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 09-07-2004, 21:11 Post: 95837
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Most blades angle left to right but do any of them tilt up and down?






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 09-07-2004, 21:20 Post: 95841
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lbrown59; I assume your refering to a 3pt. hitch rear blade. If so I really never saw one with that feature other than changing the length of the top link of the 3pt. on the tractor will give you that effect. Hope this helps. Frank.






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 09-07-2004, 22:00 Post: 95847
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If you mean tilt as in setting one side of the blade higher than the other (example- to put crown in a driveway) the answer is yes they are availible.






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 09-08-2004, 06:12 Post: 95869
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f you mean tilt as in setting one side of the blade higher than the other (example- to put crown in a driveway) the answer is yes they are availible.
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and to slope the back fill away from a basement wall so water will drain away from the foundation when it rains.






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 Blade Question

There are also rear blades that have an 'offset' feature.

This allows the blade to move side to side, independant of the angle at which it meets the ground. Some accomplish this by means of unbolting the blade and moving it to another position and bolting it back together, the better ones have a swivel joint at the 3pth end of the arm nad can be adjusted by means of a pin and several holes. The real big serious ones have hydraulic cylinders that adjust offset, tilt and angle.

The link below shows the Rhino rear blade with offset. On the blade in the picture, the cylinder on the right adjusts blade angle, the one just visible on the left adjusts offset and the one one the back of the blade adjusts the tilt.

This is more blade than you would put on a CUT, but the principle is the same.

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