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Howard rotavator vs. Countyline

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07-24-2013 19:36:51

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So, I"d like to try out a heavy tiller on my fields. Good bit of clay and rocks, so it can"t be flimsy. I"ve found an old Howard HR10-155, which is apparently one of the lighter ones that they made. The CountyLine ones seem to have similar quality construction (to the HR10 anyhow), and people seem to like them. What do you guys think? Any recommendations?

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07-24-2013 20:12:46

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 Re: Howard rotavator vs. Countyline in reply to oldmanbishop, 07-24-2013 19:36:51  
the old Howard Rotovator we had was bullet proof. I havent had a chance to use a CountyLine tiller yet. I know that Countyline's plows and some disks were on the weak side though.

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07-25-2013 03:20:00

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 Re: Howard rotavator vs. Countyline in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 07-24-2013 20:12:46  
Which model did you have? I've heard a lot of good things about them, but it was mostly about the heavy units.

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