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CCM tillers

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12-31-2012 13:17:18

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I have seen good reviews of CCM tillers and reasonable pricing, however can't find a dealer or place to buy one. Anyone have any good leads? Or any leads on good pricing on a 5' 3 pt tiller?

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01-02-2013 05:54:38

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 Re: CCM tillers in reply to BartO, 12-31-2012 13:17:18  
CCM is Carter and Carter. I have found their website but can't find pricing or a dealer. Am I missing something or should I just call them maybe?

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01-01-2013 07:34:25

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 Re: CCM tillers in reply to BartO, 12-31-2012 13:17:18  

I have experience using a land pride tiller 5ft. behind my TO-35 Ferg.

do not know the price point compaired to the brand you are looking at, but the land pride tiller did a great job, gardens looked great after tilling.

it was heavy built, had a good slip clutch as i caught a root/rock in the tines more than once and clutch just slipped.

as i said, i just borrowed it, neighbor moved, so i lost my tiller access, but someday i would like to own one.

Note to self: when you own a tractor tiller, you will have a lot of new friends you did not know you had, but they will want to borrow the tiller.

how do i know: i bought a 3pt hitch post hole digger, it's loaned out, as we speak, to a friend!!!!!!!

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Tx Jim

01-01-2013 08:01:50

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 Re: CCM tillers in reply to maxwell99, 01-01-2013 07:34:25  
I've got a King Kutter ll that I bought at TSC years ago. I've had not trouble with it except the tines need replacing.

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tn terry t

12-31-2012 14:51:43

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 Re: CCM tillers in reply to BartO, 12-31-2012 13:17:18  
if your talking about ccm carter and carter machinery they are on johnson city tn and they have a website

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01-01-2013 16:25:54

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 Re: CCM tillers in reply to tn terry t, 12-31-2012 14:51:43  
Or give the Hay Dr a shout, here, he is the owner of Carter machinery.

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01-02-2013 04:07:13

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 Re: CCM tillers in reply to Diydave, 01-01-2013 16:25:54  
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I think Hay DR is no longer associated with CCM but is associated with

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12-31-2012 13:56:40

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 Re: CCM tillers in reply to BartO, 12-31-2012 13:17:18  
What does the CCM stand for? If you want to price shop, try, and TSC. Might give you some perspective.

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