Takes on tough ground
IronCraft has introduced its 3100 Series and 3200 Series box blades which feature adjustable shanks, making them ideal for ripping up dirt; grading and leveling land; or spreading topsoil, gravel, mulch or manure. IronCraft Box Blades are built to handle the toughest projects on farms, construction sites, outdoor arenas and landscape projects. The standard-duty 3100 Series box blades are made with 3/8-inch steel A-frames in widths from 48 to 96 inches and are ideal for use with tractors from 15 to 45 horsepower with a Cat 1 hitch. The heavy-duty Series 3200 box blades are manufactured with ½-inch steel A-frames in widths of 72, 84 or 96 inches. They are ideal for tractors with 30 to 70 horsepower with either a Cat 1 or Cat 2 hitch. Both the 3100 series and 3200 series are quick-hitch compatible and have a six-inch cutting edge. IronCraft box blades are made in the U.S.A. with good lead-times.
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