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    Piranha Toothbar

    When I decided to buy a new SSQA bucket, I went with a 54" wide bucket specifically for heavy dirt work.

    Since I have several areas that I am still clearing saplings from and based on the reviews of others, I decided to try the Piranha bar.

    It sure is one stout hunk of metal!

    While I do have an opportunity to get it dirty this weekend, it will be a couple weeks before I can really put it to the test.
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    Taking the easy way is what makes rivers and men crooked.

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    very nice rtgt.
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    You don't leave home with out your piranha bar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rtgt View Post
    When I decided to buy a new SSQA bucket, I went with a 54" wide bucket specifically for heavy dirt work.

    Since I have several areas that I am still clearing saplings from and based on the reviews of others, I decided to try the Piranha bar.

    It sure is one stout hunk of metal!

    While I do have an opportunity to get it dirty this weekend, it will be a couple weeks before I can really put it to the test.
    rtgt-holy smokes, did u even wax the inside of ur bucket and that new bar already!!it looks good!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Jim 55 View Post
    rtgt-holy smokes, did u even wax the inside of ur bucket and that new bar already!!it looks good!!
    It is a brand new bucket.

    Hopefully tomorrow I will get the chance to get it dirty.


    So far all I've done is drill holes in it!
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    Wheres the best place to get one of these Piranha tooth bars?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chester7 View Post
    Wheres the best place to get one of these Piranha tooth bars?
    Piranha Tooth Bar
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