When calling, be sure to get the following measurements:
A - cutter width
B - shank length
C - shank width
D - bolt size
WE STOCK THESE THREE STYLES OF SAW TEETH:
|Very efficient cutting tooth in non-impact harvesting applications. Their concave design removes chips with very little energy when sharp. Easily re-sharpened with an oval grinding stone.||Use this tooth design in areas where you expect severe rock impacts. 40 degree angle of cutter tip gives this tooth good chip disposal and additional metal backing for impacts. Very popular on the west coast.||Quadco® carbide cutters are built with four 5/32" carbide plates that overlap at the intersections. This design lessens sand blow-by. Carbide cutter should be used only in extremely clean, low-impact conditions.|
THERE ARE 4 BASIC SIZES OF TEETH:
2' Short Shank
2' Long Shank
2-3/8' Long Shank
|This size is used on narrow kerf Quadco and Koehring sawheads. The kerf varies from 1-7/8' to 2' and the 3/4' long shank will fit into machines using longer shank teeth (up to 1-3/4'). Shank diameter is 1' and uses 1/2' NF bolts. Saw head uses anywhere from 16 to 20 teeth.||This size is very popular on newer narrow kerf Quadco and Koehring sawheads. The kerf varies from 1-7/8' to 2-1/8' and the 1-1/2' long shank will fit into machines using longer shank teeth (up to 1-3/4'). It is recommended that you don't run both short and long shank teeth together on one sawhead, because the weight difference can damage your sawhead. Shank diameter is 1' and uses 1/2' NF bolts.||This size is the original Quadco sawhead tooth. Some Koehring sawheads have installed Quadco discs to run this popular tooth configuration. The short 15/16' shank will fit into older machines with a 2' deep holder. The shank diameter is 1-1/4' and uses 1/2' NF bolts. Sawhead usually uses 16 teeth.||These popular teeth are for the large kerf Koehring sawheads (4000 B series). The kerf varies from 2-5/16' to 2-3/8'. The 2' long shank is just a hair under 1-1/4' in diameter. The shank diameter is 1.234' and uses 5/8' NF bolts. Very popular in two piece configurations. Saw head uses 18 teeth.|
SAW TEETH BOLTS:
Single Piece Teeth: Teeth should always be attached by grade 8 bolts with washers. Remember, your sawhead is traveling up to 1250 RPM, and if bolts fail, you will throw your teeth at an amazing rate of speed. If you have impacted a large object such as a rock, track or tramp metal, we recommend you change all of your bolts and not risk the danger. We have a complete inventory of bolts and washers on hand at competitive prices. When changing from a single piece tooth to a two piece tooth, you will probably need longer bolts also. Talk to a cutter tooth technician for details.
|Single Tooth: The original feller-buncher tooth design. It is still widely used but is becoming obsolete in many designs. Available in Concave, Beaver and Carbide.|
|Two-Piece (New Style): Our best seller. Most operators see big savings when switching from an O.E.M. single-tooth design to a two-piece system. You only need to replace the crown of the tooth when the cutter is worn. Some two-piece systems are far superior to O.E.M. teeth. Fits most Koehring, Hydro-Ax, and Barko machines. Available in Concave, Beaver and Carbide.|
|Two-Piece (Old Style): Quadco's first two-piece design. Available in 2 -1/4" teeth only. This design is still very popular, but the back seat will eventually wear with the cutter crown. Available in Beaver and Carbide.|
Shankless: This is Quadco's latest tooth design that makes teeth shanks obsolete. These teeth only fit Quadco machines using either 3/4" or 1" bolts. If you are fortunate enough to run one, we stock the teeth for them. Available in Beaver or Carbide.
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