KING KUTTER'S REAR BLADES are designed for value added performance. Uses include road grading and maintenance, landscaping, snow removal, cleaning livestock pens and much more. They are constructed of durable 1/4" thick by 14" high moldboard specially formed to roll dirt and prevent drag. The cutting edge is made of high carbon steel and is sharpened on both edges for double use. These rear blades feature an angle iron frame for added strength. Each unit has five forward and five reverse angular adjustments for maximum efficiency.
- Width: 5'
- Hitch Category: Cat. 1
- Adjustments: 5 Front and 5 Rear
- Offset and Title Adjustments: No
SKU 6063054 Model TRB-60-XB-O Weight 270.0000 Color No size No Width No In Store Only No Price $296.99
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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Product QuestionsQuestion by: BILL W on Jun 22, 2013 7:40:15 PMHi,will this blade be a good fit for a 1999 B7300 series Kubota tractor? I have read answers for other series but not the B7300.Just need to make sure before i purchase one.Thanks for your reply.
RodQuestion by: Lee C on Nov 12, 2014 12:56:14 PMHello,
I contacted the king cutter Manufacturer and they advised me to tell you that the blade will hook up to what your asking about but, that it will b time consuming and very difficult to put together.They do however make a smaller one that will fit much better and b so much easier to install and it is already painted Kubota orange :) the modle # is trb-60-xb. I hope i was able to be of assistance to you. Have a wonderful day! Thank you for visiting our webs
Answer by: D.J. (Admin) on Nov 12, 2014 12:56:14 PMQuestion by: Dusty j on Oct 11, 2014 10:08:22 PMHello Dusty,
The manufacturer emailed me back today and shared this with me.
If you have a subcompact tractor with 20-25 horsepower and the measurements are between
the lift arms are approx. 21”, then this will work.
Thank you for contacting Rural King.comAnswer by: D.J. (Admin) on Oct 11, 2014 10:08:22 PM