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Land Shark 5.0 Subcompact Box Blade by EA
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Land Shark Subcompact Tractor Box Blade

Box Blades Designed For You

Efficiently Smooth and level impressive amounts of dirt with your tractor. The Land Shark Compact Tractor Box Blade is built to perfectly compliment your compact tractor without expensive extra features that could be overkill for your application. The durable clevis style hitch makes hooking up a breeze, and you will be grading in no time. This American made box blade has adjustable ripper shanks with replaceable tips. Use the front and rear mounted American made cutting edges to grade and level forward or reverse. For MAX wear resistance, extra plates of steel are welded to the leading edge of ALL EA box blades.


  • Proudly Made in the USA!
  • Category 1 Quick Hitch Compatible.
  • Premium A572 Grade 50 Laser Cut Steel Construction.
  • 48 & 54 inch widths available.
  • Rated for subcompact tractors.
  • Dual 3/8" thick x 6" wide Valk American Made reversible and replaceable cutting edges.
  • High quality, easy adjustable ripper shanks measure 2-3/8" by 3/4" and 16-1/2" tall.
  • 48" weighs 275 lbs. 54" weighs 295 lbs.
  • Free shipping within 1,000 miles!
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Land Shark Subcompact Tractor Box Blades are built for category 0 & 1 hitch tractors. Free shipping within 1,000 miles!

Item# Item Name Our Price Qty Add
LS-SCMP-BB-EA-5.0-48 48 Inch Land Shark Subcompact Box Blades EA 5.0
$592.00
LS-SCMP-BB-EA-5.0-54 54 Inch Land Shark Subcompact Box Blades EA 5.0
$613.00
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Video Transcription:
Hi. I'm Ted from Everything Attachments. We're here today with our new subcompact line of attachments. This is the first piece that we've had that would actually go down to a category zero and we don't want to specialize to that, but we are going to make a few things that go down to a category zero just because the implements themselves are meant for subcompact tractors which still use a category one pin. But there are a few other tractors like a Rural King and a few garden tractors that were made through the years that are capable of pulling a small tractor attachment. They just were made with a zero class, zero attachment size.

So we have put the five-eighths pin on there for the one that does need the category zero, same way with the top linked pin up here. So you can still use this as a category one or category zero on this side here, depending if you leave the bushing in or out. The other side will be category one.


We've taken a lot of the things we looked at on a Land Pride box blade that was specifically designed for these subcompact tractors, and made some changes that we liked for ourselves. We don't like the type of ripper shanks that slide up into the notch that the clips go behind, because every time the ripper takes a hit, it hits on that clip and that clip gets burnt up. It'll cut your hands. I've used them before. They're no fun to me.

So I changed them to the standard pin that we use in all of our box blades. This is a super-tough, American-made shank and it's got three holes in it, so we try to keep everything as American as we can. So we've added the wear strip on it right here. This is three-sixteenths. And just because it's a light-weight box blade, we didn't want it, for the people that use them all the time, we didn't want it to wear quick. And the reason we stuck with three-sixteenths is because weight is not always good. On TractorByNet, a lot of people think they ought to weigh 100 pounds per foot and on certain tractors that's right.

This is weighing about 65 pounds per foot. And on a BX tractor, that's all it needs. You've got a 600, 700 pound lift. You've got a 260 pound box blade. That still gives you 400, 500 pounds to work with, and you've going to have that much dirt in here when you're done. So we've given you some wear protection here. We've given you our nice Landshark decal here that we're really proud to start making. And if you'll notice the dual edges under here, which are both American-made Valk edges, we've left the angle on the front to be the same as where all our box blades are.

So the design of the blade is what really makes a blade work better than the weight of it does. Because I can change a few things, it doesn't matter how much weight you put on here, it's still not going to operate properly.


So we try to do most of our ... Our trademark is quality by design and with the right design you can make just about anything do what you want it to. So we've left the edge on the front to be where it's going to cut like a standard blade. We've indexed the whole mow board here where it's always in the same position. In the rear blade, we've taken some of the pitch out of it, because these smaller tractors, if I put all that pitch on there, you start backing up, you're going to dig in so much that the little tractor just isn't going to have the push.

So we've straightened the back edge just a little bit to take out some of the bite. As you can see with the two edges, as you lower the front down or raise the front with your top link, then the back gauge becomes your ... Your back cutting edge becomes your gauge on how much the front can cut in. So if you're cutting more dirt than you want, make your top link a little bit longer and let it ride on this back edge and it won't want to dig in so much.


And we've fully welded. On both sides, this box blade is fully welded all the way around. We've also wrapped this bar here that determines how far the main beam is away from the back mow board. We've wrapped that to give it some extra strength. And as you can see, this back edge is not on quite as much angle as what we would normally do.

We've taken this blade, we're trying to get into the subcompact, the small tractors, what's called a class one tractor or the subcompact. And because these items are fairly light, what we're going to do is, we're going to have box blades, straight blades, plows. There's about five or six implements that are specifically designed small. And as you add, if you are buying more than one at a time, we haven't come up with the exact formula, but there will be a discount for buying multiple pieces at one time because we can simply ship them to you at about the same price as individually.

So give us a call or an email. We'll help make sure you get the right size for your tractor. And if you're ordering multiple pieces, we'll work with you the best way we can to save you even more money on the freight. And we do have free freight, but we all know it's not free. And if we can save money, we want to pass it on to you. Give us a call or an email. We'll be happy to help you at Everything Attachments.



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Smooth Transaction - Quality Merchandise April 18, 2019
Reviewer: Greg from TX  
Box blade arrived in great shape.  Am very impressed with the solid build.

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Well built and friendly people April 5, 2019
Reviewer: Scott Hammet from Charlotte, NC United States  
When I spoke with the team at EA to ensure I had ordered the correct size for my Kubota BX, they actually recommended a smaller unit at a lower price.  Additionally, the unit was built faster than estimated and arrived a few weeks earlier than I had expected.  Build quality is first-rate.  I'm very happy with my experience dealing with EA and will be buying more attachments from them when needed.

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Review March 13, 2019
Reviewer: Michael Hausser from Hartville, OH United States  
Hello everything attachments and Ted.
Love the box blade looks great and i am sure it will do the hob i intended it for when the ground thaws out. Customer service was great and helped me out to make aure i got the right one and handled the shipping set up for me. Only thing i found you might want to work on is then banding to a pallet . might want to put a board down to support it better. Other then that i am very happy and love your company for the quality and affordability.

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December 13, 2018
Reviewer: Mike Moretz from Maiden, NC United States  
The landshark box blade fpr subcompact bx1870 works excellent . There was alot of thought went into makeing this for my size tractor the reduced weight the lift height an even the reduced cutting angle on the back blade works perfect for mine with it being just 18hp and on top of that custmer service was excellent look forward to doing more business with EA in the future. Thanks guys

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Box Blade November 29, 2018
Reviewer: Jon Bruce from Chagrin Falls, OH United States  
After watching Ted on the box blade video, I was impressed with the attention to detail on how well their product was built as to others on the market.  This is a man that takes pride in his company!  It's so refreshing to see a company that still has the old school pride!  They really care about what will work for the customer.  After using my box blade, it met all of my expectations and then some.  That blade made the operator (me, and I'm not very good yet) look like I knew what I was doing!  Ted and Rick, keep doing what you are doing, you are doing it right!  Great people and great products!
Thank you,
Jon Bruce

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