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Re: Garden tractor tiller opinions

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02-18-2014 18:16:26

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For the money the best deals I have seen are mowers with the tillers already mounted and running. A good used JD tiller can run over a grand. Just a thought.

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Dean Olson

02-18-2014 18:31:52

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 Re: Garden tractor tiller opinions in reply to 504, 02-18-2014 18:16:26  
I like the older Deere's. What years and models are you seeing?

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02-19-2014 17:18:43

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 Re: Garden tractor tiller opinions in reply to Dean Olson, 02-18-2014 18:31:52  
The hyd tillers seem to be in high demand(318,445,332,)I have seen 112,210 with tillers for 500.00to 600.00. Right now it is snow blowers that have everyone looking. weekendfreedommachines is and good place to watch for JD and I watch CL too. You will want forums and them find the classifieds.

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02-20-2014 05:34:53

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 Re: Garden tractor tiller opinions in reply to 504, 02-19-2014 17:18:43  
You got that right!
I had just advertised a stash of CC parts on C's list that included 4 blades. I could have sold 20 of them!

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02-19-2014 02:33:41

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 Re: Garden tractor tiller opinions in reply to Dean Olson, 02-18-2014 18:31:52  
We till up enough gardens each spring to earn some decent pocket change but only because we do it on the cheap with older Cub Cadets. Not Deere but they are very dependable units. I stayed away from the hydros for no real reason other than because. But with the gear drives you need the add-on creeper gear. We have two complete outfits on Model 124 tractors and dont have a grand tied up in both. Not sure what your after, but something to consider

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02-27-2014 16:09:18

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 Re: Garden tractor tiller opinions in reply to Butch(OH), 02-19-2014 02:33:41  
I don't know why you'd stay away from a hydro. They are much more heavy duty than the gear drive transmissions. I know it happens but I've never seen a truly "ruined" hydro unit on an IH built Cub. Usually the engine is dead and the unit gets scrapped. Rebuild or replace the engine then replace the oil and filter and the hydro wakes up and works just fine - if the levers are in adjustment.

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