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    4100 Implement sizing

    Good evening. What’s your educated opinion on a box scraper width for a 20 horse 4100 HST? Is 6’ too wide? It’d be nice to go 6’, but 5’ would work. Thanks for your time.
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    No larger than 5’ IMHO, 6’ is to large for your 4100.
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    I agree with Kenny. 48" and no wider than 60" of course the material you're moving has got a lot to do with your experience and progress.

    48" width should cover your tracks and give you more maneuverability. However @ 60" width you have better side to side leveling / grading capability.
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    Thanks. 5’ it is. Thought 6’ was pushing it.
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    I run 60" on my 4010 just fine. It does bog down in soft and muddy. I run a 5' box, blade and rock rake.

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    I wound up buying a 4’ scraper for a fair deal. It does a good job and will push clay over the top of the moldboard without getting stuck. Sculpts a lot better than my 6’ blade.
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