Originally Posted by Thomas
Indeed sharp looking.
What type of soil on your land,do you need weight for blade to dig into ground?
Most of the soil I spread is clay/clay loam, this unit works seems great on any soft/loose material (mainly dumped soil, gravel or mulch or after hard ground has been ripped) without weight behind 14-20hp CUT's(the unit is quite heavy with the blade, all the steel wheel/adjustments mounting behind & the wheels ballasted with 3/4 water)
The combination of the long drawbar & blade angle at the top helps the blade not to ride/float over the material & assist the material to roll/flow in the box -on ripped ground it usually cuts c.4-6" then carry/drags the material for a full load.
In testing well prior to painting I adjusted/rewelded the angles several times to get the right balance of performance across lawn, driveway & dragging ripped clay from an empty pond - I needed something versatile to use around my 3acre+ house yard without leaving the damage/witness marks my farm/earthmoving gear creates.