/ HD Box Blade? #111
- Aug 22, 2011
- Kubota B2320
EverythingAttachments said:There are a lot of good thoughts on box blades in this post, and many of them go back to the same principles and designs we have put into our two lines of box blades. We offer a Heavy Duty Box Blade that weighs between 353 to 647 lbs. depending on the width (48"-96"). We have our Xtreme duty line that weighs between 635 to 815 lbs. available in widths of 72" 78" 84" and 96" Our next box blade will have 1/2" inch thick end plates, which will bring the overall weight to over 1,000 lbs. for those of you that have a large category II tractor. We are also finishing our design on a standard duty box blade which will look a lot like the United with some deluxe features, and will be priced slightly below the price of a United box blade, because we manufacture and sell directly to you the customer with no sales reps, dealers, or distributors. On the links above you will find all the sizing pricing and descriptive videos. Soon we will have Peanut in the field with some "How To" videos!
Don't forget us little guys (well, big guys with little tractors)!
How about hinged box blade, or roll-over box blade in a really heavy duty design for the sub-30 HP compact tractors?
I'm looking for a really heavy duty, but also really easy to use box blade for my Kubota B2320, and because smaller tractors like mine don't have the copious (drool shield engaged) hydraulic remotes that the big boys have, having the hinged back or rollover capability is even more helpful- AND no where to be found in box blades easily available and sized for my tractor.
PS: I saw your videos for the grader and box blade, and they look GREAT- except for what I've already noted...