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To bad you live so far away.That is a blade for a powermax tractor.If you look at it you will see that you flip the blade over to push with.There are cutting edges on both sides of the blade.Seen one this last fall at a local show.Would like to have one. Bob

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To bad you live so far away.That is a blade for a powermax tractor.If you look at it you will see that you flip the blade over to push with.There are cutting edges on both sides of the blade.Seen one this last fall at a local show.Would like to have one. Bob
Bob, he's planning to be in Hartford WI 02/18/12 providing mother nature blesses the day with sunshine.;)

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