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    Default Tooth Bar Pricing Guide

    **********************Tooth Bars for Loader Buckets
    For installation on 42 inch wide loader buckets that have a welded cutting
    edge ... $254. plus UPS ship cost

    For installation on 48 inch wide loader buckets that have a welded cutting edge ... $259. plus UPS ship cost

    For installation on 54 inch wide loader buckets that have a welded cutting edge ... $265. plus UPS ship cost

    For installation on 56 inch wide loader buckets that have a welded cutting edge ... $269. plus UPS ship cost

    For installation on 60 inch wide loader buckets that have a welded cutting edge ... $275. plus UPS ship cost

    For installation on 66 inch wide loader buckets that have a welded cutting edge ... $295. plus UPS ship cost

    For installation on 72 inch wide loader buckets that have a welded cutting edge ... $310. plus UPS ship cost

    order or info .. email tooth_bars@carverequipment.com


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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Pricing Guide

    Received my tooth bar today from Carver for my B21. Nice hardware, fair price, fits like a glove. Good folks to deal with.[img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img][img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

    Al


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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Pricing Guide

    I didn't get my tooth bar from Steve, but I wish I did. I paid about $50 more.[img]/w3tcompact/icons/frown.gif[/img]


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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Pricing Guide

    Received my Toothbar Monday from Carver. Installed it after grinding some of the welds that hold bucket front edge on. Can't wait until weekend to use it on a couple of projects.[img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]



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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Pricing Guide

    Steve--can the teeth be replaced on these bars and if so, how are the teeth held on? Mike_S


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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Pricing Guide

    Tooth shanks are welded at equal spacing across the length of the tooth-bar.

    The cutting tips slip over the shank and held in place with a pin

    They are easy to remove/replace.
    See attachment.

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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Pricing Guide

    That looks like a Long toothbar - if so, I can certainly vouch for its strength, durability, and ease of use. It's an excellent product.

    MarkC

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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Pricing Guide

    I picked-up my toothbar earlier this year from Steve and I only had to round-out a hole on my bucket another 1/4" and the bar fit like a glove too.
    The tooth bar is very heavy duty and does have replaceable teeth. The bar can really chew-up some ground/roots/stumps.
    Thanks again Steve....

    gary


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    Default Re: Tooth Bar Pricing Guide

    Mark
    It is a Long. Carver didn't have one in stock for my bucket. Long shipped it direct to my home.[img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]




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    10-4, thanks...
    I can't remember a complaint about the toothbars or wear blades in the past 10 years.
    We are pleased to offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee as well.


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