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(kinda long)Thinking about getting

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Scott(TN)

05-07-2002 19:55:57




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an Allis to pull a tiller. I just finished tilling the neighbors garden and now think that I will get a tiller to pull behind a tractor. My neighbor can no longer run his tiller (amazed that it still ran after looking at it), he just does not have it in him any more. Well, his garden is much bigger than mine and it took quite a while to till with the rototiller he has. I really do not have the time to this again next year and do not have the heart to say so (just would not be a neighborly thing to do). I have a 9N that I use to bush hog with, repair the driveway, etc; but know that the ground speed is too fast for a tiller. I have been thinking about getting a WD45 or a CA, mainly because I like the way that they look.
Will either one of these machines be a good choice to pull a 4 or 6 ft tiller?

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RMD

05-08-2002 10:59:45




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 Re: (kinda long)Thinking about getting in reply to Scott(TN), 05-07-2002 19:55:57  
Most AC's aren't going to be geared low enough for tilling, so you'll be slipping the hand clutch a lot to control ground speed. The WD/WD45 hand clutch (runs in oil) will take a lot more abuse of this sort than the dry hand clutch in the CA.



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Craig MO

05-07-2002 20:20:04




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 Re: (kinda long)Thinking about getting in reply to Scott(TN), 05-07-2002 19:55:57  
If your going to do very much tilling or deep tilling I would go with 48" or 54" tiller. WD 45 would be my choice.



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