FAQ

Frequently
Asked
Questions

Learn more about White’s Wear Parts. Below is a list of questions we are regularly asked about our products and services.

How do we get our parts to our customers?

We can deliver! When we’re in your area we can drop off your parts with no extra charge. If you’re outside of our travel region or you need the parts ASAP we can ship them F.O.B. our yard directly to you.

If I don’t know the part number can I still order a cutting edge?

Yes, but we’ll need a little bit of info to make it happen: the make and model of the machine, the length of each section of blade, and the number of holes. That will help us find the part number.

Do you make custom blades?

Yes we do. You can fax us a drawing or blueprint of the desired design to 705-657-2682, or we can create a drawing for you.

If I don’t know which teeth are on my machine, will you know the proper ones I should order?

Yes. We can determine the make of teeth you need with a few questions. Look at your tooth and see how it is pinned on. (From the top or from the side etc.) A few measurements may be necessary. Sometimes we may need to see an old tooth so it can be identified.

Is there a way to stop teeth from coming off?

There are a few ways you can fix this problem. Keep in mind that your bucket teeth are made to come off, but because of the wear on the adapter the fit can become loose and allow the tooth to come off prematurely.

  1. You can build up the adapter or shank nose with a weld so there is pressure back on the pin. To help with fit, paint or chalk the inside of the tooth so you can tell where it needs to be built up or ground down.
  2. You can use liquid metal or crusher adhesive. First you need to clean the adapter nose to free it of any possible oil, grease etc. Then add the liquid metal of adhesive into a greased or oiled tooth (the oil stops the metal from bonding to the tooth). Remember to grease the pin and let it set. This will build up the adapter without welding. Depending on the product you use you may need to redo this each time you change your teeth.
  3. If an adapter is beyond repair it will need to be replaced.