Challenge bull blade design and features
Challenge bull blades are available with root rakes allowing ripping and removal of roots. The bull blade is available in two widths and with a variety of configurations. All blades are formed from high grade steel and have a pressed mouldboard and are fitted with a replaceable bolt-on reversible cutting edge.
Three different configurations…
- The Challenge bull blade can be inverted through an adaptor on the rear of the blade. This will position the rake tines towards the ground, allowing ripping and removal of small tree and shrub roots from beneath the ground surface. Alternatively, when pushing up debris, the tines allow topsoil to be left behind.
- The Challenge bull blade can also be set up with a manual angle adjustment and a manual tilt adjustment. These are set through brackets supplied and attached to the back of the blade, allowing the operator to change from a standard configuration to either or both angle and tilt options.
- The Challenge bull blade can also be set up with a manual angle adjustment and a hydraulic tilt adjustment. The manual angle is set using the bracket supplied and attached to the back of the blade. The tilt is controlled through a hydraulic third service which the operator can control during use.