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  1. For Sale
    46.5" Tooth Bar for sale, manufactured by IAM. 6 replaceable teeth and simple clamp-on design. Worked fine on my 120R loader/bucket but I find I'm not using it as much since I got a grapple for my 1025R. Only used a handful of times. No shipping as it weighs a lot. Pickup in Massachusetts at...
  2. Implements & Attachments
    Hi Guys, I wanted to share the following video from my first real time doing loader work. A lot of people are curious about bucket toothbars so I thought it might be of interest to see both in action in the same soil conditions. I also had to use the AV20F grapple to get a lot of rocks out of...
  3. Implements & Attachments
    Ordered a 1025R with a 120R loader (53" bucket) and 54" mowing deck. The tractor will not be delivered until 2 weeks. However, I wanted to order the Heavy Hitch Tooth Bar. I know that in their website there is a video on how to measure the bucket to get the right kind (i.e., heavy duty vs...
  4. Implements & Attachments
    I unbox and test out a Heavy Hitch tooth bar. Check it out below.:greentractorride: John Deere 1025r: Reverse Tooth Fairy - YouTube
  5. Implements & Attachments
    I've browsed the forums for 2-3 months now and haven't come to a solid conclusion of which is better for my task. Below are some pictures of what I need to do. I have a lot of brush, overgrowth, and dead trees to cleanup in about 2 acres of land. I don't have any kind of bar on my bucket on my...
  6. Implements & Attachments
    I initially posted this question on TBN but figured since I have joined the rest of you greene blooded operators, I should really be asking here. I just purchased a '15 JD 1025R TLB and am trying to determine which tooth bar I should purchase given my application. I have probably 1.5 acres of...
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