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Simple Brush-Cutting Teeth Attach To Skid Steer Forks
Cal Miner needed a better way to clear invasive buckthorn and other brush. He came up with a simple pair of V-shaped steel “cutting teeth” that slide onto the tips of his skid steer loader forks.
He ground teeth into the tapered edges of a couple sections of road grader blade, welding the sections together. The back edge of each triangular cutting attachment has a hook on each side for cutting brush when backing up. Miner also ground a notch into the front of each attachment to snag brush. A bolt at the center holds each set of cutting teeth in place.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Cal Miner, 3971 8th St. N.E., Willmar, Minn. 56201 (ph 320 295-8481).

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2020 - Volume #44, Issue #1