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    Default Cutting edge for loader bucket..

    Does anyone have a replaceable cutting edge, (not tooth bar), on their loader bucket? I see holes along the edge of my bucket and I assume there must be a replaceable cutting edge. Does anyone have one and if so what should I expect to pay for one?
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    Default Re: Cutting edge for loader bucket..

    Yes I bought one for my CT445.

    Bolt-on 74" cutting edge, $229 when I purchased the tractor (May 2011)

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    Default Re: Cutting edge for loader bucket..

    You can also weld on cutting edges.

    Makes it easier to find the thickness and width you want.

    The stuff is not cheap!
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    I used a cutting edge off a fisher plow. Welded it to the original. It will last a long time and it added a lot of strength to the bucket

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    Default Re: Cutting edge for loader bucket..

    I bought one with my 72" HD Roundback bucket on a kubota and I think the cost was $250 and I took it off for a tooth bar and it sits in the corner of the garage. Brady Barlow told me I didn't need it but I wouldn't listen.
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    Default Re: Cutting edge for loader bucket..

    That sounds good, really would save on the bucket when scraping snow from paved driveway. Something else to put on the got to get list.
    Bobcat CT230, 7TL loader bob tach, RC2060 cutter, bb2060 box blade.

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    Default Re: Cutting edge for loader bucket..

    I would not be with out a cutting edge. My tractor was slightly used, 160 /190 hours on it.

    Bucket edge was already showing a lot of wear. I use it pretty hard, lots of rock & gravel and edge would have been gone in another 200 hours. Good chance the bucket would have been bent as well.

    In keeping things simple a hole was burned through the bucket & hard edge to bolt a trailer on. Easy to install or remove.
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    Default Re: Cutting edge for loader bucket..

    Quote Originally Posted by ttriff View Post
    Yes I bought one for my CT445.

    Bolt-on 74" cutting edge, $229 when I purchased the tractor (May 2011)
    I purchased the same one for the same price about two weeks ago.

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    Default Re: Cutting edge for loader bucket..

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/a...e-335teeth.jpg

    Bobcat offers a bolt-on tooth kit that works nicely in those holes.
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    Default Re: Cutting edge for loader bucket..

    Quote Originally Posted by fbiwrench View Post
    Does anyone have a replaceable cutting edge, (not tooth bar), on their loader bucket? I see holes along the edge of my bucket and I assume there must be a replaceable cutting edge. Does anyone have one and if so what should I expect to pay for one?
    I have one, I got it from my dealer.
    I do not remember for sure but I think it was in the $180 range.

    Sure helps protect the bucket!

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