New tractor project - making my own rear remotes

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You made some bank doing that at the house! Impressive looking work!
I saved about $500 and that’s with buying several extras fittings.

I got the rear bracket fabbed and where I need it. It was a lot simpler that the front bracket. I tried to keep it out of the way and it clears everything.

Now I am waiting on the quick connect couplers to install on the rear diverter valve.

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Most likely the tilt. But that’s just a matter of finding it. I don’t think any work will be involved with adding that.

I can’t believe how well the box blade will smooth out the grade now with that adjustable top link. It’s a night and day difference.
 

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Most likely the tilt. But that’s just a matter of finding it. I don’t think any work will be involved with adding that.

I can’t believe how well the box blade will smooth out the grade now with that adjustable top link. It’s a night and day difference.



I had a Dozer/Tractor Business for over 20 years. I used a 6 way Service Box Blade. It simply is amazing what a guy can do with a full movement box blade,
 

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