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 01-06-2004, 12:12 Post: 73243
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I'm interested in purchasing a tiller for my Kubota B7800. Prices appear to run the gamut and I was curious if anyone has a suggestion on selection. I've looked at the ones sold by tractor supply and like the price but with such large variances in cost I'm concerned about their quality.






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 01-06-2004, 12:55 Post: 73251
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If you go to the upper right of your screen [Jump to board] click on this and go to tractor attachments/accessories. You will find a number of discussions/arguements of this topic and which is better. It will depend on your application and use. If you do not plan to use it allot, won't encounter tree roots, stones or buried cement the King Kutter will give you excellent service and at substantial cost savings. I use my brother-in-law's King Kutter on my 27HP tractor and haven't broken it yet although a few tree roots have been encountered. I din't mean to indicate that the King Kutter is inferior. Do you drive a Chevy or a Cadillac is kinda the thinking or is orange,green, blue, yellow or red your favorite color!






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 01-06-2004, 14:13 Post: 73263
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The King Kutter tillers work very well.
Most Tractor Supply stores carry them.
I have had a King Kutter II, 60" tiller for 4 or 5 years now.
No problems, tills great.






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 01-07-2004, 00:01 Post: 73318
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You might want to check out CCM Gear Drive Tillers.






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 01-07-2004, 04:20 Post: 73320
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I have an Agric 40" tiller for my b7100HST and I love it,tiller is built like a tank(and just about as heavy)and gives great results.Rocks don't seam to bother it and it will clean up smaller(1" or so)tree roots.






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 05-13-2004, 19:37 Post: 85981
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I see from your profile you ended up with the King Kutter.

I have the same tractor and was wondering how you like the combo?






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 05-20-2004, 16:56 Post: 86462
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I purchased a 6' King Kutter tiller last year. I have put it through the ringer and t keeps on tilling. I have hit a thousand rocks with it up to the size of a basketball and it keeps on ticking. I have wrapped a steel rod the width of a large pencil around it. I am not suggesting that this machine is made for this(none are) but it has held up very well. If you are looking at normal use such as a large garden you are wasting money to pay twice the price for other brands.

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 05-20-2004, 17:27 Post: 86464
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The CCM 6'is $1250 and with a weight of 800 Lbs.






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 06-30-2004, 18:19 Post: 89757
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I ended up with the 4' King Kutter Gear Drive tiller. They also make a lighter Chain drive model for the BX tractors.

The 4' gear drive unit is great so far, and it stays inside the mfg. recommended weight and size specifications.






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