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    Piranha Tooth Bar?

    The wife and I are buying 2 3/4 acres and are due to close mid Oct. My wife works for JD so we are in process of buying a 1025R. We are getting the loader and a 60" deck.

    Question: this property has a lot of vines and small brush, has anyone put a piranha cutting bar on their bucket?

    P.S. Lots of great info here!
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    Welcome to GTT, I made your question a new thread, it was not really relevant to the one you posted in.
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    I would take a wild guess that at least half the 1-series owners here have one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by milligjg View Post
    The wife and I are buying 2 3/4 acres and are due to close mid Oct. My wife works for JD so we are in process of buying a 1025R. We are getting the loader and a 60" deck.

    Question: this property has a lot of vines and small brush, has anyone put a piranha cutting bar on their bucket?

    P.S. Lots of great info here!
    Congrats on your purchase, time will stand still while you wait!!
    Up near the right hand corner type piranha and you will get this!!! Lots of information, some may even be useful! (I kid!!!!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    I would take a wild guess that at least half the 1-series owners here have one.

    And a lot of us 2-series owners too!


    It's an awesome add on. As simple as it is, it turns digging with that loader into a whole new ball game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    And a lot of us 2-series owners too!


    It's an awesome add on. As simple as it is, it turns digging with that loader into a whole new ball game.
    I outfitted my tractor in the dark ages - before thngs like Piranha and Ken’s hooks existed.
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    The piranha bar is probably the best attachment on the market today for grubbing up light brush and vegetation in my opinion. I have one on my 420 FEL on my JD 4310 and use it constantly for grubbing out autumn olive and small jack pines on the property.

    I have a grapple and the tooth bar is much faster and easier to uproot brush with to the point where I remove all the brush with the tooth bar and then go back with the grapple later to collect all the uprooted brush for disposal. Honestly if I would have gotten the piranha bar first I highly doubt I would have ever bought a grapple.
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    Piranha tooth bar is one of the best aftermarket parts i installed on my tractor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by milligjg View Post
    The wife and I are buying 2 3/4 acres and are due to close mid Oct. My wife works for JD so we are in process of buying a 1025R. We are getting the loader and a 60" deck.

    Question: this property has a lot of vines and small brush, has anyone put a piranha cutting bar on their bucket?

    P.S. Lots of great info here!
    Probably a better question would be, who hasn't put one on?!
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