What state are you in? Can you post a pic of the blade?
Thank you this helps me a lotThe County Line back blades are iMatch compatible. Put the bushings on, back up and pick it up.
I have the same blade and an iMatch. Never been a problem.
Yup, that's imatch compatible.All I have is the stock photo. I’m in Kentucky. View attachment 816213
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Well I would use it for snow but also for landscaping (garden, etc). The frontier is more expensive and nobody has any in stock. I checked the 3 dealers near by and there been in order for months now. I did notice the moldboard is flat. We don’t get a lot of snow usually… What brand did you buy if you don’t mind me asking. Country line is the only one I can find in stock.Yes, the CL blades are made by Tarter right there in Dunnville KY. I don't know if you are considering this blade for snow... if so, I would strongly suggest you reconsider.
I have had 3 different rear blades for my 2520 and found there is HUGE difference in them due to the moldboard shape. I first had an old LandPride that I bought used. Great blade! It was heavy and had a nice, deep curved moldboard shape. The snow really 'rolled' off of it. It was not QH compatible though and couldn't offset so I traded it for a Frontier RB2072. Oh man, not good. The moldboard is too flat for snow! The snow just piled up on it and would not unload. I sold it after a year and bought another brand that has a deep curved moldboard, heavy, QH, and offsets. The tractor is back to flying through snow again. The Country Line is flatter than the Frontier! If not for snow... never mind ;<)