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Rear Blade??

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Bunky
I have on order a blade from dutch, and I already have a underbelly grader blade.. I would like to make a Rear blade out of one of the blades, Has anyone built there own rear blade and might want to share plans or pictures???

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I tried to take a pic but its too dark out.If you have a narrow frame blower or plow mount kickin around, they are about 2 inches wider than the lower rear mounts. I put one on my belly blade and attached it to the rear with 3 inch pins to try it. It works great with a chain to lift it. All you would have to do to make it permanent is narrow the blower mount by about 2 inches or build one to fit.

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Would you please put the Brinly numbers in this discussion item? I'd like to get one of these blades. I own a gravel driveway and this would help. I've learned the dozer blade doesn't do such a hot job on a gravel driveway; though it did a nice job in my backyard when I plowed some 8 foot weeds and moved some dirt around to get my garden straightened out.

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