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    Super Member jerrybob's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrybob View Post
    I just put a Piranha tooth bar on my Yanmar 186D yesterday. Well made....easy to install....looks mean! Custom made for my bucket....less than $300 w/shipping across the country. Harry was a pleasure to deal with. Haven't worked it hard yet but I am sure it will do all the clearing and digging I need. God luck however you go.
    Got some play time today and tried out my new Piranha tooth bar. Works great.....great for digging and brush clearing. Really well made.....the thing is a beast. This tooth bar is worth every penny....a great addition to the tractor.l
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrybob View Post

    Got some play time today and tried out my new Piranha tooth bar. Works great.....great for digging and brush clearing. Really well made.....the thing is a beast. This tooth bar is worth every penny....a great addition to the tractor.l
    We have one on our kubota B2320 and the difference in digging and other excavatory uses is night and day, and our Yankee Warehouse chainon forks fit right over it.

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    Platinum Member deezler's Avatar
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    Default Re: Help me pick a toothbar!

    Just ordered the Iowa Farm Equipment tooth bar off ebay. Can't wait for the ground to thaw so I can start DIGGING!

    No disrespect to the Piranha, it looks awesome too. I just wanted fewer teeth for more digging contact pressure, longer protrusion off the front bucket edge, something I can hang a chain off, etc.

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    Platinum Member deezler's Avatar
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    Default Re: Help me pick a toothbar!

    Because everyone likes pics.





    And I was glad to learn that my pallet forks fit over the tooth bar nicely.



    The thaw is upon us! I might even start digging this weekend.

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    Default Re: Help me pick a toothbar!

    NOW you're digging it!
    Joy is having the tools you need and needing the tools you have!

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    Default Re: Help me pick a toothbar!

    Good choice. Comes in handy for popping those big (and small) rocks. Here's some I "gathered" up over the past few days as I was clearing poison oak with the B21.

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    Platinum Member deezler's Avatar
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    Default Re: Help me pick a toothbar!

    Dang! I wish I had rocks like that to gather. My property is mostly a sand bar devoid of rocks. I like rocks, they add character to the land. Landscaping, places to sit, mountain biking obstacles, etc.

    Around here it costs a few hundred bucks each for those bigger ones...

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    Default Re: Help me pick a toothbar!

    If you had them, someone would probably steal them..... mine were.
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    bigtiller, someone stole some big rocks like that from you? Wow.
    LS U5030C w/FEL, Bush Hog 307, Modern 7' industrial grade box blade w/hydraulic rippers, Rhino SPHD PHD, 48" Wildkat grapple, 72" Ratchet Rake, 6' King Kutter II tiller, 10' International Disk with hydraulic lift, 7' Vulcan double axle cultipacker, 76" W.R. Long bucket tooth bar.

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    Platinum Member deezler's Avatar
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    Default Re: Help me pick a toothbar!

    Yeah I have heard of boulder theft before too, but I don't quite understand it. I mean, you need to pull up with a truck and trailer big enough to carry a loader and have room for the rocks, too! And be bold enough to unload your heavy equipment, drive it around on someone else's property, scooping and stealing their rocks. Crazy.

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