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 12-30-1999, 00:00 Post: 11612
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Does anyone have any opinions on King Kutter implements?






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 12-31-1999, 00:00 Post: 11622
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 King-Kutter-implements

I have a 5 1/2 ft box blade with rippers (king kutter) I know its not the heavyest built blade you can get but It's though enogh that my 20HP tractor will not tear it up! The price was good & so is there products. that my 2 cents






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 01-01-2000, 00:00 Post: 11644
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I have a King Kutter 9 cubic ft. rear scoop. I also own a Woods rear blade
and a Woods RD6000 3 pt. finish mower. I have used the King Kutter scoop a lot
moving dirt and sand and find it to be of very good quality. I bought the Woods
implements with the tractor and think they are excellent too. The King Kutter isbuilt strong and seems to be quality to me. Good Luck, Jim






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 01-01-2000, 00:00 Post: 11648
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I am a KK distributor an have done well w/the line. We manufacture the largest selection of rotary cutters all built w/I-beam sides & reinforced top deck w/ HD tailwheel. It out weighs anything in its class. The company offers excellent parts & tech support as well as a good warranty. All of their products offer good durability at the right price. We distribute 800+ pieces of their equip. a year and have very little warranty claims Jim






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 12-19-2000, 14:53 Post: 22623
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I have a King Kutter Cultivator,middle buster, box blade, and a 5' rear blade. I have not had any trouble with the cultivator, middle buster, or box blade; however, the 5' rear blade was not up to creating an edge around my existing lawn. The center pipe that the blade rotates on bent after using it a few times. Prior to using the blade I had made numerous passes with the King Kutter cultivator. Blade was purchased at Fisco. The store King Kutter specialist was not suprised that the blade bent. Fisco did not offer to replace, repair, or give any type of credit for this blade.






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