Here it is mounted to the 2007 holder 9.88, It seams to be pretty decent, It doesn't sit perfectly level, we might have to customize where the front lift arms attach to the machine and mount them lower on the blade. That would increase the height the blade could be lifted off the ground, as well as make the blade run more level. Right now it can lift the blade close to 10" off level ground, it might be important to get more lift. We have lots to work with here since saving over $8600 (not including taxes) verses going new.
I made some custom front fenders this fall for the front tires, had some old stainless steel sheet metal to hold the rubber in place and stainless steel bolts to hold it in place.
On the back is a Down Easter stainless steel drop sander, mixed reviews for that. The wire they used for welding doesn't seam to be the best quality, compared to the wire used on Fisher/Western stainless steel hopers. The "fingers" that are used for dropping the salt on the back are not stainless steel, and already had to replace one after the first winter and are very pricey. As well the rotating salt agitator is not stainless either.