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    Quote Originally Posted by MRedshaw View Post
    I have to brag on this thing again. I have a bunch of hedge on my place and I absolutely hate hedge. I'm leaving some of the bigger ones away from the house, but the ones close are going.

    This sucker (about 15' tall or so) was one of my sacrifices. This tooth bar and tractor ripped at least 10' of root out. Took me less than 10 minutes to get it out and in the burn pile.

    Impressed as hell with this tooth bar.

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    Which tooth bar should I order

    Hello gang.
    I've decided to order one of HH's toothbars and before I do I wanted to ask a couple of questions to facilitate the order.
    First off, I just bought the 2032r with the 220r loader and the standard 57" bucket. I know I could ask on the website but the problem there is that my computer can not log onto their site. I keep getting the (Cannot find Site message) so I can't order online. I know it's a problem with a setting on my desktop, Win XP Pro because I was able to get on with my laptop after a message came up about a security setting.

    So I'll just order it with my WIN 7 laptop but first I need to know which length bar to get for the 57 inch standard bucket and if I should get the heavy duty one or the standard one. I prefer the heavy duty model and I would like to know what the shipping cost would be. I think it would be better to order it online instead of over the phone. Which is why I came to the experts here for help. I'm pretty sure they know what I need at HH, but I like to have all the info ahead of time.

    What else might I need to know to get it right the first time?
    Thanks to all that reply. DD


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    You'll want to order the TB577-G model toothbar. The 57" will fit your bucket perfectly. Be sure to have a 5/16" allen wrench (I recommend a socket style) to tighten the set screws to around 40 ft pounds and you're ready to dig in! You can order online or give me a call, I'll be glad to help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavy Hitch View Post
    You'll want to order the TB577-G model toothbar. The 57" will fit your bucket perfectly. Be sure to have a 5/16" allen wrench (I recommend a socket style) to tighten the set screws to around 40 ft pounds and you're ready to dig in! You can order online or give me a call, I'll be glad to help!
    Greg
    Thanks Greg, I will be ordering soon.
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