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Do you make a bucket toothbar for heavy duty applications? Like construction sized backhoe loaders? Or do most people just use weld on teeth for the big machines?
 
  
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Do you make a bucket toothbar for heavy duty applications? Like construction sized backhoe loaders? Or do most people just use weld on teeth for the big machines?
We certainly have the ability, but we haven't been crazy about custom builds as of late, due to the demand and lead times. You're welcome to email me what you have in mind([email protected]), and I'll see if Ted is interested in building one.
Speaking of HD applications, we've been testing one on our Kubota KX080 excavator!
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We certainly have the ability, but we haven't been crazy about custom builds as of late, due to the demand and lead times. You're welcome to email me what you have in mind([email protected]), and I'll see if Ted is interested in building one.
Speaking of HD applications, we've been testing one on our Kubota KX080 excavator!
Travis
Thank you Travis, I sent an email.
 

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@EverythingAttachments - have several of your implements (scraper bar, grapple) - very well made.

I'm considering a bucket tooth bar for my smaller (~5000# 25hp) tractor. Could you please compare & contrast your wicked bar (I'd call it a "continuous" style) versus the ~classic individual tooth?

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the use case that prompted my question is trying to flatten out the top of a slope (realistically i likely just need a box blade with scarifiers for this); I also have some minor clearing to do. Interested broadly in how you see the applications differing. Thanks!
 
  
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@EverythingAttachments - have several of your implements (scraper bar, grapple) - very well made.

I'm considering a bucket tooth bar for my smaller (~5000# 25hp) tractor. Could you please compare & contrast your wicked bar (I'd call it a "continuous" style) versus the ~classic individual tooth?

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the use case that prompted my question is trying to flatten out the top of a slope (realistically i likely just need a box blade with scarifiers for this); I also have some minor clearing to do. Interested broadly in how you see the applications differing. Thanks!

I much prefer the versatility of Wicked. It's one that you'll install and probably never want/need to remove it. Besides being very functional, it also strengthens your bucket and gives you some more capacity, unlike any other!

Here's a relevant testament..
Travis

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A fresh Wicked Toothbar installed by Colleen in the EA Channel Group!

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"This has been in my garage since wintertime all boxed up. This past weekend it was time to put it on. This thing is an animal! Anyone on the fence about getting one, should definitely order one up, makes a big difference for using your bucket.
Thanks EA!!!"

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THIS is one of the best pics I've seen, showing off just how NASTY this thing is!!
Travis

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I just received some more great Wicked Toothbar feedback! #EAcustomersROCK

"Good morning Travis,

I received the Wicked Tooth Bar last week and put it on yesterday. WOW....it fit PERFECTLY!!

After getting it installed I went into an area of my yard and popped out a half dozen 4-6 inch diameter stumps that were a pain to my mowing the lawn....worked FANTASTIC!

Thanks for the great product and great craftsmanship!!! Photos attached!" -Bob from VA.

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What Diameter are the bolts that come with the bar I understand there are 2 for the sides of the bucket and 3 to 7 more that can be through the buckets existing cutting edge I would like to know the diameter of both sets of bolts. That are supplied with the Toothbar....Thanks
 
 
 
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