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3 point hitch tillers?

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tom-ky

03-14-2011 19:23:47
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Looking at a tiller for my 62 hp tractor, wanting 6 foot. Not found any used deals yetm seen one sell at auction for $1600 that looked like junk. I see KingKutters, Hawkline, Landpride and Ground Force/Ansung.
The Landpride and Ground Force are reverse tine and the Ground Force is almost twice as heavy.

Is reverse tine that much better? Looking for suggestions.
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tom-ky

03-20-2011 15:21:20
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 Re: 3 point hitch tillers? in reply to tom-ky, 03-14-2011 19:23:47  
Any thought or the reverse tine?



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cj3b_jeep

03-15-2011 09:48:21
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 Re: 3 point hitch tillers? in reply to tom-ky, 03-14-2011 19:23:47  
I know the land pride and others are good tillers, but I have a king Kutter I bought used from a guy who used it for berry farming. It's a 5 foot I paid $500 for. It's been great for the money and can really tear up some ground. I have a 42 horse tractor in front of it.



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Tx Jim

03-15-2011 03:03:59
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 Re: 3 point hitch tillers? in reply to jjclock, 03-14-2011 19:23:47  
I've owned a 6 ft King Kutter ll for about 10 yrs. I run it on a M4900 Kubota tilling riding areas and have had no problems.



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LaBoyteaux

03-14-2011 21:36:52
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 Re: 3 point hitch tillers? in reply to tom-ky, 03-14-2011 19:23:47  

We have a 6' Howard that we've been using at least 12 years, replaced tines once. Weight is a good indication has to how
the tiller is built. Reverse rotation is no great benefit in my opinion and probably limits the versitility of the tiller. What I've learned in shopping for tillers, is that you almost never find a good one used. The brands you mentioned are unfamiliar to me. Howard is pretty well out of the market now, but Mashio, Kuhn, and Gearmore are all good brands.

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