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    Best box blade or land plane for 2025R?

    I have an approx.500 foot long stone path to my barn. It is composed of mostly rip rap stone about the size of potatoes. What device would work best to maintain this and keep it smooth? Which size would be best for a 2025R? TIA
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    I think a 60 inch land plane is the weapon you need. Several brands make good ones. Woods, Frontier, and many others. Don’t get one too light, besides that, there is not much to them. Big hunk of metal with no moving parts. Need to decide if you want scarifiers or not. I didn’t get them, I have a box blade with scarifiers if I needed it. If your driveway is in decent shape and you keep it that way, you shouldn’t need scarifiers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crna View Post
    I have an approx.500 foot long stone path to my barn. It is composed of mostly rip rap stone about the size of potatoes. What device would work best to maintain this and keep it smooth? Which size would be best for a 2025R? TIA
    What size potatoes and what kind???
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    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by crna View Post
    I have an approx.500 foot long stone path to my barn. It is composed of mostly rip rap stone about the size of potatoes. What device would work best to maintain this and keep it smooth? Which size would be best for a 2025R? TIA
    What size potatoes and what kind??? [IMG class=inlineimg]http://www.greentractortalk.com/forums/images/smilies/1/unknown.gif[/IMG]
    How about Yukon gold?
    2015 2025R, H130 Loader, 62D mower deck, 270A backhoe, 48 inch JD Roto Tiller, 47 inch JD snow blower, 48 inch King Kutter rough cut mower

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    I realize this post is about an implement, but I want answers specific to my 2025R. Any way to get it moved back to medium frame compact tractor page?
    2015 2025R, H130 Loader, 62D mower deck, 270A backhoe, 48 inch JD Roto Tiller, 47 inch JD snow blower, 48 inch King Kutter rough cut mower

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