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Different Way to Attach Blade


PhanDad

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1 hour ago, PhanDad said:

Looks like it would put a lot of side stress on the bucket/loader arms.

I agree, also likely to bend the bucket bottom if much load on the blade.

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Not a fan of that sort of engineering....

 Back in the day they made blades to pin on the freeman built   AC loaderers on WD and D series farm tractors..  With those you took the bucket off and put the blade on.  Even so, it was tough on the loader frames depending on how the operator worked it.

I still subscribe that the best , most durable way to mount a push blade on a tractor is with a subframe connected to the tractor chasis.

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