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 06-30-2004, 18:39 Post: 89761
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While at the Tractor Supply Store to pick up feed I got a flier for KK XB implements for the sub compact tractors.

How does their quaility and cost compare to others?

I wolud like to get a yard box, rear blade, tiller,etc. for my new Kubota BX2230.








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 06-30-2004, 18:54 Post: 89765
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I can only speak about the tiller for sure. The BX series tiller is chain drive, while the standard tiller is gear drive.

I think their idea is to make the BX series a little lighter and a little cheaper since they are being used with smaller tractors. But the price on both 48" tillers was the same last month when I bought mine.

On grader boxes & blades, weight is good as long as you don't exceed the mfg ratings.






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 07-01-2004, 07:57 Post: 89815
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So far I have a KK 6' rear blade,3 pt dirt scoop and 5' rough mower. They are definately on the low end pricewise. But all have worked well for me. For the average home/land owner who doesn't need to use them daily they work fine.
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 07-01-2004, 14:21 Post: 89837
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Sorry, I just started this same basic string on the implements forum. I need to pay closer attension!

Do these prices from my local farm supply store seem reasonable?

Thanks all.






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 07-01-2004, 21:10 Post: 89864
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I own a KK landscape rake. It has performed well, with tines being affordable and readily available. I use it commercially, so it takes a beating. I saved money by buying it and I am happy at this point with it. I've been looking at their bush hog.






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 07-01-2004, 21:23 Post: 89867
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The prices are wonderful.... can't be beat. Just make sure you inspect the exact item you intend to buy.

Check for plumb, square and slop. And be prepared to walk away with your money in your pocket.

I did.






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 07-01-2004, 22:03 Post: 89870
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just remember in farm equipment,"you got what you pay for!"






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just remember in farm equipment,"you get what you pay for!"






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 07-01-2004, 22:41 Post: 89877
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I purchased a King Kutter 5 foot rotary tiller
this year from Fleet Farm for less than one half
the price of a John Deere. I have very rocky soil
and it has worked exceptional! The only thing is
I think you may have to order parts directly from
Kutter, no big deal. Fleet Farm carries no extra
flail diggers. I found this to be unbelievable, but
that is life. I figured I could buy two Kutters for
the price of one John Deere, but I dont know how
a John Deere can be any tougher. My land is very,
very tough and rocky. I have not broken or damaged
anything yet in over 50 hours of tilling.

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 07-04-2004, 17:50 Post: 90044
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Bought the box scraper yesterday, before it went off sale price. Got it as far as assembled and into the garage before the monsoons started again! I have a job for it next weekedn so we'll see how she runs.

Other than fairly poor paint quality (scraped and chipped from living in a discount farm store yard) it looks okay. Nothing fancy, but functional, and that's all I need. I'll get a picture up later.






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