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Hi all,
I'm trying to find a rear blade for my 1025r. I want one that has offset and tilt and was looking at an RB5060L, but I'm finding conflicting info online. Mutton's website said it has both, but also says "does not tilt" (and then, later in the description) says it does.

Does the RB5060 has both offset and tilt? If not, which 5' blade does?

What about the RB5060L? Does that have offset and tilt?
 
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Have you checked everything attachments?


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I have the RB2072. It will angle but it does not tilt. I have to adjust the 3pt side links for that.
 
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My Bush Hog brand has everything I think you are looking for,,,
PLUS,, an extra pivot at the three point hitch connection,,, :good2:



This blade has an amazing range of adjustment,,,



if I needed it to be narrow, I would cut this one as needed.

I have used this one behind my JD 650.

 

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Just a little FYI the 60L the "L" is for limited lift.The bottom pins are lower so you can raise it higher.When you look at blades make sure you ask the height of the lower pins.You want 12-14"for cat 1 limited.Regular cat1 is 16-17".If your max lift is 22-24" 7" isn't much.
 

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Woods RBC 60

I have a woods RBC60. It’s a real nice fit for the 1025. I sanded it, primed it and shot it with JD green. I preserved the name plate and redid the RBC 60 lettering and unbolted the edge off the moldboard and installed a strip of horse stall mat between the edge and the mold board. I use it for wiping the tract clean after using the front blower.

Will post a pic when I can. Had a major injury and I’m recovering but in rough shape,still.
 

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I have a woods RBC60. It’s a real nice fit for the 1025. I sanded it, primed it and shot it with JD green. I preserved the name plate and redid the RBC 60 lettering and unbolted the edge off the moldboard and installed a strip of horse stall mat between the edge and the mold board. I use it for wiping the tract clean after using the front blower.

Will post a pic when I can. Had a major injury and I’m recovering but in rough shape,still.
You edited this and beat me to it, I was going to ask you were healing up. Still like to see a pic of that when you can get to it.


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I’m healing but it’s rough going. Having surgery on my head Friday.
Here are some pics. I can’t put it on the rig until I’m patched up and won’t fall down.

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