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    New Titan Implements box blade, weight ?????

    Ok first thing I do not have pics yet, but will try soon. The box blade I bought is a Titan Implements model 3104. It's four foot wide, and weighs 290lbs. It's called their standard duty model. It has 3 shanks. According to the online manuals, the same thickness metal goes into all their box blades from 4ft. to 8ft. I have to say it seems built stout. My one concern is the weight. It does great on just gravels like it is, but on hard baked dirt with rocks it wants to ride up over the rocks. I'm going to fab up a box soon to add weight to it. One question is my 3 point lift. I have the 1025R, how much can it lift? Also I wanted the 54" from EA but they were 2 to 3 months out on delivery.
    John Deere 1025R with 260 backhoe, H120 front loader, and 54"MMM

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