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    New Tooth Bar!

    I dropped by my JD dealer today and picked up my new tooth bar. I've never used one before but have a lot of jobs planned for it come spring when the new house construction starts. Here are a few pics...
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    I don't use mine often; but I'm glad I have it when I have to do any digging. Good deal on getting one for yourself.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    New Tooth Bar!

    That's one rugged toothbar! Looks familiar too.

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    You won't be disappointed! On KenneyD's suggestion, I bought a Markham, (NLA). It's one of the best additions that I bought, . It was invaluable during my Barn project and will help in your house project......~Scotty

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    I agree with the above. I use mine all the time and it was the second best thing I've added to the tractor (the first was the quick hitch).
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    Looks great, you will find a ton of uses for it, even if it is just to extend the leading edge of the bucket a bit, which makes carrying things easier.
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    I've been wondering, are these any good for "ripping" ice? Lot of graders use something similar to grove the dirt roads after a good nite of freezing rain.

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    I don't know if they're any good at ripping ice; but the general consensus is to remove them when doing snow removal work.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    I don't know if they're any good at ripping ice; but the general consensus is to remove them when doing snow removal work.

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    ElWood,
    Is that a 61" bucket? I'm trying to decide if I should go with a 73" heavy duty on a 3720 or if the 61" HD is enough. Thanks for posting these pics.

    John

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