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    Box Scraper for 1025r

    Hello:

    I just purchased the 1025r and hope to bring it home this week. I live near Elko, Nevada and have very rocky soil I need to break up. I was going to purchase the 48 inch Frontier box scraper from the dealer I purchased the 1025r from but it was out of stock. I was quoted a price of $850.00. Is this a reasonable price? What other good options would I have for the box scraper? This is my first tractor, much to learn. Thank heaven for youtube and forums to help.

    Thanks for any advice.

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    Do you have a Tractor Supply or similar store out there? You can find a 48 inch box blade for around $450-500 new. Or check craigslist as well.
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    $850 sounds outrageous. I picked up a new countyline 5' from Tarter Gates in Liberty ky for $400. Same as tsc has, but these were 2nds? I couldn't tell any difference in quaility. It's a fantastic box scraper and couldn't do without it.
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    I have been shopping around for a box scrapper also. I only found stupid prices in my area, so I ordered one from Everything Attachments. Waiting for my 54" to come in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tnman View Post
    $850 sounds outrageous. I picked up a new countyline 5' from Tarter Gates in Liberty ky for $400. Same as tsc has, but these were 2nds? I couldn't tell any difference in quaility. It's a fantastic box scraper and couldn't do without it.
    Sounds right to me. $450 for the box blade and $400 for the Deere markup!
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    You can usually find a better price on a 5' BB than a 4' one but the larger one may be too much for a 1025 depending on what material you're moving.
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    I bought a 5' King Kutter box scraper from Cal Ranch when I lived in Elko years ago, I think it was around $300-400. Keep an eye on craiglist or maybe ruby mountian want ads for a used one.
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    Thats pricey, I bought a land pride BB 54" for $600 canadian.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gjangard View Post
    Hello:

    I just purchased the 1025r and hope to bring it home this week. I live near Elko, Nevada and have very rocky soil I need to break up. I was going to purchase the 48 inch Frontier box scraper from the dealer I purchased the 1025r from but it was out of stock. I was quoted a price of $850.00. Is this a reasonable price? What other good options would I have for the box scraper? This is my first tractor, much to learn. Thank heaven for youtube and forums to help.

    Thanks for any advice.
    Wow.... That is the exact price I was quoted for the same BB!


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    What do you mean by break up the soil? I bought a tarter landscape rake in FEB for my property. I have about two acres of recently cleared land. It has been great for collecting up debris and rocks. It really pulls up the rocks and levels the land, way better than I anticipated. What I really like is the fact I can angle the rake. Can't do that with a box blade. You also can run a bit of a bigger rake than box blade because you are not pull as much dirt since the tines act as a bit of a filter and let dirt go through it. I paid around $600 for mine but it was a heavy duty one and weighed more than other 5 footers I was looking at.

    If you a looking for a budget option but like the idea of a blade, look at a back blade. I have found they can be cheaper than box blades in the CAT 1 size. You have to shop around though.

    I would look at Northern Tool or any Farm store if you want a new one otherwise craigslist is the way to go. Good luck.

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