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 12-10-2004, 18:26 Post: 102071
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what are the owners feelings on their CMM tiller. I'm looking for a 42 - 48 inch unit. I see they have raised the price pretty good, and are going to be selling a sub-compact unit in the spring.






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 12-12-2004, 16:16 Post: 102134
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Last year I bought a 42" model and could not be much happier with it. I have used it to do some re-seeding around the house and I also used it to do some garden tilling for some extra cash. The soil around here varies from sandy type to some with clay and the tiller breaks it lose very well. I am very happy with the tiller and highly recommend buying from them. Since the price of steel seems to be going up higher and higher, buy now.






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 12-14-2004, 12:23 Post: 102224
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I'm interested in getting a tiller next spring. Can you guys post links for where to buy the CMM tillers and their specs?






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 12-14-2004, 12:33 Post: 102225
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Carter & Carter Machinery. See link.






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 12-14-2004, 12:40 Post: 102227
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Whoops, sorry, I thought this thread was talking about CCM tillers, not CMM tillers. Never heard of CMM.






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 12-14-2004, 14:48 Post: 102236
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Coordinate Measuring Machines?






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 12-15-2004, 12:37 Post: 102293
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CMM.com takes you to the Zeis website for the Coordinate Measuring Machines. Also very cool in their own right. But not very good for tilling your soil.






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 12-15-2004, 20:53 Post: 102316
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Well all you multi tractor guys and Carter & Carter, I really have to say I'm sorry for asking about CMM tiller. That was really stupid of me. But the guys at Carl Zeiss have seen an increase in web sight hits.
So with that said, any of you multi tractor boys have any comments on the CCM tiller? Or do you just like poke-in fun at people that screw up?






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 12-15-2004, 22:22 Post: 102324
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My appologies, please tamanaco.

Where is Ironpeddeler, peddeling his CCM iron?






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I didn't think I was poking fun at you but I apologize if that impression was given. I haven't heard much about CCM tillers but what I have heard is generally positive. I did price them once but the shipping made the cost prohibitive compared to a local purchase.






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