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 03-17-2001, 00:22 Post: 25586
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Which one is better, King Kutter or Sovema?






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 03-17-2001, 16:37 Post: 25594
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I don't know which is better but I will be checking back to see what others say. I plan to buy a tiller this spring and was going to go with a King Kutter because of price and a nearby dealer. Also, I have several other KK implements and have been satisfied with them especially for the price. Where can you even buy the Sovena brand you mentioned?






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 03-18-2001, 07:27 Post: 25612
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I have distributed both lines for 10 years now. The Sovema is a well built and finished product. They build "private label" for other Big names such as MF and Kioti. In recent years, the KK gear drive tiller w/6 Knives has been a great performer at a very competitive price. I have sold over 100. My tiller of choice
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 03-18-2001, 12:58 Post: 25621
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I purchased the King Kutter 60" tiller last fall for $999, and for the money, I think it does an excellent job.






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 03-18-2001, 13:40 Post: 25622
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i bought the 60" King Kutter last spring. I have been very happy with it.






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 03-19-2001, 11:44 Post: 25652
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I got the JD tiller when I got my tractor. Most other 3pt implements have been KK. If I was going to do it over again, I would go with KK for half the price of JD. It looks as well or better built compared to the JD. All told I probably till a couple acres a season so almost any tiller can handle that.






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 03-20-2001, 17:57 Post: 25680
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This saturday I take delivery of a Kuhn EL32150 tiller. The total length from plate to plate I believe is 58". I paid $1800 with tax included. I don't think one can go wrong with Kuhn or Landpride, although a little more expensive, the quality and dependability is better. Why pay thousands for a good tractor and skimp on the implements that will ultimately perform the work?
My uncle used to say, "You only get what you pay for, and that's no darn good."






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 03-20-2001, 20:15 Post: 25682
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You get what you pay for,I agree. I'm also takeing delivery of a landpride 2570 tiller tomarrow. I give $2400 for it. I use mine enough that I replace tines every year on my 1550 I just sold.






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 03-20-2001, 20:58 Post: 25683
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Wow, Dana, I thought I used my tiller a lot, but in 5.5 years, I've never replaced a tine (although they are showing enough wear that I figure I ought to do that next year).






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 03-22-2001, 18:16 Post: 25753
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You Get what you pay for? Definately true when comparing Jap tractors to China Bombers. Getting back to Tillers, You all would be suprised to find out WHO is really making your "pricy" name brand tillers. The Italians make 75% of the tillers on the Market. JD,Landpride, MF, KIoti, NH, don't make their own tillers nor do thay make many of their implements at all. Yes Kuhn makes a good product at a premium price. Not for everyone. The King Kutter is Gear Drive, 6 Knives per flange, made in OHIO, and outweighs the competition by 20 - 50%.
We sell them w/a money back guarrantee that if it doesn't perform, bring it back no problem. have yet to take one back, in fact have sold several on referrals from end users.






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