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    Silver Member drifter2518's Avatar
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    MF GC2400 that replaced retired CC 2518 and retired CC 2160

    Default Toothbar for GC2400

    Anyone using the AGCO toothbar part number 4239009 sold for $207 on their GC2400? Is it worth the money? Thanks
    MF GC 2400, FEL, 60"MMM ,Woods RB60 back blade. Life is sweet.

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    Elite Member Don87's Avatar
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    Massey Ferguson GC2400

    Default Re: Toothbar for GC2400

    Didn't know that AGCO made one, and I can't find it on a parts lookup.

    I've looked at these:

    http://www.berlon.com/botb.php#

    http://www.wrlonginc.com/FTB.htm
    Don

    MF GC2400, FEL, 60in.MMM, 5ft. Cultivator, Single Bottom Plow, Bush Hog RTC48 tiller, MF 2360 front mount snowblower, 5ft backblade. BXpanded Piranha toothbar.

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    Silver Member drifter2518's Avatar
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    Default Re: Toothbar for GC2400

    Go to agcopartsbooks.com click MF, click parts books, click material handling, click mounted loaders, click DL100 loader, in left column 4th listing from bottom. Shows 7 teeth on bar. I contacted my dealer and was told it's $207. I might bite the bullet and buy one. I was just wondering if anyone else had one already.
    MF GC 2400, FEL, 60"MMM ,Woods RB60 back blade. Life is sweet.

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    Gold Member massey driver's Avatar
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    Default Re: Toothbar for GC2400

    I made a tooth bar that bolts onto the front cutting edge that I can use on either my MF 1655 or my MF Gc 2300 bucket.[pics show it on the MF 1655] for the little bit I've used it so far I don't like it.Digging etc seems to work better just using the bucket.I guess maybe back blading and piling small bush is ok.I can say I tried using it digging into pushed up piles of dirt/clay where small roots and trees were growing up and didn't think it worked to good.I had better luck with just the bucket.So depends on what your going to be doing with yours.
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    Massey Driver Larry
    MF 175 Diesel, MF GC2300 Diesel,
    Many different one's over the years but still driving Massey.

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