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    Quote Originally Posted by blue87fj60 View Post
    Question...
    Will these go over a Expanded tooth bar? Or in between the points at least?
    These will not fit on my 61" HD bucket with JD tooth bar in place due to the thick crossbar that the shanks are welded to. The Expanded tooth bar may be a different story through. That being said only two bolts removes the tooth bar.
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    I don't think they will fit over any toothbar Joe.
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    They likely will not. Two notes though:

    1.) There is a template on the FAQ of R2 Manufacturing's website: FAQ | R2 Manufacturing, look under "I have a large bucket, will they fit?". If you follow the instructions, you'll have a definitive yes or no.

    2.) If they don't fit, for next season we plan on introducing a set that fits over double bolt-on edges and tooth bars. This is one of our most common requests, but we've been too busy this season to make them!

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    I don't think they will fit over any toothbar Joe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheR2Guys View Post
    They likely will not. Two notes though:

    1.) There is a template on the FAQ of R2 Manufacturing's website: FAQ | R2 Manufacturing, look under "I have a large bucket, will they fit?". If you follow the instructions, you'll have a definitive yes or no.

    2.) If they don't fit, for next season we plan on introducing a set that fits over double bolt-on edges and tooth bars. This is one of our most common requests, but we've been too busy this season to make them!
    I like that answer.
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    Printed out that pattern.
    Have to dig my bucket out of snow this week to check if it will fit over BXpanded toothy bar.
    But I will gladly be a guinea pig for your new longer tooth bar model when you get one welded up.
    To me, it's too much hassle to remove tooth bar all the time. Easier to bolt and unbolt a modified Edge Tamer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blue87fj60 View Post
    Printed out that pattern.
    Have to dig my bucket out of snow this week to check if it will fit over BXpanded toothy bar.
    But I will gladly be a guinea pig for your new longer tooth bar model when you get one welded up.
    To me, it's too much hassle to remove tooth bar all the time. Easier to bolt and unbolt a modified Edge Tamer.
    What I am doing is leave my tooth bar on for the warmer months, then in late fall when I switch over to winter mode, I remove the tooth bar and install the Edge Tamers (even though I haven't had to plow any snow yet). 10 minute change over at the most in fall and spring.

    Also I need my straight cutting edge sometimes in winter - like last week when I had to scrape some semi-frozen slush from the ice packed driveway (with Edge Tamers removed).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Well, two for me worked perfectly on my 54" bucket:
    Attachment 120177

    Sorry, not many pictures again-it was just to nasty out to take the phone/camera...I'll try today. The two Tamers allowed the bucket to glide across the driveway and more so the grass where I was trying to keep clear for the new puppy, absolutely no gouging or tearing up the turf like would have happened if I'd used the bucket without them. I will remove them later today and scrape the (paved) driveway clean, but these would really excel for anyone with a gravel or stone driveway.
    Are your tamers 3 or 4" Kenny
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdtwnshp View Post
    are your tamers 3 or 4" kenny
    3" jdt.
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    Thanks for the pictures Kenny.👍 Quite a lot of snow to move and you're a good man helping out your neighbor.

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