Thanks for that report, my finger is on the trigger for a Piranha bar before frost out.View attachment 25855
I bought a 72" for my 73" bucket on my 3320. I have had it 2 years and it is holding up like new yet. To put it simply I love it! I would never buy anything else. I've used it to clear a few small fields and expand my trails in the woods. The teeth grab small brush and saplings and plucks them out of the ground pretty well. I am in soil that is a bit sandy. The blade digs into the ground and dirt piles very well. I had some dirt piles dumped in a field when my town was ditching by the roadway. These piles sat for several years. I couldn't dig into these things with just my bucket. The tooth bar made it as easy as can be. I've dug out large rocks and a few stumps. The teeth have held up very well. None are bent or chipped after all of the work I have done. You can also back drag with it and leave a smooth surface.
I'm home all day and evening.....will be happy to run by, pick it up to install my tractor.....I'll even write a review so you know how well it works.Mine was delivered today. Don't think I'll be home in time to install it tonight, but it will be on there tomorrow for sure.
A lot of aftermarket companies put a ton of time and engineering into their products to make sure they work, fit physically, and are an even match to the capabilities of the machine they go on. It takes a lot of research time, and funds to really hammer out what add ons are possible, needed, how to build them and how to sell them. Items like tooth bars are fairly generic, but specialized stuff like light guards and model specific items are where it really gets tricky. Sometimes it's just better for a company to decide they're going to be the top notch aftermarket builder for X brand and focus on that.Thanks, got one on the way.
I never quite understood why an aftermarket bucket accessory company would specialize in just one brand.