Thanks, 56. very helpful. :thumbup1gif:It's probably made of slightly thinner steel than the Frontier. You may or may not need to hang weights on it, depending on how it performs for you. You could also weld thicker steel plates to it. I wouldn't worry too much about build quality unless you plan on doing heavy construction work with it. Bush Hog implements are well built.
I noticed the lower hitch pins in the picture are turned to the inside. You can turn them around if needed, which may be all it needs to be iMatch compatible.
Thanks again 56! I appreciate it.I don't think it's been used much, it still has most of the paint along the lower edges. Even the forward cutting edge still has decent finish on it.
It takes a lot to bend a box blade. You would have to hang it on something pretty hard. You could put a straight edge across the cutting edges if you wanted to check, but I bet it's fine.
Equipment and implement prices vary by region. Around here, that blade would sell pretty quickly for $250-300. I'd say you and the dealer are both right in the ballpark. :thumbup1gif: