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As the title states i am in the market for a snow blade i can attach to my FEL. What is the hotness out there?
 

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Since you are in Canada take a look at the HLA 1000-series blades. They are JD loader quick attach compatible, are available with hydraulic angle and have excellent build quality.
 

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As the title states i am in the market for a snow blade i can attach to my FEL. What is the hotness out there?
I have a Frontier JDQA blade for sale in the classifieds here. Near Toledo, OH. PM me if interested...

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FYI... In case you guys strike a deal....

I had a similar blade shipped from the Buffalo, NY area to Dayton, OH using Fastenal's third party logistics service. Cost was $200 to ship. I don't know if Fastenal ships to Newfoundland or not, but it might be worth checking into.
 

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I have a JD 54"/Artillian combo which i love. It was pricy with all the components to make it happen.
But being you are in Canada I agree with the others and check out that HLA model.
 

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Thanks Guys!!
That HLA 1500 with the back dragger looks amazing.
I am going to call them today to get some pricing

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The 1500 series pushers are also great, but might not be the best choice if you have to plow in curves . Pushers have long narrower rails kind of like skis that don’t really turn well, they’re best at straight shots like a straight drive or parking areas, the true plows (1000 series) are much better at turning and curves.
 
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The 1500 series pushers are also great, but might not be the best choice if you have to plow in curves . Pushers have long narrower rails kind of like skis that don’t really turn well, they’re best at straight shots like a straight drive or parking areas, the true plows (1000 series) are much better at turning and curves.
^^^What he said.
I've run a few big pushers over the years and it's definitely easier if you have an articulated machine like a loader as opposed to a steering axle machine like a backhoe.
Going in strait pushes, they both work fine.
 
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