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Loader Bucket Cutting Edge Replacement

Replacing the cutting edge on a loader bucket restores uniform scraping and leveling abilities. It also reduces wear to the bucket itself.

There are a couple of methods to replace the cutting edge. You can either remove the existing edge, or weld a new edge onto it. While you have the welder out, it's a good time to repair cracks and fill voids from wear.

The video below shows the removal of a welded-on cutting edge, replacement, and general bucket repair.

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