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 05-11-1999, 00:00 Post: 3671
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I've got a Honda 6522 with a loader. I would like to attach some "teeth" in order to help turn compost and scoop mulch easier. Does anyone know of any after market teeth that could be attached? Or if one would try and make some what any thought on how? How long beyond bucket? How far into the bucket? How many? (5' bucket) Dimensions of material to use? If I were to make something I would like it to look somewhat professional.Thanks for you thoughts,Norman






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 05-11-1999, 00:00 Post: 3684
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Visit your local tractor dealer. Mine has two styles of add-on teeth: one that bolts on for easy removal and another that is welded on permanently. -Ken






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 05-11-1999, 00:00 Post: 3686
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i bought a set of versateeth, very heavy duty, worked well for scooping brush, they are fit into a frame that mountes inside your bucket , drill two 3/4" holes in the side of your bucket, they have a lip that locks onto the cutting edge pop in the pins through the holes in the frame and bucket and there you go. they make the teeth any size you want, you can get different spacing on the frame that holds the teeth. the frame is adjustable for different width buckets.






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 05-12-1999, 00:00 Post: 3716
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It sounds to me like you want "tines" not "teeth". Most teeth are for workingin hard or rocky ground and are about 3 or 4" long. Some teeth do come mountedon a lip which clips to the front of the bucket. The ones sold for the Bobcatsare the best. Be prepared for sticker shock on a set of these! But what you want is "tines"....the old JD loaders offered what was called a"manure bucket" with "straw tines"....used for mucking out stalls and othersilage typejobs. These tines were flat, about 1" wide, and spaced about 10"apart. Picture a pitchfork and you'll be close. When done mucking,a flat piecewas slipped over the tines, side plates bolted on, and one had the typical modern"dirt or material handling bucket". So this is all information and history....but not an address that I can point you toward....still, I hope it is helpful. Roger L






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Those versateeth sound interesting. Got any idea where to look at them?






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Thanks Roger for your input and correction in terminology. About how far did these tines extend from the bucket edge? And if I were to make some up myself would 1/2 thick steel be strong enough?Thanks again,Norman






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 05-13-1999, 00:00 Post: 3767
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Welcome. Mine stick out about two feet and are spring steel. I'd be tempted touse automotive leaf springs from a light car with lots of springs....like an old military jeep or a model A Ford....Or stop by the spring shop and ask forsome scrap like this. They can punch bolt holes and chop the ends to a pointas well. Surely 1/2" is overkill....But if you don't like the leaf springidea and want to go real cheap use soft mild steel. Even re-bar. Mild steel willbend rather than shatter So what do you care? Just bend it back! And I have picked up a lot of hay with wooden tines. You would be surprisedhow long a set of wooden tines can last if you don't jam one.






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