Originally Posted by alldayrj
I called quick attach and they said they didn't. Do you know a manufacturer that does?
I just don't see that bar holding up with two bolts for 7 teeth when a standard tooth bucket would have 14 bolts. (I know the lip holds the bar too but what about if the cutting edge is worn down?
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Each tooth shank has a separate 'finger' that goes underneath the cutting edge. The ears that mount to the side of the bucket generally are elongated to adjust for a worn cutting edge.
That auction specifies the toothbar (60") to weigh approx. 60 pounds, but the ones I've had (72"ers) usually weigh around 90 to 100 pounds.