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 05-31-2003, 00:17 Post: 56067
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I just took delivery of a Gearmore L135 rototiller. The hitch for the lower 3 point arms are much closer together than any of the other 3 point implements. Is there a standard for distance so that they are all the same and I don't have to adjust back and forth. What is the standard in inches.

The brackets are adjustable on the Gearmore so that is no problem as long as I know what the standard is. In addition they can be offset right ot left. Which way should I offset - I normally make left turns around a field.






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 05-31-2003, 10:09 Post: 56077
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They usually run about 28". The tiller is normally offset to the right just enough to cover the right rear wheel track. Would like to know what you think of the L135. It looks like a pretty good machine to me.






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 05-31-2003, 13:07 Post: 56084
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hanks all for the measurements.

I have about two hours this morning on the L135 and have no complaints
with it doing what it was supposed to do. I am in very hard soil that I
have to take the teeth of the box and scratch it up a bit the other day.
I did have to limit the depth because of the rock hardness of the soil.
Would have to make another pass if I wanted deeper (which I don't at
this time). I am driving NH T30 with HST and it does nicely. My HST
does not have a level to keep the engine running at the same speed
without foot on the petal. Would have that had I known about it.

The L135 came with the brackets for the bottom 3pt arms way to close
together. However I found that if I wanted to space them out 27" the
shaft was too close and would not slide on the PTO. After moving the top
bar and moving the brackets I got it on. Tighten the side bars up and
away I went. Checked for heat on the gear box and it was warm to the
touch but not hot.

I think I need a quick hitch of some kind for the tiller, cutter and
box. Any ideas on how I can do this and use one for all three. Cost?






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