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Cub Cadet Hydraulic Blade
The hydraulic-operated blade Kenny Anderson created for his Cub Cadet never comes off. He's used it year round for about 20 years, scraping the driveway, cleaning up messes and moving snow.
  It works especially well moving the snow close to a building, says the Glenville, Minnesota, man. He drags the snow backwards with the blade, then digs in 4 to 6 in. and pushes the snow away.
  "It's small and gets into small places," he says.
  The retired farmer used scraps he had on hand and purchased a valve body and a used power steering pump from a Chrysler car. The pump powers the cylinder that lowers and raises the blade.
  "You can control it right off the seat," Anderson says.
  He ran the steel through a roller to shape it into a half moon, making the blade 42 in. wide by 12 in. high.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Kenny Anderson, 75522 135th St., Glenville, Minnesota 56036 (ph 507 448-2888).

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2007 - Volume #31, Issue #6