• Scrape Blade or Box Blade?

    There are several advantages of a box blade verus a scrape blade. Ripper shanks loosen the ground and dirt stays within the box until deposited into low spots.

  • Clevis Hitch or Single?

    A clevis hitch will provide much more durable hitch mechanism as opposed to a single sided mount without the extra support a clevis design provides.

  • What Size Box Blade Should I Get?

    The width and depth of your box blade depends on the application and tractor specifications. If you are not sure which size box blade is right for you, we advice you consult with a professional implement dealer for the most accurate advice.

  • Xtreme Duty Box Blade

    Everything Attachments is now manufacturing their own tractor box blades, in regular and Xtreme duty versions.

Where to Buy Tractor Box Blades?

Everything Attachments makes a number of different styles of tractor box blades and tractor scrape blades. Check Out what they have to offer.

What Is A Tractor Box Blade

A box blade is a tractor implement used to smooth out and contour land and dirt. A typical box blade is attached to the tractor using a standard 3 point hitch. The box blade itself has evolved from the basic scrape blade, adding 3 sides- a top, right side, and left side with the front open. The front of a tractor box blade boasts ripper shanks or Scarifier shanks. These shanks break up hard packed dirt and help soften the ground, and are usually replaceable. Once loosened, high spots are scraped using a blade mounted on the rear of the box blade. The dirt or soil is contained in the box shape and drug along until deposited in lower ground or cavities, producing a contoured surface.

There are many different sizes and variations of tractor box blades. The smaller width box blade would be a 48 inch, and work with most compact tractors. Other widths would include 60, 72, 84, and 96 inch box blades, and would generally use more ripper shanks the wider the model. The frames are constructed of heavy duty steel, and painted to prevent corrosion. The ripper shanks themselves are built using heavy duty steel, sometimes have replaceable teeth, and multiple holes for adjustable height setting. A tractor box blade will have a cutting blade on the inside, and also one on the rear of the implement. These blades are sometimes slightly curved for optimal cutting ability and should also be replaceable. Box blades that have all these components welded in place should be considered cheap and non repairable.

When it comes to selecting the right box blade for your tractor, it is always good to get advice form an experienced person to make sure you are getting the right equipment. You want a high quality implement at with replaceable parts so it can be maintained and last a long time. You also don't want to pay a premium price due to the amount of competition manufacturing these tractor box blades. We recommend everythingattachments.com, an online super store with great prices and friendly, experienced staff that will answer any questions you may have. They offer many different make and models of attachable tractor box blades, demonstrational videos, and offer free shipping to most of the eastern and central United States!

Tractor box blades have been around since the beginning of tractors, and after years of abuse they are still going strong. Everything Attachments has developed their own box blade design based upon the most popular features over the last several decades, making their box blade one of the best on the market, and as any Everything Attachments customer will tell you, they always offer a great product at a fair price. The Everything Attachments box blade is available in 48" 60", 66", 72", 78", 84", and 96" widths, to accomodate almost all compact and utility tractors on the market, and is compatible with John Deere i-match, and quick hitch devices, and even has built in storage options for when you are using your boxblade and don't need the tines in.