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  1. #11
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    Dec 2006
    Traer, IA


    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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