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    Just got my tooth bar

    I was suprised when it took two men to unload it from the fedex truck. I got this clamp on tooth bar from IAM manufacturing. tractor bucket toothbar It is much more heavier than I expected and built real tough. It has seven teeth (five replaceble) that measure 2-1/4" x 5" each. Oversized clamp down cap bolts to hold it on. I didn't get to try it yet due to being too late. so here's some pics. I'll post how well it works when I get a chance to use it. Thanks for lookin
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    Quote Originally Posted by KHOP View Post
    I was suprised when it took two men to unload it from the fedex truck. I got this clamp on tooth bar from IAM manufacturing. tractor bucket toothbar It is much more heavier than I expected and built real tough. It has seven teeth (five replaceble) that measure 2-1/4" x 5" each. Oversized clamp down cap bolts to hold it on. I didn't get to try it yet due to being too late. so here's some pics. I'll post how well it works when I get a chance to use it. Thanks for lookin
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    Nice looking piece KHOP...Your shop is sweet looking too!
    2012 1026R, 60D Auto-Connect MMM with mechanical lift, H120 FEL, Frontier RC2048 Rotary Cutter and my trusty Stihl FS55 grass and weed pulverizer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lreagan12 View Post
    Nice looking piece KHOP...Your shop is sweet looking too!
    X2 and then some. Sure looks ruthless.
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    What size did you order?
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    Toothbar

    I ordered the 51-1/2" for my 54" bucket. That is the closest you can get stock. I happen to get it for free shipping since all the other items on thier other site offered the same. KHOP
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    Nice! My 72" JD toothbar weighs more than the bucket itself..... I have only taken it off once and it was not fun to put back on. Its built for skid steers and way over built for my use.



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    KHOP,

    Nice...it looks very well built and agressive.

    Will you leave on year round or as needed? How much time do you think it would take to remove or put back on if you do no leave it on all the time?


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    Hey Lost, it is very easy to remove, just loosen the clamp bolts and it slips off. I will take it off soon after I dig up my yard. KHOP

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    Yes, real nice. Now I want one. Actually, I'm doing a lot of digging but my box blade is making it possible, one of these would make it a lot easier.
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