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    JD 2025 New attachment, piranha toothbar.

    After doing some research I finally decided to get the Piranha Tooth Bar. I oredered the 60" bar and it is a beast. Very easy to install and well constructed. Only complaint I had was the box it came in was totally destroyed. The teeth ripped open the entire box (cardboard) and I am very surprised it was actually delivered.

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    Last edited by RandyM; 01-31-2017 at 09:57 AM. Reason: Fixed Pic
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    Mean looking machine. You'll really like the new digging capability.

    I fixed your pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyM View Post
    Mean looking machine. You'll really like the new digging capability.

    I fixed your pic.
    Thanks for the fix I look forward to digging and ripping up the brush and saplings in the back woods. Need to let the ground thaw out a bit and snow melt away.
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    Heck I would get to work on the brush now when ground is frozen. Less mud to deal with , unless you freeze with the ground. Either way , enjoy your machine.

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    so you run the 61" bucket.. I have never used mine for digging more than loose dirt, as it came with a 49" which is close to the arms.. Be anxious to see how this words out for you.. great pic !
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    Quote Originally Posted by rowdy*rodney View Post
    Heck I would get to work on the brush now when ground is frozen. Less mud to deal with , unless you freeze with the ground. Either way , enjoy your machine.
    I hear ya but the snow is the issue this time of year.

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    Fairly easy on and off

    Quote Originally Posted by Logan View Post
    I hear ya but the snow is the issue this time of year.
    I pulled mine off when I thought we could get snow and then put it back. Surprisingly easy both ways considering that I've put a lot of pressure on it digging and cutting brush.

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    Looks great and thanks for the pic. Have fun and be safe.
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    Very nice!
    I've thought about a tooth bar but don't think I'll do enough dirt work to make it worth while.
    I am looking for a replaceable straight cutting edge though. Any ideas on where to find one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Logan View Post
    I hear ya but the snow is the issue this time of year.
    Glad to here some people still get snow on a regular basis. So far only had some flurries this year. ( I like snow )
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