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Dutch

eBay "Grader Blade" SOLD - $190.50

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Dutch
Kent, Yup, it sure does. I'm hoping to have some more info on the blades this week. It's time consuming dealing with both factories and distributors at the same time. For example, one factory wanted design drawings with the hole locations measured from the center line, another rejected them demanding the hole locations be defined from the edge.

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Tuffy
The blade is fine but it will need to be remanufactured to add the bracketry to connect to a soveriegn frame. The blade sold was for a B1 or 725 model. It can be extended to acccomodate the 710/7012/7112 tractor frames. Steve

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JimV
Dutch: If anybody can do it, you can--I've got my fingers crossed for the combo bellygrader/scarifier. I never commented on the thread re: why grader blades were so popular, but I do have a question regarding this: Does the belly grader have the potential to exert more downpressure than either a "dozer blade" or a box grader, at least w/ a tractor you can "put your feet down" on?" Having never used any of these blades on a garden tractor, I'm only guessing, but if that's true, I could see how that would allow getting the maximum "dirt-moving power" out of these tractors. They'd feel like a bigger machine that way than they would otherwise. Sort of a "Tim Allen--More Power!" analsyis. Is it possible to get small footpads added to the top grader blade (maybe removable ones) so you can stand on the blade without standing on the scarifier teeth? Or will there be some kind of frame rail one could put their weight on? I'm not clear on how they look, mounted, obviously. Peter

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