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Old 09-11-2012, 11:36 PM
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Originally Posted by rmarks View Post
BOTH i know thats a bad answer but a box just doesn't add the angles and movement that a blade can

This ^^^

I spend more then a few hours on a old Ford Workmaster as a kid with a box grader that was a little to big for it and a regular blade. For fixing gravel roads and pushing back briars and branches the box grader was great but for and dirt work the other blade was the ticket. My gramps and ole man swore by the box but the fact that you could windrow and material could roll off of it made it valuable. I also preferd it for snow cause it was lighter.
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