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 01-14-2006, 15:15 Post: 122760
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Does anyone have any experience with the top and tilt from Terrain Contour Control? www.topandtilt.com/prod01.html

Have a 750JD that I need that type of luxury added to it. Checked Gearmore and they are pretty proud of their kit at $2100 and JD of course is more than that. The TCC T&T is $1,200 and has expandable joy stick control.

Thanks in advance for the help.






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 01-14-2006, 16:02 Post: 122761
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 Top and Tilt by Terrain Contour Control

I got my top and tilt cylinders and hoses from Carter and Carter Machinery.
I recommend them, the top/tilt cylinders have check valves so they don't leak off, prices were good and everything I ordered was delivered to my house within a few days.
Valves and kits also availible.






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 01-14-2006, 16:48 Post: 122763
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I may well be wrong but I seem to remember that topandtilt dot com *was* a division of carter & carter machinery.






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 01-14-2006, 18:38 Post: 122767
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Some of pictures on both the sites are identical so I think you just maybe right.

Does the joy stick have advantages of the multi lever for operation? I wouild think i does but never operated one.






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 01-14-2006, 19:15 Post: 122772
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 Top and Tilt by Terrain Contour Control

Not the same outfit, but both sell the type of equipment to put together Top-n-Tilt systems. The one to which you refer is actually Integration Engineering up in Illinois. CCM is down in Tennessee

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 01-14-2006, 19:23 Post: 122774
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Yep, that rings a bell. Thanks Greg.






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 01-14-2006, 20:28 Post: 122778
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 Top and Tilt by Terrain Contour Control

hmm--check out www.mccuan.com
You will get one users experience.
I have a TNT setup from IE, it's never been installed, and took a long tim eto get all the parts, and have never seen the promised installation guide.






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 01-14-2006, 22:13 Post: 122781
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 Top and Tilt by Terrain Contour Control

Looks weak to me.The best on the market is gannon.Been using it on all my grading tractors since the 70s and have never had a problem.If you have a problem parts arec readally available.






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 01-14-2006, 23:59 Post: 122786
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Well that really changed my mind about Terrain Contour Control.






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 01-15-2006, 07:23 Post: 122790
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YIKES!!! Now that is an endorsement.






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