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    New box blade

    picked up my box blade today and even though it rained this morning I couldn't wait, so I started working on a pad behind the garage, I was going to put an addition on but my wife bought a shelter logic garage in a box to store her side by side and my implements.
    All I can say so far is "why did I wait so long to get one"
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    I got a new one last fall with my 2038R. Haven't used it yet. That's a nice looking outfit you have there..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drifterbike View Post
    I got a new one last fall with my 2038R. Haven't used it yet. That's a nice looking outfit you have there..
    Only an hour under my belt, lots to learn but so far I like it.
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    I used mine for the first time last Sunday. Love it! My driveway hasn't looked or felt this good since it was installed when I built the house!
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    loooks good. that is something i don't have. really have no need for it here. now all ya need to round things out is a top and tilt on that new
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJim55 View Post
    loooks good. that is something i don't have. really have no need for it here. now all ya need to round things out is a top and tilt on that new
    Seriously considering that, or at least the top link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJim55 View Post
    loooks good. that is something i don't have. really have no need for it here. now all ya need to round things out is a top and tilt on that new
    Setting up a Hydraulic top link have no need for a tilt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJim55 View Post
    loooks good. that is something i don't have. really have no need for it here. now all ya need to round things out is a top and tilt on that new
    I agree on both accounts - I have no need for one myself either. But did have one when I was installing new lawn at newly finished construction sites.

    If you have a lot of use a top and tilt is almost a must. But besides adding the cost of that is also the extra remotes - gets expensive quickly!

    Without one you learn quickly enough to make what passes you can at one angle - change it and do more, etc.
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    Good for you PJR832.
    I've never used one but someday I'd like to try one before I die.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Good for you PJR832.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    I've never used one but someday I'd like to try one before I die.
    I've used box blades many times in the past. Once you get the hang of it, it sure make life a bit easier. I did own one in the past, but sold it as a package deal with one of my other tractors. I will need one now, for the 750.
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