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Looking forward to receiving these and putting on my 2210 - 210 loader. Was looking for "something" to put on the loader for early and late season snow removal. Most of the time I use my 47" snow blower and rear blade. The other thing I am looking forward to is to able to scoop mulch and leaves without digging into the ground (leaving the soil behind) and ultimately saving wear and tear on the cutting edge.

In reading the various posts and threads on GTT, I also would be interested in the option for rear blades. I use a Frontier 1060L on the back. If you folks come up with a set for us folks that have SCUT machines, would welcome the opportunity to try them out for you.:good2:
 

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Looking forward to receiving these and putting on my 2210 - 210 loader. Was looking for "something" to put on the loader for early and late season snow removal. Most of the time I use my 47" snow blower and rear blade. The other thing I am looking forward to is to able to scoop mulch and leaves without digging into the ground (leaving the soil behind) and ultimately saving wear and tear on the cutting edge.

In reading the various posts and threads on GTT, I also would be interested in the option for rear blades. I use a Frontier 1060L on the back. If you folks come up with a set for us folks that have SCUT machines, would welcome the opportunity to try them out for you.:good2:
Some PVC pipe??
 

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Never thought of that and not sure how I would make that work ... but am willing to try it.

Cut a 2"-3" round price of pipe as long as your blade. Then cut a slit in the pipe long ways. Make the slit just wide enough to slip over the edge of your blade. Done.
 

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Cut a 2"-3" round price of pipe as long as your blade. Then cut a slit in the pipe long ways. Make the slit just wide enough to slip over the edge of your blade. Done.
Thank you H-D dealer dude, time for a cup of coffee and head out the the shop and make this happen. Will be able to test this week with the foot plus of snow they are predicting for Tuesday/Wednesday here in NH.:plowsnow:
 

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Edge Tamers work great, have to put mine back on for the storm coming, back to a gravel driveway. They work great on the lawn, I clear part of my back lawn and you would not know I was there.:plowsnow:
 
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