Bucket Teeth


 

 

In Australia, the two most common styles of teeth are Twin Tip Tiger Teeth and Blade Teeth (also known as Chisels).  Of course there are hundreds of different designs, but they generally fall under the style of Tigers and Blades.    
         
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There has been a longstanding debate over whether to use aftermarket teeth or genuine teeth on excavators and other earthmoving equipment.  In most cases it is more economical to use aftermarket teeth, such as the teeth supplied by ACES.


The only real way to make a decision on what is right for your machines is to look at the return on investment. Share:


The most common teeth on mini excavators and skid steer loaders in Australia are 5KC3SB teeth.  Other common teeth include 0-3TL and 3-6TL, which is also known as X156.

All these teeth share a common 45-50mm round pin to hold them securely in place, and there are 3 options available when selecting a pin.

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