Piranha Toothbar vs. Heavy Hitch Toothbar
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    Piranha Toothbar vs. Heavy Hitch Toothbar

    Hello Everyone, new to the forum and tractor world here. I have tried searching but could not find any real comparisons. Anyone have any suggestions as to which toothbar is universally better? I know there is a tool for every job but I am looking to get something that I can leave on the bucket while doing basic FEL tasks. I am just really looking for someone who has experience with both and what they prefer. I have seen TTWT's youtube video's on heavy hitch but would like to comparisons on both.

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    There are dozens of threads on each tooth bar - do a search in the implement section. This is the sub-compact section.

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    Those two toothbars are so different, they each would be better at different tasks,,

    comparing them is like comparing an adjustable pipe wrench to a pair of Vise Grips,,
    each will do something better, neither is "best" at everything.,,,
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    Dealing with brush? Use Piranha. Rocks? Use HH.
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    Super happy with my WR Long toothbar, good for rocks and general loader work.
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