Here is the whole works almost done...
The others are right when they say there needs to be provisions to keep the blade from going up too high when hitting a large pile and that there are a ton of interference issues involved. Like Sberry said, sometimes its not worth the effort involved, but in this case it was a $1100 mount or a new $4000 blade. Good luck and post pictures when you are done!
For what its worth, since I got this done, we have had an incredible amount of snow and they've used the heck out of it with no problems. I will admit that I cringe when the phone rings and see it's the guy I built it for. He always starts the conversation off with, 'ya the truck is in the shop getting the blade welded back on'. Thankfully he's always joking......
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01-25-2010, 05:21 PM #11