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    Box blade

    What is everyone recommending for box blades? I have a 1025r, just curious the size and with so many manufacturers, which one should i stay away from??

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    Love my Frontier BB2048L. Although it would be nice to have a 5 footer to get the edges out beyond the tractor.

    I got the 4 footer and have been able to stop the tractor dead in it's tracks with a deep cut (tires spinning.)
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    2014 1025R - 60D 7-Iron MMM, H120 53" FEL/Ballast Box, Ken's hooks and Piranha toothbar, BB2048L Boxblade, 54" snowblade Quick-tatch w/full hydraulic lift/tilt.

    You don't have to outrun the bear......just the other campers

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    I started with a 60" BB but sold it because it was not iMatch compatible. I replaced it with a 54" BB from Everything Attachments. The 60" worked well enough but I think the 54" is a better match. The 48" is too small in my opinion.
    1025r TLB, 54" Bucket, R4 Tires (metal valve stems!) with Beet Juice, 60D Mower Deck - mechanical lift, 42" Titan Pallet Forks w/Bale spear, 54" ETA Box Blade, 72" ETA Landscape Rake, iMatch, Ken's Bolt on Hooks and Diff pedal extension, Piranha Tooth Bar and psrumor's Seat Springs

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    I have pulled a 65" Frontier blade with my 1025R but when I buy one it will likely be the same EA 54". Woods and Land Pride also make 54" blades but their prices are more than the EA.
    2015 1025R FILB, iMatch, 53" Bucket, 54D Mower Deck, 54" Snow Blower, Heavy Hitch Dual Suitcase Weight Bracket, Heavy Hitch Front Weight Bracket, EA 48" Plugger, Garber 48" 3 point Seeder, Kens bolt on hooks, CountyLine (Tarter Gate) 60" box blade, Kenda Terra Trac HDAP tires (front and rear), CozyCab Sunshade, TSC CountyLine (Tarter) 48" yellow rototiller, BXPanded 25 gallon 3PH sprayer.

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    I bought a used CountyLine 60" box blade from Tractor Supply. The rippers and blade showed no wear, but the yellow paint was faded and there was a little bit of surface rust. Works just as good as a new one but $100 less. I plan to sand blast and paint it John Deere Yellow one of these days. It is also iMatch compatible. I have no regrets getting a 5 ripper 60".

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    Go everythingattachments. You can't beat the price and no complaints on the quality.
    2012 1026r
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    48" Xtreme Box Blade from EverythingAttachments.com

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