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anyone used the cat teeth with the lime green lids?

Discussion in 'Mills' started by Jiujitsustudent, Jul 31, 2011.

  1. Jiujitsustudent

    Jiujitsustudent Active Member

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    THey have been great for me on hard and in all type of material.. wondered if anyone else had the fortune of usoing them..much better than the orange lid cat teth
     
  2. milling_drum

    milling_drum Senior Member

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    Wonder what ever happened to old Juijui? Dustin was quite the operator running down a Tucson street with the W2100 fully Crabbed at full speed....Wonder what woulda happened if a track chain had snapped moving at that speed? wwwwwwoooo
     
  3. RibTickler

    RibTickler New Member

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    I've used two pallets of them. Much better than the orange lid teeth, and about the same price.
     
  4. Toegrinder

    Toegrinder Well-Known Member

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    His brother was notorious for doing the same thing
     
  5. milling_drum

    milling_drum Senior Member

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    I don't know what would possess any operator thats EVER had to pull a track chain to even consider trying something like that. At full speed on a Wirtgen (which move pretty fast) the chain would snap, spocket would dig into the asphalt and most likely flip the machine as it comes to a complete half in a matter of 10 ft or less...