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  1. #1
    Platinum Member Molerj's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Eastern Ohio
    JD 955, 1978 Economy Power King, JD X500

    Default Another toothbar question

    I found a toothbar for my JD 955 60" bucket at a friends tractor business. It is 66" long,
    but I should be able to cut it down & weld it back together to make it fit. He wants 140.00
    for it so that would be a pretty good savings for the extra work. On this toothbar the
    teeth look to be slipped over a stub & have a driven pin holding them on. Is this how most
    of the toothbars are made? Are the ones from Carver made this way or like the ones that
    I've seen that were for a skid steer loader that had solid teeth that were welded right on the bar.
    Those are considerably heavier & probably too heavy for my tractor. Hope you can understand
    what I mean.

  2. #2
    Veteran Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2001
    Monkton, Vermont
    NH TC33D Modified with belly pan, limb risers & FOPS for work in the woods

    Default Re: Another toothbar question

    Woods sells toothbars made both ways. Their Heavy Duty toothbar has replaceable teeth (and will fit on over a replacable cutting edge), the standard one has welded on teeth.

  3. #3
    Platinum Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2002
    South West Pa/Greene county

    Default Re: Another toothbar question

    The toothbar I got has the replaceable teeth. I paid $303. $140 would definitly be worth the extra work.

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