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OT - What are these cutting bits ?

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Ken(Ark)

03-19-2017 19:24:58




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I found a pile of 14 - 15 of these by a gate to the big field . There is nothing for 1/4 mile on this country road in either direction . I am thinking they are for some form of tree or brush cutting / chipping ? The county uses a mower on a hydraulic arm and a tree service clears under the power lines . Could be something for digging utility ditches ?

The post is 1" in diameter by 1-1/2" long with a 1/2" fine thread . The head is a little over 1-3/4" wide and everything is 3" overall . From the wear marks it looks like the square head may move in and out with smooth wear in the con-caved face ?

They are either junk and 3 cents a pound or some workman left $100 worth of tips on the side of the road .

Thanks - Ken .

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Ken(Ark)

03-24-2017 06:05:47




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 Re: OT - What are these cutting bits ? in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-19-2017 19:24:58  
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Thanks for the link , I had not seen that one . I need to see what size flat rate box they will fit in so I can list them on eBay . Our host takes Paypal money so if they sell I can buy tractor parts , and my wife will never know about my tractor addiction , mauhahah .



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Walston

03-24-2017 05:06:25




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 Re: OT - What are these cutting bits ? in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-19-2017 19:24:58  
Looks like you can sell them on ebay.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Quadco-2-Hot-Saw-Cutter-Tooth-Beaver-QH10150T-/112342944362?hash=item1a28294a6a:g:C-IAAOSwU-pXrT1X



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Ken(Ark)

03-21-2017 14:10:55




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 Re: OT - What are these cutting bits ? in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-19-2017 19:24:58  
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I would be happy just to have a PTO auger :) but with everything I have going just keeping up with the mowing and fences I will let mother nature take care of the stumps , it will probably get done quicker that way .



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Tall T

03-21-2017 13:05:39




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 Re: OT - What are these cutting bits ? in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-19-2017 19:24:58  
[quote="Ken(Ark)"](quoted from post at 19:24:58 03/19/17) I found a pile of 14 - 15 of these by a gate to the big field . There is nothing for 1/4 mile on this country road in either direction . I am thinking they are for some form of tree or brush cutting / chipping ? The county uses a mower on a hydraulic arm and a tree service clears under the power lines . Could be something for digging utility ditches ?

The post is 1" in diameter by 1-1/2" long with a 1/2" fine thread . The head is a little over 1-3/4" wide and everything is 3" overall . From the wear marks it looks like the square head may move in and out with smooth wear in the con-caved face ?

Ken,

How about adapting them to a PTO driven auger for stump removal?

I have several small stumps that I left high enough so I'd know where they were. If I bored out a hole in one and filled it with red hot coals. (?)

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Ken(Ark)

03-21-2017 12:42:10




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 Re: OT - What are these cutting bits ? in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-19-2017 19:24:58  
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Thanks everyone for the replies .

I had never seen an "Axe" but had heard some of the local loggers talking about them . I would bet these were used by the local power company . They cut the old telephone poles flush with the ground when they replace them . These bits are for the small disks which would work great on old power poles . One manufacturer stated they can be ground sharp again with " A hand held grinder in the field " . That would explain why these are 1-7/8" and not 2" as listed in the catalog . Someone may have left them by the gate post to avoid having to use them again . " Hey Boss , we ain't got no extra teeth , you better order some new ones "

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Jock(OR)

03-20-2017 12:12:34




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 Re: OT - What are these cutting bits ? in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-19-2017 19:24:58  
They look like used ones that have been removed. Probably the crew changed teeth and just left the old ones lying on the ground.



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HFJ

03-20-2017 11:04:17




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 Re: OT - What are these cutting bits ? in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-19-2017 19:24:58  
"Quadco saw teeth have become the industry standard around the world."

...

"Quadco Saw Teeth are only available in the U.S.A."

:lol: and :shock:



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Bruce(OR)

03-20-2017 07:21:58




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 Re: OT - What are these cutting bits ? in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-19-2017 19:24:58  
Possibly part of tree trimming machine. Carbide tipped I believe. Oops. Boss not too happy.
About $50 bucks each. From a Baileys catalog, "Quadco saw teeth have become the industry standard around the world. Quadco carbide teeth are no exception. Say "Goodbye" to blowby with these upgraded Quadco carbide teeth. The better protection comes by increasing the length by which each adjacent carbide inserts overlap and create a full interlock. They have been able to increase the thickness of wear resistant carbide material by approximately 30% at the point where the two inserts meet. The result is a tooth that will resist the most extreme conditions of sand abrasion longer than anything on the market and thereby saving you money. Don't leave the door open for sand blowby, pick up your set today. Carbide saw teeth should only be used in sandy, non-impact conditions, as they will chip with any impact on rocks. This tooth has a beveled corner for additional stay sharp qualities.
Quadco Saw Teeth are only available in the U.S.A."

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steve19438

03-20-2017 04:42:35




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 Re: OT - What are these cutting bits ? in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-19-2017 19:24:58  
???



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carpetfarmer

03-20-2017 04:19:07




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 Re: OT - What are these cutting bits ? in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-19-2017 19:24:58  
Looks like teeth for a tree saw.



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Tim Ploughnman Daley

03-20-2017 03:15:27




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 Re: OT - What are these cutting bits ? in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-19-2017 19:24:58  
Sheet metal piercing tools?



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Royse

03-19-2017 19:56:45




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 Re: OT - What are these cutting bits ? in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-19-2017 19:24:58  
I can't help you much Ken, but if you find out who left them
I'd have a talk with them about the cost of my tractor tires

being punctured by their improperly disposed of equipment.



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