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Everything Attachments Category I & II Severe XTreme Duty Hinged Back Box Blade V2.0
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Everything Attachments Category I & II Severe XTreme Duty Lockable Hinged Back Box Blade For Tractors with 50-75 HP

The Everything Attachments XTreme heavy duty hinged back box blade is built to last for years to come. The body of the box blade is constructed from 3/8" thick steel, and welded (not bolted) for maximum strength. The curved back on the box blade forces the dirt to roll over and helps fill up the cavity for better performance, and is 1/4" thick steel. The front and back reversible cutting edges are made in America. The floating tailgate can be bolted into a fixed position.

Version 2 has longer sides for more rear backfilling.

  • 3/8" thick hitch.
  • Side plates are 1/2" thick steel with added wear strips
  • 1/4" thick curved back.
  • Includes bolts and brackets to convert to fixed back box blade.
  • Hinged back can be bolted rigid.
  • Manufactured in Newton, NC.
  • 4 hole high quality Italian made shanks for adjustments
  • Category I & II quick hitch compatible.
  • Cutting edges are made in USA.
  • Front and back cutting edges for pushing or pulling.
  • Everything Attachments Product Warranty
  • Free shipping within 1,000 miles!

Size Weight Shanks
72 775 lbs.
78 815 lbs.
84 875 lbs. 8
96 985 lbs.

American Made Attachment

Everything Attachments Severe XTreme Heavy Duty Hinged Back Box Blade Made In America! Fits category I & II tractors from 50 to 75 horsepower.Free shipping within 1,000 miles!

Everything Attachments Category I & II Hinged Back Box Blade
Item# Item Name Our Price Qty Add
ETA-CATI-II-XDHBBB72 Everything Attachments Category I & II Severe XTreme Duty 72" Hinged Back Box Blade
ETA-CATI-II-XDHBBB78 Everything Attachments Category I & II Severe XTreme Duty 78" Hinged Back Box Blade
ETA-CATI-II-XDHBBB84 Everything Attachments Category I & II Severe XTreme Duty 84" Hinged Back Box Blade
ETA-CATI-II-XDHBBB96 Everything Attachments Category I & II Severe XTreme Duty 96" Hinged Back Box Blade
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Video Transcription:
Video 1
I'm Ted from Everything Attachments. I just want to try to give everybody when they're trying to make the purchase for their box blade, when they're trying to figure out exactly what they need for their purposes and of course our salesmen will be happy to help you. I just want kind of give you an explanation of why you would want a locked or a fixed tailgate or a floating tailgate.

Ninety-nine percent of the time for myself, I want a fixed tailgate. So on this one you'll be able to either fix it, meaning lock it in place, or let it float. Okay? The main difference is, if you're doing leveling of any kind, you're doing a driveway, you're doing your final grade, anything that you want to make level, you will do a...unless you...you have to be a really good operator and it's not impossible, but if your tailgate floats only and you can't lock it, if you're a really good operator, you got a lot of years of experience...I can operate one pretty good. But it's still easier for a lot of jobs to just simply do with it locked than it is floating and then I'll explain what is absolutely better with a floating tailgate.

Okay, so for leveling grade, fixed is usually the best, because what you're doing is, you're lowering the front of your box blade to the front of the edges only cutting a little bit. And you're really riding on this back edge kind of as a gauge. The front edge can't go any deeper because the back edge is touching. So it's kind of like your wheel or your gauge wheel is just a blade dragging the ground. It's keeping your blade from just sinking. Okay?

Now if I'm in a grading application...this is for a 125 horsepower tractor here. If I've got that kind of horsepower, especially with a four wheel drive, and I've got a couple of acres or something, it could be more, whatever, but I need to get a lot of dirt from here moved to there. In other words, leveling is not my biggest priority here. It's just simply getting this big hill or whatever moved to somewhere else. Okay? So what I'm going to do is, I'm going to shorten my top link. I'm going to let my rippers dig in really deep. This front edge, when it gets down, it's going to let this back tailgate float up. So when this is down in the ground and we welded an extra side blade here for wear, you're going to have this down in the ground maybe an inch or so.

So you're going to be taking off about three or four inches. Now it takes a lot of horsepower to do that, but if you've got it, you can...this tailgate will float up and will allow that front edge to dig as much as your tractor will take. So you're going to have to use your position lever to keep it from just digging more. Even 125 horsepower tractor at a certain point, you don't want to take 10 inches off at a time. You want to take three or four inches, something that's reasonable, something that you can get rolling in here. And then when it's full, you can either barely drag it on the ground or whatever you want to do to get it to where you're taking it, okay? So if you're really moving massive amounts of dirt, a floating tailgate is absolutely what you want.

