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 09-26-1999, 00:00 Post: 8302
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 Help on choosing a box blade

I have a limited knowledge on implements and looking for help. I have a JD 4200 tractor and am looking looking for a 5 foot box blade. I have looked at the Monroe Tufline and it looks to be a piece of equipment. What others are out there and which ones should I stay away from. It will be used for light to medium duty work. Any help would be appreciated.






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 09-27-1999, 00:00 Post: 8304
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 Help on choosing a box blade

You're right, the Monroe Tufline boxblades are very well made, and quite heavy. My father-in-law has one of theirs in the 6ft size, I expect his will last forever the way he uses it. I regularly see the cheaper offbrands selling new for approx. $275. I don't think these are as rugged and heavy duty as the M-T brand. Land Pride makes some boxblades which are very good quality, as well as the Bushog brand.






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 09-27-1999, 00:00 Post: 8307
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 Help on choosing a box blade

I have a 755 (20hp),I thought that a $500 to $600 box blade was a over kill, so I got a cheap 5 1/2' king kutter for $225. It is a lighter blade than the more expencive brands but I've only got 20 horse, as much & as hard as I us this blade I don't belive I'll ever tear it up!My thoughts good luckdana






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 09-27-1999, 00:00 Post: 8308
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 Help on choosing a box blade

I have a 5 foot boxblade which is an "Acme Bulldog". I don't believe that I can recommend this brand. It has bent several times due to light construction. Roger Loving






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 09-27-1999, 00:00 Post: 8309
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 Help on choosing a box blade

More times than not,, you'll find that the no name scraper blade that cost 189.99 is a piece of crap. There are always exceptions to this, I sell a scraper blade made by Southern which is inexpensive and very strong. I would recomend it to anyone.






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 09-28-1999, 00:00 Post: 8349
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 Help on choosing a box blade

I have had two box blades, the first was a Gill 52" (Woods bought them) and my new blade is a Woods 60". Bush hog also makes a very good box blade.






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 09-28-1999, 00:00 Post: 8379
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 Help on choosing a box blade

I have been a King Kutter distributor for several years. Have sold hundreds of box blades, w/no complaints. KK has the best variety & quality price range






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