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Cutting edge for Loader Bucket

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4xbill
I am repairing the bucket on my AC 720 w/Ark 700 loader. I want to make it so I can easily replace the cutting edge on it. Where can I get a 48 inch pre fabbed bolt on cutting edge from? thanks

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D-17_Dave
Catapillar dealer or Deere ind. dealer will have relacement cutting edge grade steel. Also there should be several places around that sell aftermarket repair materials for earth moving equipment.

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dirtmister16
if you don't need anything fancy check local township shops for old used grader blades. they replace when they get worn to one side. just my two cents. matt

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4xbill
Carbuff, I'm married to my cousin, so i don't need teeth. LOL:O:o) (kidding) Actually I thought about teeth, but I think i would not need them more than need them.

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dirtsaver
Bill dirtmister has the idea. Check with your County/city road department. The "take-offs" from graders or snowplows have plenty of life in them for a loader. For that matter,they make great mid-mount grader blades(most are 6-8" or so tall). Of course you'll have to cut them to length and drill them but hey,salvage is better then retail any day! Larry

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