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Rear Box Blade

  • RBB

  • AIEMERY

  • RBB4FT RBB5FT RBB6FT

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RBB Rear Box Blade

The design of Aiemery rear box blade is simple. But they are solid for users such as landscapers, farmers, homeowners, and in light construction.

Our Rear box blades are great for landscaping, smoothening, backfilling, grading, and so on.


Each rear box blade is constructed with high carbon steel and excellent performance. They also have  2 high-carbon steel reversible cutting edges (one for the front and one for the rear). So you can use the backside for pushing materials or light diffing


Each rear box blade is fitted with heavy duty, ripper shanks and the shanks have replaceable, heat-treated teeth. Each shank has 4 position adjustment holes that pin to the reinforced frame for maximum efficiency. By using our blade box, you can achieve smooth and great results.


Specification of Aiemery Rear Box Blade

Model

RBB-4FT

RBB-5FT

RBB-6FT

Dimensions(mm)

1225×642×975

1525×642×975

1825×642×975

Working width(mm)

1200

1500

1800

Weight(kg)

190

250

310

Matching power(hp)

15-22

24-40

30-50

Packing size(cm)

125x750x60

155x750x60

186x750x60


Feactures of RBB Rear Box Blade

  • Simple design

  • Solid structure

  • Heavy duty, ripper shanks

  • Made in China, high quality and reasonable price.

  • Customization is acceptable


Common Uses of Rear Box Blades

Grading and Leveling: Rear box blades are commonly used for grading and leveling surfaces, such as driveways, gravel roads, and construction sites. They can effectively distribute material, fill in low spots, and create smooth and even surfaces.


Landscaping and Construction: Rear box blades are ideal for landscaping projects, including creating level garden beds, clearing debris, and preparing the ground for seeding or sodding. In construction, they can be used for backfilling trenches and leveling areas for foundations.


Snow Removal: With the addition of optional snow accessories, such as snow wings or snow pushers, rear box blades can also be used for efficient snow removal. They can clear snow from driveways, parking lots, and sidewalks, making them a versatile year-round tool.


Benefits of Using a Rear Box Blade

Versatility: Rear box blades are highly versatile and can be used for various applications, making them a cost-effective investment. From grading and leveling to landscaping and snow removal, they offer a wide range of uses.


Precision and Control: The adjustable scarifying teeth or ripper shanks allow you to control the depth and aggressiveness of the blade, giving you precise control over the grading process. This feature ensures accurate results and reduces the need for manual labor.


Enhanced Efficiency: Rear box blades can significantly speed up grading and leveling tasks. Their wide blades cover a larger area, allowing you to accomplish more in less time. They are designed to save you time and effort, resulting in increased productivity.


Durability and Longevity: Built with robust materials, rear box blades are designed to withstand heavy use and harsh conditions. When properly maintained, they can last for years, providing reliable performance on various projects.


Factors to Consider When Choosing a Rear Box Blade

When selecting a rear box blade for your specific needs, several factors should be considered:


Blade Width: The width of the blade determines the coverage area and the efficiency of the grading process. Consider the size of your projects and the horsepower of your tractor when choosing the appropriate blade width.


Scarifier or Ripper Teeth: The number and type of scarifying teeth or ripper shanks affect the level of aggressiveness and the depth of cut. Determine the intensity of your grading needs to select the right configuration.


Hitch Compatibility: Ensure that the rear box blade you choose is compatible with your tractor's hitch system. Common hitch types include three-point hitch and category hitch systems.


Construction Quality: Look for a rear box blade made of high-quality materials, such as reinforced steel. A well-constructed blade will withstand heavy use and deliver consistent performance over time.


FAQ

Is a box blade better than a rear blade?

Rear blades are more customizable than box blades, both of  them could be used for Grading.  To say which one is better is depends you purpose.

The Rear box blade could be used for leveling Removing ruts in driveways, break up compacted ground and backfilling is also possible.  The rear box blade could not be used as snow blade, but the rear blade could.

What is a rear box blade used for?

Our Rear box blades are great for landscaping, smoothening, backfilling, grading, and so on.

Can you plow snow with a box blade?

Yes, you can. But the rear box blade is not a ideal product for the now removing. The rear blade will be better.


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