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 01-13-2004, 18:26 Post: 73906
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I have a 3130dt kobuta and i want to know if it will handle a 6 foot tiller






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 01-13-2004, 22:50 Post: 73921
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Art may have to jump in here and answer that question.
I'm not sure, I would probably recommend a 5' tiller.






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 01-13-2004, 23:45 Post: 73922
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The CCM MR190 is a 6' gear driven tiller that will work on your tractor. They run about $1250. We also have a 66" tiller $1150






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 01-14-2004, 09:17 Post: 73945
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Ironpeddler, I welcome your input, experience, and advice. If you want to advertise, why not support Dennis and Tractor Point and take out an advertisement for your products like other dealers have done instead of misusing the board posting sections?






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 01-14-2004, 09:57 Post: 73948
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Chief, I agree with you totally. I've posted similar comments to IronPeddler in the past but he seems to be content with spamming the board. I, for one, won't buy anything from spammers.






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 01-14-2004, 10:36 Post: 73953
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I agree with both of you, I regularly, as I'm sure some of you have noticed, make no bones of telling someone that their post looks like an ad.

To his credit I do see that Ironpeddler has at least sprung for Premium membership, however so have several others who DO NOT ABUSE their membership.

In fact, a big round of e-applause to Art who regularly uses the phrase "your local dealer" in his posts even though his PAID ad is to the right of the screen.

If someone has advice or suggestions to offer, bring it on, if they want to advertise, they should contact Dennis.

Best of luck.






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 01-14-2004, 11:08 Post: 73955
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I too have noticed that there are several people using the boards as their salesmen which I don't agree with either.

As far as Art goes, I would have never known he was a dealer without putting 2 and 2 together and seeing his add. Kudos to Art for not trying to sell everyone on the board something but rather help them.

I think the post should be removed if it is an ad.






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 01-14-2004, 11:44 Post: 73959
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In recognition of his years of helpful insight (since 1998) into tractor ownership and operation Art White is an Honorary Member.

The link we show on all our pages is NOT a paid ad but simply the least I could do to in some way attempt to repay Art for his enormous help.

If only others would follow his example.

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 01-14-2004, 11:49 Post: 73960
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I agree with you guys. Art is one of the group I'll dub the "Tractor Point Big Five" who regularly contribute sound advice to neophytes like me. I'm sure he has to take his salesman hat off for most of his postings.
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 01-14-2004, 14:59 Post: 73966
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I really enjoy having Art here too. His posts are always informative and helpful without him plugging his business all the time. I wouldn't hesitate to buy from him because he doesn't abuse the forums. Besides, it's fun to tug his chain from time to time Smile






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