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 12-11-2004, 16:28 Post: 102099
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If I want to dig in a top soil pile would a Tooth Bar help, and what is the cost for a 53" Bar for 410 loader bucket?






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 12-11-2004, 18:47 Post: 102104
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jonesirea; Unless your topsoil pile is extremely compacted for some reason I don't think you really need a tooth bar. It would make it a bit easier to get a full bucket, but with a bit of practice you'll be able to do it without. A tooth bar is really meant for penetration into undisturbed topsoil that a common bucket edge will just slide over without penetrating. I've moved lots pf topsoil piles without ever owning a tooth bar, there nice but just another expense you really can live without. Just my opinion. Frank.






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 12-11-2004, 19:19 Post: 102106
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Thanks Hardwood,
I was offered one for $200.00. I wondered if that would be a good deal, Some of my topsoil has been piled up for 8 years and I have just started to use it. I have a hard time breaking it loose, and to be honest its another toy for the old Kid to have for next year.Someone told me they cost about $400, but I had no Idea and this group is my guiding light.






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 12-11-2004, 19:29 Post: 102108
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That is a heck of a deal. If it fits, and you can use it, snap it up!






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 12-11-2004, 19:36 Post: 102109
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Thanks Rankin,
I respect your opinion very much and I will buy it.
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 12-11-2004, 20:24 Post: 102110
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Eight years, then that does warrant the $200.00, that would be pretty compacted. Frank.






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