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Old 12-06-2012, 07:38 PM
Dirtwerks Dirtwerks is offline
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I've had to replace a couple of the rippers over the years and I just called Loegering and got them, I actually this summer just had some made with a couple of different holes so I can adjust the rippers if I want. You can adjust the height of your loader arms according to how deep or hard you want to rip the ground, that's what I was saying there's a little bit of a learing curve on what angle and height you set it at.

I used that rake on a rubber tired Bobcat 773 for years, it doesn't matter whether it's SSL or CTL it will work fine.
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