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    Silver Member NCMau's Avatar
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    Default Tooth Bar Question

    I have a loader tooth bar that I have to extend about 6 inches. I need to buy a extra tooth. Does any one know a source where I can buy just a single tooth?

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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Question

    Welcome to TBN. I see you are also in NC. Are you familiar with an outfit near Winston-Salem called Leinbach Machinery? They are a treasure trove of ag supplies, implements and parts. They sell hardened, weld-on replacment tips for box blade shanks and toothbars. I bought several a while back to replace worn ones on some of my stuff. If you have a local welding shop available, they could probably fab up the stub and add it to your existing toolbar. Then you'd just need to add one of the hardened Leinbach tips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandad4 View Post
    Welcome to TBN. I see you are also in NC. Are you familiar with an outfit near Winston-Salem called Leinbach Machinery? They are a treasure trove of ag supplies, implements and parts. They sell hardened, weld-on replacment tips for box blade shanks and toothbars. I bought several a while back to replace worn ones on some of my stuff. If you have a local welding shop available, they could probably fab up the stub and add it to your existing toolbar. Then you'd just need to add one of the hardened Leinbach tips.
    I too would like to see the OP help an instate business, but individual teeth are available online if that isn't feasible.

    Here's one source.

    Dirt Works Industrial Tooth Bar, Bucket Teeth, Assembled or Build Your Own Tooth Bar


    Grandad4, where are located in the Piedmont? My farm is in Iredell County.


    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by NCMau View Post
    I have a loader tooth bar that I have to extend about 6 inches. I need to buy a extra tooth. Does any one know a source where I can buy just a single tooth?
    HI we are here in NC. Call us at 336-859-5017 and ask for Stella she would be gald to help you and maybe your close enough to not have to pay shipping.

    Thanks
    Julie
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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Question

    This is "funny". I recently called Markham / Gator about a similar question.

    I had a 54" bucket and Markham toothbar on my "old" 790 tractor and now have a 60" bucket on my current tractor. I wanted to purchase 6" of bar and a tooth to extend the "old" bar and do a "makeover" for my new tractor.

    You guys told me you would NOT sell parts for this purpose....at which time I bought a new tooth bar from you and let the old one go with the sale of my 790.

    I just didn't feel like fooling around with it either....as I lack a proper welder to get deep penetration and a torch to do the required rework.....but I was considering letting a welding shop do the makeover. MY POINT IS.....YOU NEED TO BE CONSISTANT IN WHAT YOU SAY TO PEOPLE!!!

    YOU (I dont remember the names...cause they all sound alike...but it was NOT Melissa) also gave me some bad advice about the number of teeth.....and now I have one less tooth on my tooth bar than what I had planned on. I can chalk that up to my bad judgment for listening to an in-experienced response over the phone....but then I see this response and it lights my fuse.

    I understand why our Canadian friend here at TBN is unhappy with your advice at gator....I aint too happy with you either....especially when you vary your answers...cost me money....and I get less than I planned for.
    Last edited by foggy1111; 12-07-2010 at 10:04 AM. Reason: clarify info
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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Question

    Thanks Steve. It looks like the tooth at Dirty Works will fit my bar nicely. I will place an order shortly. It is a great website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NCMau View Post
    Thanks Steve. It looks like the tooth at Dirty Works will fit my bar nicely. I will place an order shortly. It is a great website.
    I should have mentioned that I don't have any personal experience with those folks, but I too have been impressed by their site.

    Let us know how it works out for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smstonypoint View Post
    Grandad4, where are located in the Piedmont?
    Hi, Steve. Nice to hear from you. We live in Greensboro and have some property north of town. Not enough to call it a real working farm... but it is still enough to keep me very busy. Hope you have a great Christmas!

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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Question

    SO sorry, I was not here at that time so I am not sure whom you talked to or what went on. Glad you got it all worked out.

    But yes we do sell replacement teeth or a tooth....lol. We also sell couplings. I can tell you that other parts are a little different and it would depend on the situation or if I have enough in stock that I can let go of some.

    Again sorry .....

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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Question

    I had a similar problem with my toothbar... called when Melissa was still there, and as usual she took care of me and agreed to send a piece of cutting edge which is what I needed to lengthen my toothbar. She was so helpful and nice to deal with that I also priced and ordered a grapple from her at the same time! Not so sure the response would be the same since the Markhams have left.
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