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 03-06-2009, 18:25 Post: 160850
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I have found a Yanmar 40" rototiller for sale. It looks like its nice shape, some surface rust. The seller wants 700 for it. He says its about 10 yrs old. Is that price about right?






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 03-06-2009, 19:20 Post: 160851
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I think it is a little high. 450-500 about right for it unless its like new.






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 03-06-2009, 20:45 Post: 160852
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It's funny how memory fades we when go to sell something---I mean I've been told that (Oh, about 10 years). Truth is closer to 15 or 20.

40" isn't all that wide all things considered compared t new, cheap 72" one that runs about about a grand.
My gut tells me maybe $300-$350.






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 03-06-2009, 21:00 Post: 160854
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I forgot this in my original post. I wanted to run it with a mitsubishi mt372. Would it be to much for that tractor?






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 03-07-2009, 03:09 Post: 160856
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Generally speaking, if a machine is made for a particular hitch category eg., 0,1,2,3 then it SHOULD work. Somewhere I read it takes x-amount of HP per foot for certain types of equipment. Some types of equipment have different power requirements--like a flail mower, I'm told, uses 30% more power compared to the same width finish mower.

If you have doubts, mount the tiller and give it shot. If I had to guesstimate, it's 3-5 HP per foot.






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