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Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by Neige, Feb 23, 2008.
Its manufactured here in Quebec. Closed its 8 feet so street legal. Open max its 12 feet.
Horst has a similiar one called a Hydrafold. Nice blade but it's very heavy. There's has hydraulic end plates and power angle though. I think yuors is a straight pusher so it might not be as heavy.
Straight pusher, it great for moving around. It really saves allot of time with an experienced worker. It is heavy, tractor can handle it very well it also scrapes well.
How high does it lift?
Thats about tops, maybe 6 inches more.
nice machine there
Let's see more pics. Who are they made by?
I like that it's steel trip, I just noticed that. Most of the blades here, are out of Quebec or copies.This is the blade that I'm talking about.http://horstwelding.com/snow_items.php?id=96
I checked it out JD, very nice. I will contact them since I will be needing a new 1 for my loader. Here is the one I have, SSTA