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 06-15-2003, 07:18 Post: 57673
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I am considering a frontier rear blade for some very light road work and leveling areas in the woods. I do have the iMatch and I am wondering if any one else is useing a Frontier rear blade.






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 06-15-2003, 07:27 Post: 57674
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I have the 60 inch frontier box blade, works great , seems to be built like a tank compared to some of the others I've seen.






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 06-15-2003, 07:33 Post: 57676
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plots, what do you use it for ? I have a spot that I am trying to level for a elevated blind. I would rather not have several yards of 23a dumped so I can level it. The soil has a lot of small roots and I was haveing a bit of a tough time working it with the FEL. I did have a Beavis and Butthead pop up when I was done though as I realized I was in 2wd. oops. I was thinking this would be a great use for a rear blade. Any thoughts ?






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 06-15-2003, 08:25 Post: 57688
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It would work great for what your doing. I use mine to keep my road graded, I've also used it to rip sod off some of my plots before disking.I really need a hyd top link , that would keep you from mounting and dismounting tractor to set cut angles so often.






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 06-18-2003, 18:23 Post: 57953
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I picked the frontier blade up yesterday and took it up north today. I notice they are made by Woods. I used it for about two hours leveling a spot for the elevated blind filling holes and gradeing my roads. It works great. Now a land scape rake, mower and and and !






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 06-18-2003, 18:35 Post: 57955
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Doc, did you get 5footer with removible teeth?






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 06-18-2003, 19:55 Post: 57960
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plots; I got the 5' blade. The blade is replaceable but their are no teeth. Are you referring to a box grader ??






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 06-18-2003, 20:00 Post: 57961
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ya , that's what I have a box blade with teeth






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 06-19-2003, 06:03 Post: 57986
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What does a box blade do that a rear blade does not ? The frontier 1060 was $475 is a box blade a lot more ?






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 06-19-2003, 06:11 Post: 57988
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Just one word of caution. Pull it, don't push it. Over the winter I used my Frontier 6' rear blade to plow snow. I turned the blade around and pushed the snow backwards with the tractor. On the flat it worked fine, but going downhill I caught the corner of the blade on some frozen gravel and bent it backwards about 18" from straight. As it was brand new, and I thought a bit flimsy for what I paid ($500), my dealer remounted a new blade and reinforced it at no charge. The next one I buy will be the heavy duty version.






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