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    Edge Tamers/Bucket/Forks

    Just in case you were wondering, you can still move around your forks with your 53Ē bucket with your Edge Tamers installed.

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    Edge Tamers/Bucket/Forks

    Understood. I use my forks and my bucket for just about everything I do. Iíll either carry the bucket on my forks or Iíll grab at the Forks with my bucket. First time I grabbed the forks with the Tamers installed. Was pleasantly surprised.
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    For moving stuff around they have extenders for the Edge Tamers also -

    https://r2manufacturing.com/products/edge-extender

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2032Ranger View Post
    Understood. I use my forks and my bucket for just about everything I do. Iíll either carry the bucket on my forks or Iíll grab at the Forks with my bucket. First time I grabbed the forks with the Tamers installed. Was pleasantly surprised.
    Ok, I'm stealing that! I have always been taking the bucket off, sitting it on the forks, then, attaching the forks, etc. This will be MUCH faster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tractor Tim View Post
    Ok, I'm stealing that! I have always been taking the bucket off, sitting it on the forks, then, attaching the forks, etc. This will be MUCH faster.

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    TTWTís last YouTube video demonstrated how to use the bucket level indicator. Thanks for that, Tim. But a level bucket doesnít necessarily mean level Edge Tamers. Iíll level my Tamers on level surface then mark the indicator with a sharpie. After dumping a bucket of snow, with the loader upright, I can easily getír back to exact level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2032Ranger View Post
    TTWTís last YouTube video demonstrated how to use the bucket level indicator. Thanks for that, Tim. But a level bucket doesnít necessarily mean level Edge Tamers. Iíll level my Tamers on level surface then mark the indicator with a sharpie. After dumping a bucket of snow, with the loader upright, I can easily getír back to exact level.
    I do the same thing but without any marks - just a tad forward of level.

    Iím not so much worried about the tamers being level as I donít want the rear of the bucket on the ground. Since having my edge tamers I have noticed my driveway is much better not compacting the snow with the bucket.

    With the bucket exactly level the rear of the bucket is on the ground - at least I think it is. Bumping it forward a notch keeps it up and I donít get the compacted snow which turns to ice pack quickly.
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