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    Hi:
    New (to me) B7610 and I want a tooth bar. My search here on these forums suggests that the WR Long is the way to go. I checked them out at EverythingAttachments.com and find that the ftb48 fits a 44 to 54 inch bucket if I read the information correctly. My bucket is roughly 49 inches. Then a series of pictures shows the steps to bolt this on. i don't understand how, for instance a 48 inch long bar bolts into a 49 inch bucket. What about the gap at either end? Or are these bars made individually and the price quote is for all those from 44 to 54 inches, and the product number is simply ftb48? Finally, does anyone have any other suggestions for tooth bars? Thanks.

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    A tooth bar is a great addition, you'll love it.
    Price and shipping costs (they are heavy, mine is 130 lbs) seem to vary somewhat by location, so look around. Add both to find total cost to you.
    I'd look at local tractor dealers. I found mine at a JD dealer locally, thus no shipping, just local travel time/fuel.
    It's about an inch shorter than the bucket width. Centered, that's about half an inch. Slip a couple of washers on the bolts and it's a tight slip fit, never a problem. Benefit is you can measure your bucket and the toothbar yourself and not rely on someone else's measurement.
    I installed mine so I can remove it or "flip it up" if I wish. In several years, have flipped it once. Removed it maybe twice.

    Call everythingattachments, good folks, can answer your questions, provide good advice.
    Joy is having the tools you need and needing the tools you have!

    Kubota 5030 HSTC, BB, Danueser PHD, LA853 QA HD FEL w JD toothbar, 3pt chisel, 3 pt disk, 6' shredder, Kubota FEL hay spike, 3pt hay fork w carryall, Kubota RTV 1140

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    I thought that was a wierd way to describe the fit application also.
    Too much variance in width and you want a precise fit.
    I decided to build my own wear bar and will make my own tooth bar too.
    Lost sales due to poor marketing. (good product or not)
    Nobody wants to spend money on something they are not sure it will fit the way they want it to.
    If you confuse people from the getgo they aren't going to come back.
    Good luck
    2012 JD 2320, HOMEMADE CANOPY, 54" FRONT BLADE, 54" MID DECK MOWER, HYDRAULIC ANGLE 60" REAR BLADE, QUICK HITCH, STAINLESS FRONT MOUNT SPRAY TANK W/BOOM, 200CX LOADER W/ 61" BUCKET, HOMEMADE BALLAST BOX,HOMEMADE BUCKET GRAPPLE
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    I have the "landscaping" tooth bar on my BX25 from EZ Attachments. Bolts on to both sides of loader bucket and is very solid. It lives on my BX until winter time when I remove it to play in the snow. As stated above, it too was pricey due to shipping to Newfoundland, but well, well worth it.

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    I have a Long tooth bar and it fits in there snug. Think your reading too much in this.
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    Most places that sell tooth bars want a measurement inside your bucket a certain distance back from the cutting edge on the bucket. This give the exact width of the bucket at the bolt on point. Contact anyone selling them and get the requirements and then they can build you one to fit perfectly.

    You want one that has removable teeth and not one with cutout of steel plate teeth. I have seen those advertised that look like square bar stock welded to a piece of flatbar stock, cheap but not that good on durability of wear.
    2010 LS P-7010C 20F/20R gear tractor & FEL, 2009 Kubota B 26 TLB, RTV 900 Kubota,17 foot Lund boat with 70HP motor, 2012-20 ft 12k GVW trailer, 2011- 52" Craftsman ZTR mower, 2013 Ferris Zero Turn, 3 weed whackers, pressure washer, leaf blowers, 7 foot bush hog, 8 foot landscape rake , 8 foot 3 PH disc, 2 row cultivator, 350 amp Miller AC/DC welding machine and all the tools needed to keep them all repaired and running.

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    I added a tooth bar to my tractor and selected the WR Long product. I purchased it from a local dealer and I did call multiple dealers for a competitive price.

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    I suggest you measure the inside width of the bucket and subtract 1/2 to 5/8ths inch. This will make it easy to install and remove. You can use washers as spacers between the tooth bar and bucket.
    Tooth bars are mighty handy...you'll want ballast on the 3PH to get the most benefit out of the tooth bar.
    Roy Jackson

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    Take a look at Markham bars. They are well made, of quality components.
    I have a 352 bucket on my 7610, and the Markham bar fit precisely without spacers or adjustment of any kind.
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