On the white dodge they just used a 2x4 (wood) and painted it black. I wasn't really happy at first, but I guess it has held up fine. On the GMC they used a piece of aluminum tube. Here are some pics I hadThanks. They did a nice job on the mounting. It looks like they did a double frame like a real dump truck for the truck side so ther isn't a gap between the frame and dump bed frame. On mine you can see 3 inches of daylight between the truck frame and the bed frame. Do you have a pic of the mounting with the body up?
It has been great so far. We also have a set of Kage paddles on a toro snowblower (3650). Wish they made them for the toro snow commander. Harder to install than the factory rubber paddles, but they should last a lot longer. Don't know much about the sulkies, buy they are probably a nice product.That Kage is cool! I want to buy one of their WB sulkies for my Scag, but I might wait on doing that.