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mhomrighausen

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Marlin Homrighausen
For the "cushion" to allow the blade to float all Aaron needs to do is add a piece like on the electric lift on a 147 or a Brinly hitch. For sideways angle... Just add an AMERICAN made 1000# cpacity 24" electric lift to angle the blade from the seat. To cushion the shock on the electric lift use those pesky Moog rubber isomounts on the bolts holding the lift.happy.gif
 

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Steve Blunier "Mr. Plow" (Central IL)
I don't see any electric lift lasting long as an angle cylinder....rough life application....very high shock loading.
 

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Tom Hoffman
I guess I need to stop here more often. Looking GREAT Mike! "El Toro" Is in good hands.
 

wcompton

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Wyatt Compton
Had to break out the International TRX prototype 2072 to do storm duty (140mph winds). Still have parts to paint, but it's shaping up.
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Wyatt, nice job on the 2072! Wow 140MPH winds?! Hope everything survived that OK.
 

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