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 10-02-2002, 13:22 Post: 43228
Chuck Hakari
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I am looking to buy a DK35 with a FEL, tiller, mower, etc., etc. One item that I am not sure about is the addition of the creeper gear kit. What type of work would benefit from this gearing? I am guessing that if were to be doing a lot of tilling, they might be useful. Anything else? Thanks!






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 10-02-2002, 19:35 Post: 43249
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Creeper gear could be very useful if you are going to till!
I did not get creeper gear with my DK35,and when tilling full depth in untilled soil an extra lower gear would help.






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 10-02-2002, 19:43 Post: 43250
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Also Chuck,
The Kioti grill guards are nice.
And hydraulic remotes for a hydraulic top link come in handy.
Good luck on the Kioti if you do buy a DK.
I got a DK 35 early this year and highly recommend them.Mine has been great !!






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 10-02-2002, 23:24 Post: 43264
Chuck Hakari
2002-10-02 00:00:00
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Wolbert,

Thanks for the info. This will be my first tractor, so I have a lot to learn. I will add the grill guard to my list of accessories. About the hydraulic top link, what sort of advantage is there in having one. I will certainly consider this if it saves some work or makes things work smoother!






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 10-02-2002, 23:39 Post: 43266
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The hydraulic remotes can be added to the tractor when you order it.
It is hydraulics run to the back of the tractor with quick couplers at the end.
They can be used to run hydraulic attachments (backhoe,hydraulic top link,log splitter,etc.)
If I remember right the grill guard was around $160 and the remotes around $260.






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 10-03-2002, 02:32 Post: 43270
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Chuck,
If you haven't done the deal yet, take a look at our pricing. Kioti DK35, KL1450 loader, creeper gear, Kioti tiller, Land Pride 72" rear discharge mower and grill guard for $18,400.00 Non-PA residents do not pay sales tax and we deliver for $.99/mile plus toll fees. Come to Group Farm Equipment for your best price.






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 10-03-2002, 07:28 Post: 43277
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My Ford 1710 with a 12 x 4 TX has a ground speed about .8 mph in 1st @ pto rpm with ag tires. It's probably a bit less with my turfs. I don't till with the tractor, but I do sit and chew sometimes with my walk behind. I also could use a slower speed rarely when taking a snow blower through high drifts. The most obscure use for a creeper that I've heard is pulling up deep well pumps.

I believe that a creeper kit is available from NH for my 1710 as an add-on option. A creeper might be handy but I'd expect the price to deter my interest.

I think that most creepers are underdrive units of around 6 or 7 to 1 ratios. They don't just provide an extra lower gear, they provide an entire new set of gear ratios. I think they've been around for years and are probably what were called torque multipliers on old IH's.






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 10-03-2002, 13:17 Post: 43294
Chuck Hakari
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Thanks to everyone for all the useful information.

To the folks at Goup Farm Equipment, thanks for the quote. It is a very good price, but you are a long ways from Juneau, Alaska!






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 10-03-2002, 16:14 Post: 43302
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Creeper would be good for anything you'd need to pull hard and slow.

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 10-03-2002, 18:46 Post: 43305
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Chuck, everydamnwhere is a long way from Juneau. Is Tony still the Gov?






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