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Naa (grading blade)

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04-27-2003 05:30:41

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is there any way to put pressure on the grading blade? all i can get it to do is rest on the ground and like that it wont even clear out a weed much less move dirt. please help

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04-29-2003 07:34:15

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 Re: naa (grading blade) in reply to J.W., 04-27-2003 05:30:41  
get a box blade with the scarifier tines... we have good old hardpack clay and my blade wouldn't dig in at all no matter how the top link was adjusted... I was having to hand dig a trench to start the blade in so the blade would get some bite... also I tried bolting some long curved chisel points to the bottom moldboard with fair success, just got some longer carriage bolts

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04-27-2003 18:02:30

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 Re: naa (grading blade) in reply to J.W., 04-27-2003 05:30:41  
Adjusting the top link longer makes the blade cut better. Shorter top link makes the blade edge more vertical and slides over the ground.
Adding weight also can help.

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04-27-2003 15:51:26

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 Re: naa (grading blade) in reply to J.W., 04-27-2003 05:30:41  
I have a length of 90 lb. railroad rail welded to each side at the top to keep it down.

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