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 12-24-2007, 19:35 Post: 149608
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 Anybody know of an inexpensive Rezloh 1-pc toothbar?

I've been looking at one-piece and three-piece toothbars made by Rezloh. I saw some on eBay for $600. They sell at the NH dealer for $1200--can you say: "G-o-u-g-i-n-g". I knew you could Smile

Does anyone make a less expensive version of this?





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 12-24-2007, 21:20 Post: 149609
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EW; The local steel supplier I use keeps loader bucket blade stock on hand in any length you want. Just judging from your picture, a piece of blade stock and a couple hours with a plasma cutter would make you something pretty similar for a lot less money.






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 12-25-2007, 09:45 Post: 149612
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Franky, that sounds like an offer to make me one, is that right? Ooooooh I caaaaan't wait!!!!

I heard you're good with wood (or that's what you tell us hehehe), so I gotta see what you can do with steel!






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 12-25-2007, 11:50 Post: 149614
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EW; I had to sell my Plasma cutter when we moved to the new shop building because of not having enough voltage here
I don't remember the elecrical requirements, but it would clean cut one inch plate like it was butter without overheating and distorting the steel. That was why I suggested using blade stock and a plasma cutter. If you had needed it three years sooner I could have hacked one out in a couple hours. Frank.






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 12-25-2007, 12:28 Post: 149616
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Well before THAT happens again, what would you like to do for me now before you get rid of anything? Smile






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 12-25-2007, 16:45 Post: 149618
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 Anybody know of an inexpensive Rezloh 1-pc toothbar?

Although it does sound high, Im sure it would outlast the China version on E-Bay? Laughing out loud.
Like ya always said, there are some things you can skimp on and others you should look to quality for. C-Mon,,, someone who can afford a LS180 surely can spring for a $1200 bar?






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 12-25-2007, 18:23 Post: 149620
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Broken just to keep you honest, the 03' LS180 was traded for a new '05 LS185.b which is turboed and 78 HP vs. the LS180.b (non turbo) of the same year which is 63 HP. I forget what the LS180 was rated at.

Speaking of which, what did you end up buying, eh?

Oh and the eBay tooth bars are made by Rezloh--just on clearance price since they were an odd size.






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 12-25-2007, 19:51 Post: 149623
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EW; Just get in line, if I live long enough to get everything done for myself let alone others I've promised, I'll be one mighty old feller. You can buy a light duty plasma cutter and the bar stock, cut it yourself and have some jingling money left over. Frank.






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 12-26-2007, 11:15 Post: 149632
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HW, having something to do, does help people live longer.






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 12-26-2007, 12:08 Post: 149634
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Earthworks:

A possible reason that the toothbar is expensive is that it may be made out of AR plate. We normally made stuff out of AR400 which is 400 Brinel hardness. That material workhardens and get tough than HeXX from abrasion. That stuff is used on blade edges for the highway department.

Drilling the holes for mounting and milling the tooth notches requires carbide tooling that even wears fast.

If I had a sketch for shape and pattern we could cut it on the waterjet. We would use a carbide milling cutter to cut the bevel. Could give you a quote if you like but need dimensions first.

The local foundry uses some stuff in the sandblast area that is really, really tough and the material chemistry is such that a plasma or normal torch wouldn't even cut it.

I'm guessing we could build it for under $600.00 depending on size.






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