Metal Detecting - What is this?

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Went back out after dinner and found some more nails, a saw blade, a drill bit that I lost two years ago, a busted chunk of metal that seems to say “Syracuse”, a bicentennial quarter, & a penny.
 

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Went back out after dinner and found some more nails, a saw blade, a drill bit that I lost two years ago, a busted chunk of metal that seems to say “Syracuse”, a bicentennial quarter, & a penny.

Syracuse Chilled Plow Co, maybe?

 

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Sorry to say ladies your ALL wrong!!! It’s a tooth from a backhoe bucket 🪣
Actually, that's From a skidsteer. Backhoe teeth are a bit bigger and tractor bucket teeth are typically welded. But I only did that type of work for 35 years so I could be wrong.
 

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Very relaxing and fun hobby. I began back in the early 70's but knee issues have now limited my ability to bend/squat down and get back up. Great memories and still have the finds. Enjoy. Thanks.
 
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