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 02-15-2005, 15:48 Post: 106176
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i just purchased a kk 2 72" tiller from orschelin farm & home in corydon in for $959.20 + tax is this a good price for this






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 02-15-2005, 16:09 Post: 106178
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"""i just purchased a kk 2 72" tiller """
Was this a new tiller? Or what does the 2 stand for?
I will take a long drive this weekend if I could buy the tiller for that price!
Tell me more PLEASE






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 02-15-2005, 18:45 Post: 106189
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The King Kutter II, 72" tiller is $1430 at TSC in my area.






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 02-16-2005, 15:40 Post: 106249
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yes this is a new tiller, a 6ft kingkutter II gaer drive model they had $1199.00 on the tiller and during the month of feb. they have 20% off of one item instock at the reg. price which made this tiller $959.20 plus tax






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 02-16-2005, 16:07 Post: 106250
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You got a good tiller at an excellant price..






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 02-16-2005, 16:22 Post: 106251
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You bought it at a good price. The only thing wrong with KK is their paint jobs. Usually, it is all rusted and has flaking paint while it is still at the TSC store. Mine has served me well over the years.






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 02-16-2005, 20:13 Post: 106257
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I'm looking at a 60" KK tiller for $1200 and something at TSC here in eastern Pa.. Hoping for them to offer a 10% off sale soon. Why are used tillers so hard to find?






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 02-16-2005, 21:12 Post: 106259
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StephenR, must be because everyone likes their tillers. Same reason why I can't find a cheap 3 pt hitch log splitter.






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 02-17-2005, 11:21 Post: 106284
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Off topic, but since you mentioned log splitters. Are you concerned about hooking up an unknown splitters lines to your lines? I'm thinking there could be a contamination problem.






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 02-19-2005, 08:29 Post: 106440
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I done some e-mailing and searching for that store and its affiliates in Ill. I got a great response but not so great a deal as JD. DKVince, I had about the same price as you in your area. It was still $155 cheaper than I can get at my farm and fleet but it is not worth the 200mile one way drive. Now if I could get it around $1100 I would be gone tomarroo.
You got a great deal JD, one I fear that will not be around for many years again. Unless they made a mistake and charged you for a 48" tiller you should of bought out the store!!!! I know of 2 guys (incuding myself that would of gave you a $150 profit! Laughing out loud
Congrats on your fine purchase!






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