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I can confirm this is the case.

I swapped the finger teeth straight out for green teeth on my Carlton 900 as soon as I got it.


That's a wee grinder though, it might not work on the bigger machines.


Just call Orange Plant Matty, they would know.

Haha you know I would try and not deal with them if possible , mr orange though is sound but I’m sure him and Micheal only deal I’m Raycos or Carlton’s I forget which one I’ve hired off him.

Mark has sold me the yellow jackets !

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I like the yellow jackets... hard wearing and good teeth.


my vermeer came with the original pro? Teeth the ones like a parrots beak! Swapped them straight away for yellow jackets. Straight swap all bolt holes line up. Buy pockets and teeth direct from vermeer who i find good to deal with. 


You can go for green teeth and get 3 sides of the tooth if you want but to me a yellow jacket seems a tougher sturdier tooth (i have used both types in different grinders)



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