I was pushing snow with the back blade and tore it up nothing but good. Guess that ole suburban torque was just too much for the Craftsman back blade. Well, that and it didn't help I rammed a railroad tie. I was trying to push snow up and over and was a little late raising blade. The blade just caught the top of the RR tie and tractor pushed the blade down at an angle thus bending and breaking mounts.
I make the declaration that snow is over for this winter, I'm outta salt and I broke my blade
How would you guys fix this? I am thinking of removing the flat bracket, using some thick angle instead to mount to upper box mount which will help prevent bending and I can bolt down through top also. Then I can weld the 2 flat bar from hitch to that also putting in some short piece of angle iron on the angle to new piece. Maybe weld a piece of angle lengthwise on the flat bars too from hitch to new piece.