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    Who has the Piranha Tooth Bar and 53" bucket?

    On the BXpanded site, they list it as a 54" tooth bar??? Whats up with that? Are you happy with it?

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    I emailed them this was their reply:

    Yes, that is the correct one. JD refers to the bucket as 54” in some places and 53” in others. It’s actually about 53 ˝.
    I just ordered one.

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    Thank you kindly. I'm about to order one myself then.

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    my cousin got one last year and loves it. Digs great cuts off saplings at will and pretty tough, he's hard on stuff. when I get a tooth bar for mine it will likely be the piranha
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    I bought a 72" for my 73" bucket on my 3320. I have had it 2 years and it is holding up like new yet. To put it simply I love it! I would never buy anything else. I've used it to clear a few small fields and expand my trails in the woods. The teeth grab small brush and saplings and plucks them out of the ground pretty well. I am in soil that is a bit sandy. The blade digs into the ground and dirt piles very well. I had some dirt piles dumped in a field when my town was ditching by the roadway. These piles sat for several years. I couldn't dig into these things with just my bucket. The tooth bar made it as easy as can be. I've dug out large rocks and a few stumps. The teeth have held up very well. None are bent or chipped after all of the work I have done. You can also back drag with it and leave a smooth surface.
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    I bought a 72" for my 73" bucket on my 3320. I have had it 2 years and it is holding up like new yet. To put it simply I love it! I would never buy anything else. I've used it to clear a few small fields and expand my trails in the woods. The teeth grab small brush and saplings and plucks them out of the ground pretty well. I am in soil that is a bit sandy. The blade digs into the ground and dirt piles very well. I had some dirt piles dumped in a field when my town was ditching by the roadway. These piles sat for several years. I couldn't dig into these things with just my bucket. The tooth bar made it as easy as can be. I've dug out large rocks and a few stumps. The teeth have held up very well. None are bent or chipped after all of the work I have done. You can also back drag with it and leave a smooth surface.
    Thanks for that report, my finger is on the trigger for a Piranha bar before frost out.
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    I think it will be my next purchase also for my little green monster. I could use it at my hunting property and at home.
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    After I bought my 2012 tractor the first thing I did was to try and dig into the dirt piles the town left me while they ditched. I couldn't scratch those piles with just the bucket. I looked on the internet and priced some out. Somehow I ran across the the Piranha and one user said it worked great for removing brush which caught my eye seeing as I had some work on my trails to do as well.

    I did more research and I found several other reviews and I couldn't find a negative word said about the Piranha. I called Piranha and the owner answered. He was very pleasant and informative. He had that tooth bar in my hands with in 7 days. Great product, great price, great customer service = a happy tractor owner!
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    Mine was delivered today. Don't think I'll be home in time to install it tonight, but it will be on there tomorrow for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    Mine was delivered today. Don't think I'll be home in time to install it tonight, but it will be on there tomorrow for sure.
    I'm home all day and evening.....will be happy to run by, pick it up to install my tractor.....I'll even write a review so you know how well it works.
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