW ROSEBUD

03-08-2009 05:02:08
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 Re: Mid-mount scraper blades on tractors? in reply to gun guru, 03-07-2009 16:00:51  
a ford 901 or similar mod. with wide front is a perfect candidate for such a machine. plenty belley clearence and long wheelbase between wheels, plenty room for blade to swivil.



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135 Fan

03-07-2009 21:09:41
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 Re: Mid-mount scraper blades on tractors? in reply to gun guru, 03-07-2009 16:00:51  
I have a picture in a book of an MF workbull with extended front wheels and a bullgrader attachment. Kind of like a smaller grader. Dave



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rusty wheel

03-07-2009 19:02:10
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 Re: Mid-mount scraper blades on tractors? in reply to gun guru, 03-07-2009 16:00:51  
I used the front cultivators on a cub to hang a mid mounted blade on. Used a shank on each side without the shovel. Hung a concave off a Massy Harris 50 clipper combine for the blade in front of the shanks. Set them at an angle, Worked really good for snow and dirt. Going to make another one. rw



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Jim Plunkett

03-07-2009 18:31:04
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 Re: Mid-mount scraper blades on tractors? in reply to gun guru, 03-07-2009 16:00:51  
Grouser belly blade, they make them for compact tractors and maybe others.



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glennster

03-07-2009 17:25:07
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 Re: Mid-mount scraper blades on tractors? in reply to gun guru, 03-07-2009 16:00:51  
here are somepics of a mid mount blade i saw a while back on a cub. i have one of these blades, but it gets used on my b as a snow plow. maybe it would give you some ideas



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gun guru

03-08-2009 01:52:21
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 Re: Mid-mount scraper blades on tractors? in reply to glennster, 03-07-2009 17:25:07  
I like it.



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glennster

03-07-2009 17:25:07
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 Re: Mid-mount scraper blades on tractors? in reply to gun guru, 03-07-2009 16:00:51  
here are somepics of a mid mount blade i saw a while back on a cub. i have one of these blades, but it gets used on my b as a snow plow. maybe it would give you some ideas



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