Any opinions appreciated....not sure which one to get for grading driveway and spreading various materials.
To better advise, we need a bit more info.Any opinions appreciated....not sure which one to get for grading driveway and spreading various materials.
Here is why I asked for tractor size. Some of the implements are basically worthless because they have to be so light for the tractor to be able to use.Ok some info. I have a sloped driveway so it washes out so I want to be able to grade it back. My driveway is processed material, it's like half inch size gravel and down mixed with stone dust and it's 175 ft long. I have used a box grader in the past, and I am just looking for something to give me a similar finish. I thought maybe the rear blade would be best for crowning. I also want to make some miner ditches for water flow so I figured the blade would work well for that. I have a 1025r, (ill attach a pic).
questions- Is it as easy to grade flat with a blade as a box blade? Also, should I just get both...lol:mocking:
Nothing std that I am aware of. Don't get me wrong, rear blades can be great and depending on your ground, a unit that fits your tractor may work out fine for you. But with your hitch not lifting very high, I think that about any rear blade will end up being a problem for you, but again I may be way off here. I'm use to bigger stuff.Can box blades be angled at all?