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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Bucket Teeth

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Case Nutty 1660

11-25-2012 17:35:31

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I see the holes in the shank now he said not the pin type so I assumed but they dang sure are on wrong I sold Case backhoes for 25 plus years and have put thousands of hour on digging with them in the worst conditions around, you do not put the thick side dowm and this is not the high wear area the dirt flowing inside the bucket is what wears them and installed correctly they create their own "draw" for digging, you put them on how you want but my way they will out dig you in frost/hard ground 2 to 1 cnt

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Stick welding

11-25-2012 19:55:36

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 Re: Bucket Teeth in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-25-2012 17:35:31  
I remember working at a job and there was a disagreement on welded bucket teeth. For a backhoe application, the thicker flat side goes up and does the digging. On something like a skid steer or maybe a front end loader, the thick piece goes on the bottom so it leaves a flat surface. I hate the welded teeth on my skid steer because the thinner part wears thin and the teeth rip off. On backhoes the welded teeth are known to break as well. On a backhoe putting the thicker piece on the bottom would make them break a lot easier.

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