Local online auction has this blade. How high ($) would you go you guys on this?
Not yet. Monday I’m gonna go look at it. Not worried about cosmetics. I usually set my limit also on something before I even start also, but sometimes I think I’m low. Anyway thanks for thoughts.
That is a heckuva blade for $250. If you can pick it up for that price I’d say you did good. A 7’ blade at TSC is $550 and not nearly as robust as this one.Here are the results of 8 auctions of the same, from $150 to a high of $770, which had hydraulic offset. Otherwise, the going rate seems to be around $250 on average............Good luck.
That's the older style 80 blade. I have one out back that I gave $200 for 35 years ago (used) when we bought this property.Here is a link to a picture of the 80 blade that I remember. I think if you look inside the operators manual you will find the same thing. Hope the link works.
The blade you posted is what I know as an John Deere 80 blade, also the model 80A blade is very similar with a slightly lighter and wider blade. The OP shows a blade that is unfamiliar to me, don't even think it is a John Deere model. I will try to show a pic of my model 80 blade, I also have an 80A, not sure what is in the pic.That's the older style 80 blade. I have one out back that I gave $200 for 35 years ago (used) when we bought this property.
Would be using it for mostly snow not for show.If you want a blade to use, I think you can do better.
Oh It wouldn’t not be going on a 1 series, it would be used on my new KiotiI would do some measuring on the 3 pt to see if you can even use it on a modern one series.
Yep looking at new also just thought I watch used one also for the right price.you can buy a new one for not a lot of money that you know will work great.
That’s what I was wonder also. Just cause it has the manual, don’t mean it’s a John Deere.don't even think it is a John Deere model.