Tractor Pushup Blades
It has taken us some time to perfect our pushup blades. Something to think about, It must float up and down with the concrete, then it must float from side to side with the concrete. Some concrete is sloped to drain water away from the bunker. It must be adjustable to compensate again. You must build it light enough for the tractor to carry the weight. It must be heavy enough to be durable, but it can't be so strong that if something is hit by mistake it damages the tractor. It must fold up out of the way to be able to go in and out of gates and close areas. The blade must be set at the right angle to roll the feed but not throw it into the flush lane. The wear blade must be replaceable. There must be options of blade materials for the different customer views. There must be protection from uneven or broken concrete. You must make blocks that help extend the life of the wear blade. Keeping all of that in mind, are you ready to start building your own? Or would you rather purchase one from us, where we have taken all the thinking out of it to do a perfect job for you?
Mounting On A Pattern Tractor?
We can normally mount our pushup blades on just about any tractor but there are a few tractors that they just cannot be mounted to. So, it is always good to check with us before your purchase of a tractor if you are planning to have a blade mounted to it. If you are unsure about which tractor is the best for your application we are here to help answer any questions you may have. Over the years we have encountered a lot of situations, benefit from our experience. If you do plan to purchase a tractor in your area be advised; we must find the exact tractor here to use as a pattern tractor. There is a pattern tractor fee for this to be added to the quoted price. It is best to get a tractor there that has a single set of hydraulic couplers on the back of the tractor.
If you are wanting to mount to a tractor with a cab it is another situation we need to check out before we get too far in the planning stage. Again, Please contact us and let’s be sure before anything is done.