7' Four Way Dozer Blade

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nailsbeats

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My dozer blade. Blade itself is made out of two 7' long X 3/4” thick grader cutting edges welded together. Got them both brand new for about $80 from a local guy. Cyliders are 3”x8” tie rod style. In the future I may add a 6” or 8” piece of flat on top in the middle to protect the cylinders from over of material. It is very solid and works great.
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charger

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The blade angles with an auxilary hydralic thumb switch on my right drive stick. Machine tilts and goes up and down with lift arms.
Wow i`m impressed with all your homeade projects!!,they look better than factory ones!! i lome making stuff like that but just can`t find anytime to do it!!
 

nailsbeats

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Wow i`m impressed with all your homeade projects!!,they look better than factory ones!! i lome making stuff like that but just can`t find anytime to do it!!
Thanks, work hard to make them that way and still keep the prices down. When I dig in I don't stop until it is done that is the only way I have time.
Friday I am going to add wheels out in front of my blade for grading. I will make them removable with quick pins. Will send pictures and a full report. Have to do some research.
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