REAR BLADE

kcs

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Kubota B2650
Jan 9, 2021
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I’m
Looking at getting a rear blade for my B2650. Land Pride is $610. I found a Titian for $420. Are Titian a good company?
 

old and tired

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You mean Titan? It's a more economical company - I have not heard many complains on this website...

What models are you looking at? Heavier is better...

RB1560 is better than RB0560 at 100 pounds heavier @ 248#...

The Titan 1405 is 180 pounds...
 
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kcs

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Kubota B2650
Jan 9, 2021
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Virginia
You mean Titan? It's a more economical company - I have not heard many complains on this website...

What models are you looking at? Heavier is better...

RB1560 is better than RB0560 at 100 pounds heavier @ 248#...

The Titan 1405 is 180 pounds...
Would my B2650 pull the RB1560 ok? That would t be too heavy would it ?
 

mcfarmall

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Heavier is not always better...depends on the intended use. For building roads or irrigation ditches, heavier is better. For fine work and snow removal, lighter is better. I can make my light blade dig like a dozer or skim like a butter knife by adjusting the top link accordingly.
 
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kcs

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Kubota B2650
Jan 9, 2021
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Virginia
What tires do you have? ...And do you have them loaded with fluid? Ag/R1 is best for traction; Industrial/R4 would be 2nd best... Turfs might be iffy.

What are you planning to use the blade for?
I have R4 and yea they are loaded
 

trueg50

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B2601
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Snow removal. What little bit of snow we get in Va. and maybe some grading. I’ve got a box blade for any fine grading
You'll want something like the RB1672 then. The 72" is required so you can angle it and still cover your tracks.

I use an RB1672 on my B2601 and had good luck with it last winter.
 

i7win7

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BX2370, B2650 grapple, tree puller, trailer mover, 3 point hoist, mower, tiller
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Using RB 3584 on my B2650
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OrangeKrush

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BX2680, LA344 with Piranha tooth bar, LP PF 1242, LP Rear Blade, KK 60" BB
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Yes you'll want something larger for your tractor, I have the 1560 on my BX2680 and is perfect for it. As said above when angled you want to cover the width of your tractor.
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