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You will really enjoy using that blade. It’s amazing how much you can cut, shape and smooth with it. Plus it’s just pure fun seat time.

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3 hours ago, oliver2-44 said:

just pure fun seat time

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hey buddy i actually purchased one last night so i don't need that now! I appreciate you offering though!

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14 minutes ago, Smh28 said:

hey buddy i actually purchased one last night so i don't need that now! I appreciate you offering though!

Wicked cool!

 

Of course you know... the rest of us children are going to want to see pics as soon as you can.

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23 hours ago, ebinmaine said:

Our dog, Meeha, is a rescue that we got almost 2 years ago. As near as we can figure she is a mix of Kelpie, which is an australian cattle dog, and Bull Terrier.

 

She's about 44 lb of pure strength and  muscle.

 

 

I’m guessing without the New England accent, your dog’s name is mirror?  :ROTF:

 

if if you have the time to measure up that blade mount for any other willing fabricators... feel free!  :handgestures-thumbupright:

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10 minutes ago, pullstart said:

 

I’m guessing without the New England accent, your dog’s name is mirror?  :ROTF:

 

if if you have the time to measure up that blade mount for any other willing fabricators... feel free!  :handgestures-thumbupright:

Read that^ and instantly made me think of this picture hahaha😂😂

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13 minutes ago, pullstart said:

 

I’m guessing without the New England accent, your dog’s name is mirror?  :ROTF:

 

if if you have the time to measure up that blade mount for any other willing fabricators... feel free!  :handgestures-thumbupright:

Oh man you got me. I laughed out loud at that one. That's awesome.

 

:ROTF:

 

I will absolutely take some measurements of that grader blade for the rest of you fine Folk.

 

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Eric, make sure that you post video of that blade in action—too cool to just see “still shots”. I have a feeling that you will end up getting a quite a bit of use out of it.  Not only in your driveway but will all the trails and pathways that you have on your property.

 

  One of these days, I’ll pick one of those up for GhostRider....

 

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1 minute ago, PeacemakerJack said:

Eric, make sure that you post video of that blade in action—too cool to just see “still shots”. I have a feeling that you will end up getting a quite a bit of use out of it.  Not only in your driveway but will all the trails and pathways that you have on your property.

 

  One of these days, I’ll pick one of those up for GhostRider....

 

Oh yeah! You know I will!

You read my mind as far as the usage on that thing.

 

The first part of the forest path way is probably 400 to 500 ft long. I'd like to have that relatively smoothed out.

 

I don't know if it will be its permanent home but it will end up on Patriot horse fairly soon.

I'm definitely looking forward to being able to scrape the driveway during the winter with it as well.

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6 hours ago, pullstart said:

if you have the time to measure up that blade mount for any other willing fabricators... feel free

Hmmmmmmm.......... Lookeee heere.

 

 

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Here is a home made one. It uses a blade off a motor-grader. Its 48" wide not sure the height of the blade. Can't give and other dimensions as it's a friend of mine has it he was doing some leveling before planting grass. The frame is 2" channel the pivot is a 7/8" ford pickup king pin.  I broke the sleeve for the pivot and It has a heaver sleeve now with a grease fitting. 

 

 

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