If you're doing leveling...now this one can be fixed or float, so you can do either. That's the good thing. Most blades are either/or. So in most cases, if it's an either/or situation, you probably want a fixed. If you're a major grader then you're going to want the floating. In this case, luckily you can put the pins in and fix it just like a welded rear tailgate. This blade also has...it has a lot of room in here so when you're backing up, it allows you to build up a lot of dirt pushed back. I'll give you an instance why a floating tailgate can be terrible. When I was younger, from the time I was twelve years old, I scraped...I'm downtown right here in Newton, North Carolina, but I scraped all the banks and all the different businesses around here from the time I was young till I got old enough to drive and had better things to do.

But if you...with a floating tailgate, I did most of my pushing from the back because you can't...it's a box. So you want to just keep...what you want to do in a parking lot is make one big strip through it and then back everything up to the parking places. But if you get snow between these two edges, this edge starts getting up here. So then you have to pull this edge up and keep taking the snow out of it and it's a real pain. So if you've got it locked, it isn't going to do that and you can lock that on this one. So I learned real quick that a floating tailgate and snow don't go together at all because if you're back dragging, it just packs up. So that's no good.

So because a floating tailgate is more expensive, a lot of people think they want it and a lot of them are right. And as long as you can lock it, it isn't going to matter. You're going to get a great box blade either way. A lot of the tailgates that you see floating, if you go to a Gannon or some of the bigger blades, they're going to be like this. You're going to have a lot of distance between the bottom of the cutting edge and where it's actually pivoting. If you go to a cheap box blade that says floating tailgate and basically what you see is a cutting edge with a couple piano hinges welded across of it and it's no taller than that, that's not going to be a very well performing tailgate. And if you really hit something hard from behind, you're going to bend it and tear it up. If you're going to buy a floating tailgate, get one that's worth buying is my recommendation.

So we'll put them in the field soon. It's January right now. It's really cold. We're trying to get into the ground some. We're behind on our videos. We're trying to get called up. And we'll lock this blade and show you how to grade. We'll unlock the blade and show you how to really dig out some dirt. Wish we could do it today. But with our new line of box blades coming out, I just wanted to do a little explaining of why you want one or the other. The little blades right now will only come fixed. As they get bigger, they'll have the floating part available. Give us a call or an email. You can kind of explain what work you're doing, how much experience you've got, and we can try to help you make your best choice. Thanks for making all your purchases at Everything Attachments.

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
HD Box Blade January 12, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Salem, AL United States  
Thanks for shipping this box blade very quickly. It's well made, operates very well, and the 84" model is a good match for my 75 HP tractor. This box blade is 'greatly beefed up' in all of the areas that my older box had worn excessively or failed. I would buy again.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
8' box blade November 10, 2016
Reviewer: Jonathan Young from Hillsboro, OH United States  
Arrived quicker than projected, very heavily built , the weight helps it cut more aggressive , I did loose a cutter tooth the 2nd day I used it! It has 10 shanks which make it cut very well. I priced a frontier blade at the John Deere dealer , a lighter. 7' blade with 6 teeth was the same price!

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Excellent October 19, 2016
Reviewer: Shane Ratcliff from Elberta, AL United States  
It is a very well built box blade in which I am currently using it tilted way back and the shanks as low as possible to rip out roots from recently de stumped timbered ground. If the shanks were a little longer I could get deeper although, it would put the shanks at risk of breaking easier

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Severe XTreme Duty Hinged Back Box Blade July 29, 2016
Reviewer: Daniel D. from IL  
Excellent quality. Just cleared an area for better drainage in wet heavy mud worked well.
Tough job for me as a newbie but it now drains very good.

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Excellent Quality and Price October 7, 2015
Reviewer: Shawn Sonnentag from Yuma, AZ United States  
There really isn't anything to not like about the Category I & II Severe XTreme Duty Hinged Back Box Blade V2.0. It is heavy, which is good for box blades, and it has all the features you could want unless you're looking for hydraulically actuated scarifiers. I didn't want the added cost or complexity of the hydraulics, so this box blade is perfect for me.

With one minor adjustment I would give this box blade the 5th star. When used with John Deere's iMatch quick connect attachment, the upper connector on the box blade comes in contact with the bolts on the iMatch. I had to grind off 1/4" of material from the upper portion of the box blade mounting area in order to get the iMatch to accept the attachment.

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