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 08-08-2004, 20:33 Post: 92983
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Is there a place to buy these that might be cheaper than going through the dealer, I've broken two of them on my Frontier 5ft box blade? Brokenarrow just asked me about breakin them and I never have untill this weekend, Go figure.






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 08-08-2004, 21:06 Post: 92984
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Sorry Plots1! Laughing out loud I can say you were right though, I hit a heck of alot of rocks/boulders and never phased the ripper teeth this weekend.






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 08-08-2004, 21:13 Post: 92987
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how did I do? Check out my pictures 1 thru 6





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 08-09-2004, 07:39 Post: 93011
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Broken, looks like a fine job,So how did that non name brand weed killer work you were talkin about? I broke two teeth this weekend clearing a hilltop around my stand seen in pic 18, caught some stumps.My 790 was a bit more forgiving on that as it would bog a bit when catchin things and would allow me to evualute the blockage. The new machine will just tear through about anything without a hint of bog. did even flinch when hitting the 6 inch stumps that was hidden in the brush, just snaped the teeth right off.reason for clearing is I'm going to through some NO PLOW seed down so I'll have a nice green patch hidden in the center of my property around my stand.(Where is the cheapest place to buy them teeth?)






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 08-09-2004, 08:45 Post: 93014
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Broken, it looks like you did pretty good, you're definitely way up the learning curve now, Laughing out loud.

One suggestion though, you had better get a LOT more crown on that driveway if you expect it to last very long.

Also, be sure to give it some compaction, even just a good load of material in the front bucket and then drive back & forth over the whole area will do a lot.

Best of luck.






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That's for sure, a crown is a must. No crown, potholes after the first good rain. Good crown, and good compaction, cut out the potholes about twice a year. I have also found that if I use the scarifiers for digging up for regrading, I need to really make sure I have enough passes to dig up the entire width of the road. If you don't make enough passes, it looks great when you are done, but will wear in ruts at the scarifier lines.






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