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Re: rear tine tiller?

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El Toro

07-14-2012 14:03:57

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I've had about 30 Troy Bilts since the late 70's.
I had 4 new ones and sold them and I bought some that needed work and sold them. This was the last tiller I bought in 2005 for $100.00. It had the 6hp Tecumseh engine and I sold it for $65.00. I bought a 10hp B&S engine from the smallengine warehouse in 2006 with electric start. I had to replace the seals under the tine holders and I had to replace the tines. I don't use the tiller on the garden until I've plowed it. I use a cover crop of barley or rye
and I plow that under. I use the tiller after plowing. It will save your tines. Still have the same tines I installed 6 years ago. I also painted the tiller in 2006 and is always sheltered. Here's a pic of the tractor with the plow and the tiller. Hal

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George Marsh

07-14-2012 15:54:08

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 Re: rear tine tiller? in reply to El Toro, 07-14-2012 14:03:57  
I've searched craig'slist using searchtempest. No troy built bargins...No real bargins..used prices are close to new prices on off brand tillers. So if I were to buy something new and it's not a tory built, which ones should I buy?


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El Toro

07-15-2012 06:01:03

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 Re: rear tine tiller? in reply to George Marsh, 07-14-2012 15:54:08  

The BCS tillers are suppose to be the Cadillac of tillers. They're very pricey too. I never owned one. Hal

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