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 12-07-1998, 00:00 Post: 304




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Have Kubota B7200 w/ loader, need something on 3pt to help clear and level an area where there are roots, vines, ground ivy, etc. Am I looking for a rear blade, rake, box blade, or something else?

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 12-07-1998, 00:00 Post: 306




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Suggest you try a good quality Box Scraper with adjustable shanks, remember heavier is better. Woods makes a good quality unit.






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 12-08-1998, 00:00 Post: 333




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I just clear 1/4 acre with just the loaderknocked the trees down and scoop them up with theloader scrap the land with the loader and levelit buy back dragging with the loader works good.






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 12-08-1998, 00:00 Post: 340




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That's pretty much where I'm at now,but it's slow going with the roots and vines,plus don't want to damage the loader.






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B7200 specs max box blade at 42", 380 lbs,don't see anything this small onthe Woods web sight, but Landpridehas BB1542. Is this a good choice?






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Landpride makes very good stuff, but you'll have to be the judge if the model you can hang on the PTO of your machine is enough to do what you plan to.






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 12-11-1998, 00:00 Post: 381
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This doesn't quite fit whatyou're looking for but if the underbrush is very thick, there is a monster machine that comes in by trailer and has a very powerful front grinder that can make mince meat out of saplings, vine, small trees, multiflora rose and other brush leaving a mulch. I don't know the actual name of the device but have seen it in action here in Ohio where the vines are uncontrollable. A neighbor cleared 13 acres with it. Pretty amazing. It may be worth while to hire this machine for a day and be way ahead of the game.






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 12-17-1998, 00:00 Post: 508




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Possibly, what you are looking for is a box scraper with ripping teeth that are adjustable in height. Look for a Bush hog (brand) box scraper.






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I have a B7200 with a front loader. The best next piece you can use is a grader box with tangs to help dig up the dirt and break roots. You need fluid in your rear tires to aid in traciton. The work is slow going because of the small size of the tractor but it can be done






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