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Curbeez does any one have these?

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Turfmower, Dec 1, 2004.

  1. Turfmower

    Turfmower Senior Member
    Messages: 376

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Stupid 10 charater thing why can't you just post a link?
  2. finnegan

    finnegan Senior Member
    Messages: 313

    you could probably make those in about 1/2hour-for chump change compared to what they're asking
  3. james731

    james731 Member
    from ny
    Messages: 71

    you can just buy the rubber cutting edge for the next size plow and install it leaving 6 inches out on each side

    just drive slow and usually nothing breaks no need for that
  4. finnegan

    finnegan Senior Member
    Messages: 313

    i was thinking of making a set for the backside of my blade for backdragging
  5. MLB

    MLB Senior Member
    Messages: 110

    Would that work with poly scrapers?
  6. Big Nate's Plowing

    Big Nate's Plowing PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,266

    $35 worth of rubber cuting edge will do the same thing
  7. streetsurfin'

    streetsurfin' Senior Member
    Messages: 770

    Are those bolted flat to the blade. It looks like theres an angled bracket between the rubber and the blade.
  8. Gregg Blair

    Gregg Blair member
    Messages: 31

    I wouldn't recommend more than two inches of added poly or rubber cutting edge to the outside width of your moldboard. More than this, especially with rubber and the wrong urethane, could lead to tearing of your cutting edge.
  9. NJ Plowman

    NJ Plowman Senior Member
    Messages: 799

    There looks to be about a 6 inch angle on the brackets. How do you think that angle will affect the trip action?
  10. SWC

    SWC Senior Member
    from VA
    Messages: 134


    The way they stick out on the sides forces you to leave some snow unplowed next to the curb.

    I've never had any problems working next to curbs, in fact I like curbs, you just ease your blade up against it and go, the curb acts like a rail.

    Hope they didn't sell the farm to market those things.